Uhhhh ... it may have started off as a total snorefest, but can I just say, "HOLY DRAMA on The Bachelorette tonight"?!?
Damn. Ever since Andi Dorfman's season started, it's been painful to watch her dates and one-on-one time with Eric Hill, given that we all know how tragically his journey on this Earth wound up ending. And I think it's safe to say we're all so impressed with what a gem of a guy he is, especially after how real he got with Andi at the cocktail party before the rose ceremony.
You guys? When he called her out for being a "TV actress" versus a normal, real chick -- I about fell off the couch.
He hit the nail right on the head. Honestly I can't tell if Andi's crocodile tears were due to the fact that she truly felt hurt and insulted, or whether she realized that Eric is probably the only dude on the show who saw her for what she really is -- fake as hell.
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I'm sorry, as much as I want to like her, something about her rubs me the wrong way, and obviously the same was true for Eric. Have you ever noticed how she's all confident and bad ass until a dude doesn't 100 percent agree with her on something? Exactly. She gets all defensive and weird -- because she's clearly not as strong as she wants everyone to believe. Oh, and why was it ok for her to voice her true feelings to Juan Pablo, but then when Eric did the same thing, she totally freaked out? Talk about being hypocritical.
And honestly, even when she sat down with Chris Harrison to talk about Eric's sudden passing, she seemed less than genuine to me. You know, almost like she was sitting there saying what we all expect her to say for the sake of good reality TV. (Wait ... what?)
If anything, seeing Eric have the confidence to express his concerns to Andi only makes it even more difficult to accept what happened to him. As Chris Harrison said, he will be missed for sure.
Do you think Andi is being fake with the men on The Bachelorette?
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