‘The Bachelor’: Why ‘Queen’ Victoria Larson Has Been Labeled as This Season’s Villian

Not a season of Am Bachelor without an accompanying villain to spit her up. We’ve had antagonist characters like Corinne Olympios, Olivia Caridi, and Jed Wyatt a few seasons ago, and this season of the show isn’t different with one character to shake things up.

Am Bachelor premiered on Jan. 4 introduced a new villain, at least according to fans. In the entrance to Victoria Larson on display she was carried on a “throne” when wearing a tiara. “I am Victoria, as the Queen,” she said in her introduction to direct Matt James. “I am looking for a king with a good heart, so I heard that this is King Matt. She then crowned James’ head and proceeded to “Queen Victoria” in an instant interview and while involving other contestants. Larson then fell on the stairs after the first interaction with James.

The contestant was shown talking to the lead several times, causing other women to raise their grievances with her to others. Fans took to social media to express their displeasure when James rewarded Larson’s behavior with a rose at the end of the segment.

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Matt James and Victoria Larson on ‘The Bachelor’ | Craig Sjodin through Getty Images

Who is Victoria Larson’s ‘Queen’?

Larson stood out among the dozens of other women on the show immediately because of her bold personality. But if you’re wondering who Larson is, the ABC the website has a bio about it that will help give context to this 27-year-old contestant.

She loves meditation and spirituality, as well as the Aperol Spritz drink and the Goldendoodle Coco. Larson’s bio says she has no “seeds” and that her love language is physically vibrant.

Larson is a psychiatrist and entrepreneur who owns a few businesses, according to the site. Her Instagram bio claims to own JetSetGlo, a business based on spray thinning, health coaching, and pilates.

How fans reacted to Larson’s behavior on display

From Larson’s immediate confidence and how she refused to play by the rules of the show by visiting James multiple times in the first program, it’s easy to compare to Olympios in Nick Viall’s season of Am Bachelor. But just as Olympios was a polarizing image, Larson seems to have caused a similar split among audiences.

“I am reminded that Victoria is not winning and is only here to create drama,” one follower was posted on Twitter, with an accompanying photo of fellow contestant Madison Prewett looking distressed.

“Preparing myself mentally for another week of Victoria,” said another fan.

Even the competitor Diggy Moreland he raised his opinion on Larson. “He could choose a lamp over Victoria and I would be fine with it,” he said.

People were pretending that reps behind Larson were getting the last rose of the night

Fans and rivals were pressured to call James Larson’s name at the rose concert, which ensured she was a contender for at least another week. People were arguing that the last rose of the night may not be James’ decision, but the representatives.

Brett Vergara, who will be hosting Am Bachelor podcast Baby Got Bach, joking: “Wait what ?! Queen Victoria got a rose? I can’t believe it was Matt’s decision and no producer got up! ”

Demi Burnett, who was on Colton Underwood ‘s season of Am Bachelor, tweet: “Congrats Victoria Got the Rising Producer Drama!”

Wait another he said on the setting: “The delegates gave Matt James the Victoria election. A bullet doesn’t live otherwise. ”

Although Larson’s connection to James did not look as strong as his own to other women, “Queen Victoria” will certainly be a name we remember this season, no matter what. as long as she stays on display.

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