Introducing Dr. Misee Harris – Making The Bachelorette History

Meet Dr. Misee Harris who has risen to the occasion. The Tennessee-born and a Lexington, Kentucky dentist, Dr. Harris has hit the internet by storm.
 
 
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Feb. 15, 2013 - PRLog -- I have watched only one episode of The Bachelor/Bachelorette. It’s been on for 25 seasons, and despite my uncertainty toward pop culture, particularly reality shows, I have rarely thought,  “Wow! Maybe I should watch this reality show!” Many Bachelorette winners have donned on the covers of the weekly tabloids; however, they all looked similar.  There was nothing instantly unique about them. And this is coming from a woman who has spent many professional years investigating and learning most everything related to dating, relationships, marriage, and mating.

It’s not time for political correctness.  It’s time for absolute honesty.  The show has never had enough Black people, or people of color for that matter, to make audiences care, especially Black audiences. There’s been a sprinkle of Black women on the show, but the Black woman never been picked as the winner. Furthermore, there has never been a Black Bachelor or Bachelorette.  Hopefully, this will soon change.  

Meet Dr. Misee Harris who has risen to the occasion. The Tennessee-born and a Lexington, Kentucky dentist, Dr. Harris has hit the internet by storm.  She is 28 years old and considers herself a true southern belle who is a triple threat: beauty, brains, and a wonderful personality.  Dr. Harris follows the fashion sense of her fashion divas, Zoe Saldana, NeNe Leakes, and Taylor Swift.  What more could ABC’s The Bachelorette ask for?

Regardless if Dr. Harris makes the final cut, just the idea of a Black “Bachelorette” has many  men practically swooning. Let’s face it, Black women have gotten a bad deal when it comes to Bachelor/Bachelorette knock-offs, and Dr. Harris is saddened that all Black women have had in these years are the likes of Flavor Flav, Ray J, and I Love New York rejects “Chance” and “Real.” Here’s hoping the odds for the next season of The Bachelorette are in Dr. Harris’ favor because she is the new eye-candy for all men.  

Nominate Dr. Misee Harris at http://thebachelor.warnerbros.com/casting/.
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