Explaining Viral Silver Wine Glasses on ‘The Ultimatum’

If you watched the deranged/messy reality TV show known as The ultimatum on Netflix, first of all, how are you? Uplifting you in prayer. Second, you’ve probably noticed the silver wine glasses, which are literally everywhere. Not only are these bulky cups used at the hotel where the actors first meet, but they appear in random restaurants and bars throughout the series:

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And if you were a fan of Love is blind, these bezels should look quite familiar as the designers used the same ones on this series, only in gold and not silver.

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And like, even The ultimatum the actors were alarmed by them:

Anyway, turns out, yes, this was all very intentional on the part of The ultimatum Powers in place. Talk to TODAYdesigner Chris Coelen thought “The silver goblets in The ultimatum are a tribute to the golden goblets of Love is blind. We think cups are a subtle yet fun way to tie together the elements of each show.

I mean, nothing subtle about it, but okay. And FYI, this daydream follows up on Chris’ previous statement about the gold goblets on Love is blind. Ahem: “When you turn on the show, you know it’s our show. It’s a very authentic, really true follow-up to these people’s journeys, but I like that we have that kind of connective tissue with it in a very light-hearted way, it’s fun.

Kay!!!!!!


Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has been covering pop culture for more than a decade.

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