March 08, 2012 08:00 AM by Lisa Princ
This week on ABC‘s The Bachelor, it was the Women Tell All, where Courtney Robertson offered an apology the other bachelorettes. Yesterday, we heard Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum‘s thoughts on Courtney Robertson, but did the eliminated bachelorettes buy her apology? Read on to find out!
Several of The Bachelor‘s eliminated ladies spoke with People Magazine to sound off with their thoughts on Courtney Robertson and her apology after the Women Tell All special this week. Do any of them believe Courtney is being sincere?
Kacie B. weighed in with: “I hope she was being completely genuine in all that she said, but … I have a hard time believing that somebody could act that way for so long without some sort of motive and not be a mean-spirited person,” while Blakeley was unsure whether or not Courtney was sincere, but added: “I would be willing to open the door to the opportunity to see if we were compatible as friends. I would potentially like to see a friendship with her so that’s why I cared enough to want an explanation and an apology.”
Casey S. was much easier on Courtney Robertson as she explained that the other girls: “think she only has a mean side because most didn’t get to know her. That’s not true. She is a great friend and funny.”
Nicki Sterling, the most recently eliminated bachelorette was not-so-nice as she told the magazine: “I just don’t buy it. If they’re together, I don’t see it lasting. Just watching the show and seeing her actions and comments would be enough to break them up. I don’t really buy anything about her, including the apologies or the tears. I think she showed up tonight because she looks bad to the viewers, to us and to Ben.”
What do you think of the bachelorettes’ comments? Next week, Ben will make his choice on The Bachelor Season Finale. Do you think he should choose Courtney or Lindzi? Comment and share your thoughts with us below!
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