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Trishelle Cannatella to Enroll in Unconscious Bias Classes Following The Traitors Season 2 Backlash

Trishelle Cannatella, after winning season 2 of “The Traitors” and facing significant backlash and threats on social media, has acknowledged the need for personal growth and announced her decision to take unconscious bias classes. Her participation in the show stirred controversy, particularly regarding her actions towards Peppermint, the show’s lone trans contestant, which has led to a broader discussion on unconscious bias and the importance of education in addressing it.

Trishelle Cannatella, after facing backlash and threats on social media post her win on season 2 of “The Traitors,” plans to take unconscious bias classes to better herself following criticism, including her controversial decision to target the show’s lone trans contestant for banishment.

Oh boy, Trishelle Cannatella’s journey since snagging the win on season 2 of *The Traitors* has been nothing short of a roller coaster. And not the fun kind. More like the kind that makes you question your choices halfway through. She’s 44, by the way. Just thought you’d like to know.

She and Chris “CT” Tamburello split a cool $208,100 grand prize. But it wasn’t all confetti and champagne. Nope. Trishelle faced a storm on social media. Threats, backlash, you name it. She spilled the beans to Dan Gheesling on his podcast. It’s wild, really.

But here’s the kicker. Trishelle’s taking it all in stride. Saw some nasty comments and went, “Hmm, maybe I’ve got some learning to do.” So, she’s hitting up unconscious bias classes. Yep, she announced it on *Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen*. Andy’s 55, by the way. Random, I know.

Sidebar – have you seen the dream cast list for *The Traitors* season 3? Us Weekly’s got some ideas, and they’re ditching the idea of inviting regular Joes. It’s all celebs, all the time. Makes you wonder, right?

Back to Trishelle. Unconscious bias training is all about recognizing those snap judgments we make. You know, the ones based on race, gender identity, age, and all that jazz. It’s important stuff.

Oh, and there was drama. Trishelle caught some heat for targeting Peppermint, the show’s lone trans contestant, for the first banishment. Peppermint’s 44, by the way. She had some thoughts on that during the reunion show.

Trishelle’s always been an ally to the LGBTQIA+ community. But this time, she admits she was too caught up in the game. She felt bad about voting Peppermint out, especially since Peppermint wanted to use the show as a platform to educate people about the transgender community.

Then there’s the endgame drama. Trishelle and CT, who’s 43, stayed in “game mode” and chose to banish Mercedes “MJ” Javid instead of sharing the prize. CT reckons it shows the difference in how reality gamers and Bravo contestants play the game. Trishelle gets why MJ was upset but doesn’t think the personal attacks were called for.

So, there you have it. A tale of reality TV, learning from mistakes, and a whole lot of drama. Makes you think, doesn’t it?

Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia is a writer for CelebsAges. She enjoys writing about the most recent Entertainment news and trends. Kelly graduated from Rowan University, with a degree in creative writing. She loves to write, enjoys traveling, and to spend time with her friends.
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