March 6th, 2012 by faye
“The Bachelor” contender Courtney Robertson is infamous for having clawed her way to the last stage of the reality show, but she certainly did not gain a lot of fans among her competition, reports say.
According to the reports of Gossip Cop, finalist Courtney Robertson gained a reputation because of her cruelty and manipulation, making her this season’s villain and a target for the other women who tried to win Ben Flajnik’s heart in “The Bachelor.”
During Monday’s “Women Tell All” special of the said reality show, Blakeley Shea, another contender in “The Bachelor,” demanded an apology from Courtney Robertson for calling her a stripper on national TV.
“Courtney, I’m tying to be nice to you and you’re not even looking at me,” Blakeley demanded. “I wish you would retract all the things you said about me. You said I was a stripper on national television, and it hurt my feelings. I wanted you to say: ‘Blakeley, I really take that back … and say, I’m sorry.’”
Courtney Robertson suddenly burst into fits of tears and apologized to Blakeley Shea, saying “I’m sorry… I take it all back.”
Though Blakeley Shea specifically searched out an apology on Monday’s episode, she wasn’t the only woman who fell victim to Robertson’s hurtful putdowns this season on “The Bachelor.” When Courtney Robertson earned the opportunity to introduce 29-year-old Ben Flajnik to her family in Scottsdale, Arizona during the show’s February 20 episode, the reality star felt she had it all wrapped up. According to a source, “She didn’t see any competition from, in her words, Horsey, Fatty and the Kid” — her secret nicknames for Cox, Nicki Sterling and Kacie Bogouskie, respectively.
February 13th, 2012 by faye
Someone is clearly not very amused with the reality show of ABC called ‘The Bachelor.”
American broadcast journalist and TV personality Barbara Walters condemned “The Bachelor” during a “Reality Show Roundup” segment of her own show, “The View.” On Thursday, Barbara Walters said on her show that she thinks “The Bachelor” is “stupid.”
“I finally saw this show. It’s an ABC show. They may fire me,” Barbara Walters said after watching a clip from Monday’s episode. The said clip shows bachelor Ben Flajnik having a very awkward make-out session.
Barbara Walters went on, saying, “It’s a stupid show. All these gorgeous women are going after this guy who – well, I’m gonna say it – is less than gorgeous.”
And to express her disapproval even more, Barbara Walters pointed out, “All these women are mad about him. What am I missing?”
Fellow co-host Whoopi Goldberg answered, “You’re missing the fact that these women are just as creepy as the guy is.”