Bachelor Pad: Weatherman Calls Elizabeth “Demonic” & Gia Thinks Seeing Wes Again Will Be “Nerve-wracking”
August 25, 2010 12:00 PM by Nancy Floyd
Jonathan Novack (aka The Weatherman) and Gia Allemand were the latest contestants eliminated fromÂ The Bachelor Pad onÂ ABC and they both have plenty to say about their competition. Jonathan doesn’t understand why he was eliminated but blames Elizabeth Kitt’s “demonic” ways, while Gia’s nervous about seeing Wes again at the reunion. Keep reading for more details…
The most recent challengeÂ onÂ ABC‘sÂ The Bachelor Pad resulted in the elimination of Jonathan Novack (aka The Weatherman) and swimsuit model Gia Allemand. Gia worries that her departure can be linked to her lack of participation in this week’s kissing contest, but she’s grateful that she stuck to her guns and backed out of the competition (especially since she had a boyfriend at home).Â ”I took away a shot at winning the rose — that was huge,” Gia said. “But I had to do what was right for my boyfriend back home and what was right in my mind. Kissing people down the line was not right for me to do.”
Although she’s happy with her decision to opt out of the group make-out session, Gia does regret getting so cozy with fellow contestant, Wes Hayden.Â ”I feel bad that I got close to another guy on the show — even though I didn’t cheat,” she said.Â ”My boyfriend handled everything with such class.” She plays coy about whether or not she and her boyfriend are still together, adding,Â ”I’m going to wait until the finale to tell everyone what’s up.”
Don’t get too excited that Gia’s silence on the subject means she might have gotten together with Wes in real life. She admits they haven’t spoken since she left The Bachelor Pad. “We’re going to see each other at the finale,” she tells Us Weekly. “Thatâ€™s a little nerve-wracking.”
As for Jonathan/The Weatherman, he says he’s not “100 percent sure” why he was eliminated.”There were definitely girls that would have benefited and given themselves more longevity in the game by keeping me around,” he said. “I donâ€™t know who voted for me in the end. Certain people voted for me to go home — and that was the completely wrong choice.”
Although he missed out on the opportunity to win $250,000, he definitely won’t miss sharing a room with fellow contestant, Elizabeth Kitt.”I didn’t consider her a contestant,” Jonathan says.Â ”I consider contestants to be of a human form, not of a demonic form. Everybody else was cool. If I don’t have respect for somebody, they can say whatever they want about me and it doesn’t phase me.”
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