Whether you love her, hate her, or love to hate her, you're still going to want to get your hands on Bachelor star Courtney Robertson's new tell-all book. Yes! It's finally happening! Why didn't they think of this sooner? This is the best day of my life.
So while her ex-fiance Ben Flajnik is bringing in some extra cash by selling his time to strangers on the Internet, Courtney's busy working with HarperCollins Publishers. Talk about winning.
Now what will this juicy tell-all reveal exactly? Well, the title says it all:
According to reports, the book will be titled I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain and OH MY GOD. I think I just died and went to heaven. The juice! The dirt! It's all right there in the title. I have SO many questions that have gone unanswered. I mean, what really happened with her and Ben? How much of the show is actually real? How the hell do you get engaged after two months? Well, it sounds like we might get answers to those questions, because Court promises to hold nothing back.
I did not have a fairytale ending. The girls hated me, my modeling career was destroyed and Ben and I had a tumultuous 11-month relationship that ultimately imploded. [But] there are two sides to every story. I think fans of the show are going to love it, it's totally juicy and hilarious.
Well, it's about time! Sure, she fed into the role of the villain but I think we're about to see a whole new side of Courtney. But Ben? You might want to go into hiding right about now. You didn't exactly have the nicest things to say about your former fiance after the split. And karma's a bitch.
Oh, and just in case you forgot just how hated Courtney really was, take a look at this video below to refresh your memory. Warning: this song will be stuck in your head ALL day long:
Are you looking forward to Courtney's book?
I create a special savings account
I put a little away at a time
I cut corners until I can afford it
Save? Who has money to save?
I plan to put it on my credit card and love the benefits of the reward program