Bachelor fans spot a bizarre detail in Juliette's house

'She's the only one with a normal house!' Bachelor fans spot a bizarre detail in Juliette's house leading to suspicions that the women stayed in Airbnbs during lockdown

By Jo Scrimshire For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:25 BST, 4 September 2020 | Updated: 01:25 BST, 4 September 2020

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Fans of The Bachelor suspect that many of the women on the show have been staying in Airbnbs during the show's lockdown episodes.

On Thursday's episode, the cast all filmed remotely from their homes due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Viewers noticed that Juliette Herrera's small apartment looked far more modest than many of the other women's homes, despite that the fact that she's a successful stylist and the oldest cast member.

Suspicion: Fans of The Bachelor suspect that many of the women on the show have been staying in Airbnbs during the show's lockdown episodes. (Pictured: Roxi Kenny)

Suspicion: Fans of The Bachelor suspect that many of the women on the show have been staying in Airbnbs during the show's lockdown episodes. (Pictured: Roxi Kenny)

The 34-year-old's humble home was a far cry from the spacious, beautiful houses that many of the other women were filming in.

This led some viewers to suspect that many of the women may have rented Airbnbs.

'Juliette is the only person who seems to have a normal house,' tweeted one viewer.

'They must all have been in Airbnbs in Sydney as they may not have been able to return to Sydney so easily a few weeks later,' added another.

Modest: Viewers noticed that Juliette Herrera's (pictured) small apartment looked far more modest than many of the other women's homes

Modest: Viewers noticed that Juliette Herrera's (pictured) small apartment looked far more modest than many of the other women's homes

'Juliette is the only person who seems to have a normal house,' tweeted one viewer

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