The Bachelors star Yuri Nagata says filming the show is ‘mentally exhausting’

The Bachelors star Yuri Nagata says filming the show is ‘mentally exhausting’

The Bachelors star Yuri Nagata says filming the show was ‘mentally exhausting’ despite their short stint: ‘I cried a lot’

The Bachelors star Yuri Nagata has shed many tears after failing to find love on Channel 10’s dating show.

Yuri, 21, spoke openly about the emotional drain of filming the show after deciding to leave the house on Sunday’s episode.

After her exit, she told Yahoo Lifestyle the whole process was “mentally exhausting,” which made her cry hard.

The Bachelors star Yuri Nagata, 21, has opened up about the emotional toll of filming for the dating show after she decided to leave in Sunday’s episode

Yuri, one of the youngest women in the villa, finally realized that there hadn’t been any sparks with the admirer Felix von Hofe.

“You’re a great guy, but there are certain qualities I want in a man that you don’t have, so don’t give me a rose,” she told him.

Yuri often found herself lost, targeted, or bullied on the show, leaving her more homesick than she anticipated.

Following her exit, the 21-year-old told Yahoo Lifestyle the whole process was

Following her exit, the 21-year-old told Yahoo Lifestyle the whole process was “mentally exhausting,” which made her cry hard

“My self-esteem and confidence also went down a lot because I was surrounded by these older and much more beautiful and talented women,” she said.

Although Yuri left early, she said she has no regrets for the effort she put into the experience.

As a result of this unique opportunity, she gained confidence and maturity while making new friends in the process.

Although she had developed a relationship with Felix (pictured) that allowed her to feel comfortable with him, staying at the villa wasn't enough for her

Although she had developed a relationship with Felix (pictured) that allowed her to feel comfortable with him, staying at the villa wasn’t enough for her

Although she had developed a relationship with Felix that allowed her to feel comfortable with him, staying at the villa wasn’t enough for her.

She made the decision to go with him at a pool party after a group intervention that turned violent when several women spied on him for his prolific kissing.

Yuri said she doesn’t want a partner who can’t take responsibility for his actions, and that Felix’s behavior in the villa is not what she would want in a boyfriend.

She made the decision to go with him at a pool party after a group intervention that turned violent when several women spied on him for his prolific kissing

She made the decision to go with him at a pool party after a group intervention that turned violent when several women spied on him for his prolific kissing

Though she didn’t spend much time on the show, she won the respect of viewers, who praised her honesty and self-respect.

Saying this, she felt that her true journey wasn’t fully shown in every episode during the experience, which made her appreciate the fans’ support all the more.

Despite a major upset and intriguing storylines, The Bachelors has continued to struggle in the ratings.

Viewers don’t seem to be smitten with the three leads, Felix, Thomas Malucelli and Jed McIntosh, after the second episode only drew 273,000 Tube viewers.

Viewers don't appear to be keen on the three leads Thomas Malucelli, Felix Von Hofe and Jed McIntosh after the second episode only drew 273,000 Tube viewers

Viewers don’t appear to be keen on the three leads Thomas Malucelli, Felix Von Hofe and Jed McIntosh after the second episode only drew 273,000 Tube viewers