It was a no-holds barred “The Bachelor: Women Tell All” when 16 ousted bachelorettes returned to sharpen their claws on Courtney Robertson, the woman that we love to hate for her outrageous machinations to “win” Ben Flajnik.
Throughout this season of “The Bachelor,” Courtney Robertson has dissed and dismissed every one of the other women competing for Ben Flanjik’s affections. Tonight, karma comes full circle as the manipulative model goes faces to face with this season’s ousted bachelorettes on the “Women Tell All” special.
XfinityTV.com had a ringside seat for the filming of Monday night’s upcoming controversial and catty “The Bachelor: Women Tell All” special with 16 of the women who had hoped to win Ben Flajnik’s heart on hand, as well as a “Bachelor” first with Courtney Robertson put in the hot seat. Never before has a woman […]
And then there were two. After jetsetting to Switzerland and partaking in some “fantasy suite” time with his three remaining bachelorettes (Nicki, Lindzi and Courtney), Ben narrowed the field to two potential mates on last night’s episode of “The Bachelor.”
Courtney Robertson is planning to tell Ben Flanjik she loves him in a very psycho special way. In a preview of tonight’s episode of “The Bachelor,” Courtney takes Ben to her dream wedding location in her hometown of Arizona, and actually suggests that they exchange vows.
Watching Ellen DeGeneres imitate the boozy women competing for Ben Flanjik’s affection on “The Bachelor” is one thing. But seeing her do it in a bright, multi-colored frock with giant diamond accessories makes this clip from Thursday’s episode of “Ellen” absolutely priceless.
Barbara Walters thinks “The Bachelor” is “a stupid show.” During a reality show round-up segment on Thursday’s episode of “The View,” Walters admit that she finally sat down to watch the ABC dating series on Monday night, and it left her feeling confused.
She might be “Winning!” Ben Flajnik’s affections on the “Bachelor,” but mean girl Courtney Robertson is definitely not winning any points with talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
Last night, the big news was about President Obama‘s third State of the Union address. And while the address had the usual content: why this country is great, what our problems are, what the president has accomplished, what his roadblocks were, etc., the big moment was the appearance of Gabrielle Giffords on the House floor. […]
Shawntel Newton will forever be known as the cute chick who embalms the dead for a living, but after last Monday’s “suicide mission for love” on “The Bachelor,” she’ll also be remembered as the girl who survived the Mean Girls on Ben Flajnik’s season.