January 30, 2013 12:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Ali Fedotowsky may not have found everlasting love with Roberto Martinez during her stint on The Bachelorette, but that has not stopped her from tuning in to the show. Recently, Fedotowsky shared her thoughts on Sean Lowe’s
bachelorettes drama queens on The Bachelor.
While men may be drooling over the drama queens on this season’s Bachelor with Sean Lowe, one person who is not buying into them is Ali Fedotowsky. The former Bachelorette dished in her blog about this week’s drama with Tierra, as well as whether or not she thinks Selma is being sincere. So, what does she think?
While Ali Fedotowsky can understand how emotional taking part in the show can be, thus Tierra’s antics, she is not fooled by the brunette beauty. “My only problem with the situation was the look on Tierra’s face when Sean excused himself to get the rose. She knew what she just did… once he walked away, she knew that she had convinced him to give her the rose.” Yeah, we completely agree there – too bad Sean hasn’t seen through her yet.
Who else does Fedotowsky see right through? Selma! Selma claims that because of her culture, she cannot kiss Sean, and Ali was quick to point out that: “I understand that her culture is strict (and I completely respect ALL cultures), but if she follows the strict rules of her culture, I would think she wouldn’t be allowed to go on the show.” And if that weren’t enough, Ali does not believe that Selma is there for the right reasons, as she added: “I just don’t think she is super into Sean. Or she is playing games and wants him to want her more. It’s sad because I think Sean really likes her.”
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