We Miss 'Bachelorette' Villain Chad Johnson So Much We Made a Musical About It


It's a bleak time on The Bachelorette.

Not even a trip to beautiful Buenos Aires, Argentina, could help us cope with the underwhelming first week without the show's villain, Chad Johnson, but in our ongoing YouTube series, Roses and Rose, ET's own Lauren Zima breaks down how truly upsetting life after Chad has proven to be.

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Moreover, watching Derek shed tears to the musical hit, "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina," made us all the more emotional about last week's douche-parture, to the point where Zima was inspired to make "Chad: The Musical" on Snapchat, featuring an homage to such classic productions as Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Wicked, and of course, Rent.

You can check it out, learn the words, and sing along below. We're in this together, people.

Oh, also subscribe to our YouTube channel, where we'll probably be commiserating about The Bachelorette for the rest of this Chad-less season.