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Back with another live video blog tonight (9:00PM EST/6:00PM PST), and I can promise you, it won’t be two hours again. Seems like once every ten episodes I’ll go crazy and go for 90 or 120 minutes. Not tonight though. Last week was enough. And the questions got ridiculous anyway when I didn’t have anyone screening them after about an hour and 15 minutes into the show. There are certain times when I have no problem just answering anything asked of me, but those are few and far between. Back to a “normal” show tonight – talking “Bachelorette,” feeding Maddie a frosty paw, and inevitably someone asking “Screw, Marry, Kill – Michelle Money, Emily O’Brien, or Julianne Hough?” That would be impossible to answer by the way.

Just like Sean and Arie the previous two weeks, the ABC conference call today will have Jef on it. Wonderful. Now I can get a bunch of “What do you think he means by this answer and that answer?” questions sent to me. Here’s the thing: It’s really kinda pointless to dissect what’s been happening since these guys returned from filming. Why? Because you’ll never get any definitive answer. All I care about is what happened on the night of May 10th when they filmed the final rose ceremony. Because what was filmed back then can’t be changed. All this stuff that’s happened since is just speculation. Does it make good gossip? I guess. But none of it can ever be proven 100%. This guy said this thing so it must mean this. Or that guy wrote this on Twitter so that must mean this. You’ll drive yourself crazy trying to figure it out because you’re never going to get an answer that will satisfy you. All three guys – Jef, Sean, and Arie – have done stuff since the show that might make someone think they’re the guy Emily chose. They’ve also all done stuff that make you think they weren’t chosen. And since we know Emily isn’t engaged to three guys, it seems silly to dissect everything they do. The only thing any of the three have done post show publicly that is worth noting is the picture Jef posted on Instagram from Barbados just days after the rose ceremony took place. But still, it might mean something, it might mean nothing. All speculation at this point. Unless he publicly comes out and states when, where, and why that picture was posted (which he’s never gonna do), you’re never gonna get an answer.

The Twitter thing is outta control. They’ve never let the final three tweet as much and be so public about their lives ever on this show, so there’s no explanation for it. Not to mention, have you noticed all three guys now are selling #Team shirts? Huh? Arie just joined the clan yesterday by launching this site where you can buy shirts and all the proceeds help kids with drug and alcohol addiction. Great cause and all, but what’s the point of all this happening with the shirts? Once again, something they’ve never allowed in the history of the show before, especially with the show still airing. By the way, for any of you who honestly think that the blonde in the pictures modeling the #TeamArie shirt is actually Emily, you seriously need your head examined.

Did you see the interview Ryan Bowers did with a local Georgia station that ran yesterday? You didn’t, click on this link. What’s interesting is that this interviewer did a very good job of not just asking the generic, “So what did you think of the editing” question, and actually asked specifically what the hell Ryan was referring to when he said certain things. And twice, he didn’t even answer the question. Ha ha. So bizarre. Unless of course, that answer was edited too. Do these two questions sound like he answered them? Sure didn’t to me:

Jillian; “Ok, and then this comment made lots of people upset, you said, ‘When this whole thing is done [and] I’m involved with the media back home, I’m going to say ‘Let’s do The Bachelor: Ryan,’ Did you do this show to be the Bachelor or were you looking for love?

Ryan: “I saw this very sweet, very kind, very beautiful southern girl (Emily) who would really talk about her faith and stuff, I was very interested in going to see her and meet her..that was my 100%…and when I left, the only thing that really bothered me was that maybe she didn’t understand that.”

Jillian: “But, this comment makes it seem like you were interested in being The Bachelor or The Bachelor of Augusta?

Ryan: “I was told by them (abc producers) ‘Look if this thing doesn’t work out for you, which we think it will’ which I was more interested in… ‘I don’t want to be The Bachelor you guys, I would love for this thing to work out, what an awesome story.”

Huh? Was Ryan high during this interview? Why didn’t he answer the question that was asked of him? I guess that’s Planet Ryan for you.

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34 Comments

  1. sleutherfan

    June 21, 2012 at 10:29 AM

    Not fair to promote CheaterArie t-shirts when Jef has a a #teamJef T-shirt to help build wells around the world and get clean water to places where not having clean water kills millions or make them sick on a daily basis. 100% of the proceeds from these T-shirts go to this cause.

    Twitter.com/TeamJef
    #teamjef
    http://teamjef.comily basis.

    Has Lyin’&Cheatin’Arie promised that or Sean? Sean came out w/ his t-shirt way after Jef’s business associate came up with the idea only to not look bad compared to Jef’s company’s philanthropic gesture.

  2. linds

    June 21, 2012 at 11:00 AM

    Even though I’m team Jef, I’m not reading into anything. I take pics on my IPhone all the time and then upload them to Instagram weeks later. So, he could have taken that pic long ago. I think the producers are totally downplaying he and Emily’s relationship. I remember when she was on Brad’s season thinking she and Brad had 0 deep convos and 0 chemistry. They really played up him and Chantal. So I’m wondering if that’s what they are doing with Arie to throw everyone off. Guess we’ll find out soon.

  3. liz123

    June 21, 2012 at 12:11 PM

    I feel extremely sorry for the stepchildren of the lady who wrote in saying Emily is selfish for thinking a man should see Ricki as an extra blessing & not as baggage. I think there are a lot of step-parents who feel the same way she does & I think that’s why blended families fail at an alarming rate. If that’s how you feel about your partner’s children, you should not marry them IMO b/c it is destined to end in divorce. Raising children is hard; can you imagine how much harder it would be when you start off your entry into said children’s lives already viewing them as baggage?! They should be viewed as a bonus, not something you just have to put up with!! So very sad for those children. I think that’s why Emily is looking for something more for Ricki.

  4. amused

    June 21, 2012 at 12:39 PM

    I don’t understand why RS thinks that Ryan didn’t answer the questions he was asked. I didn’t read the interview, but the answers to the two questions he posted in today’s column make perfect sense to me. First he basically states that we was there for the right reasons, and then when asked specifically about the statement he made, he tries to explain that the producers tricked him into saying it, by asking him if he would like to be the Bachelor. That is exactly what RS says usually happens when the producers try to get a controversial statement out of someone. Just my two cents.

  5. JovisMom

    June 21, 2012 at 12:42 PM

    @ liz123 – IMO the only ppl who feel they way you do are ppl that have kids. I dated a guy for 5 yrs he had 2 boys, I have no kids. So to me it was something that I had to accept and change my lifestyle for to accomidate someone else, Before meeting him I could come and go as I please, have a few too many to drink when I so chose, have friends over, watch “adult” tv shows (no not porn) etc. So I totally understand what the emailer was getting at. I choose to be in a relationship with him, I did not think his kids were “blessings” but I didn’t think of them as “baggage”. He was grateful for me being in his and their life (I am awesome at science projects and different school projects and him and the kids mom weren’t so great at) We broke up for numerious reason but it had nothing to do with the kids or my feelings towards his kids. I loved them and do miss them time to time. I am dating someone new now (well it will be a year next week) and he does not have kids and would not date someone who did, he wants his own. Him and I actually talked about the whole Ricki and baggae comment and he completely agrees with me. I have friends who have kids who know that it can be a burden on something who does not have kids to get into a relationship with someone who does. I think what the emailer was saying is that Emily needs to realize that not everyone is going to feel they way she does about children and there is nothing wrong with that. She just needs to get off her high horse.

  6. nora j

    June 21, 2012 at 12:48 PM

    Well since we don’t know 100% who she picks the only thing we have right now is the interviews to get clues from. I remember from Jillian’s season he didn’t know the ending and I went through all of the interviews and I felt 99.9% sure after reading them that she picked Ed…which is what happened.

    Anyway I wish RS would get that 100% answer soon.

    And with Emily and Brad by the time it was down to 6 girls or whatever it was obvious he was going to pick Emily so I don’t think they played it down. yes in the beginning it seemed he picked Chantal cuz of their chemistry and RS’s false results but I would say by the time it got down to 5-6 guys I could sense Brad wasn’t into Chantal anymore. I’m still confused about Emily though…can’t tell which of the three she will pick.

    I like Jef but I cringe when they’re together. Jef prob would be better off dating Ricki cuz he looks more her age. Emily looks and acts way too old for him. She’s even borderline seeming too old for Arie. She seems the best fit with Sean even though I’d rather her end up with Arie.

  7. nora j

    June 21, 2012 at 1:11 PM

    yeah I mean Kalon is right, it’s not like it’s most people’s first choice to marry someone with kids…although Kalon was a little too honest about it and if he really wanted to be with Emily he wouldn’t have said the things he said.

    I think if you’re really in love with someone you that makes it easier to love and accept their kids…but Emily can’t expect this to be easy for everyone. I mean everyone that wants to date her should be open minded about it but she can’t assume everyone is an a$$hole if it crosses their mind that Ricki is baggage.

  8. JovisMom

    June 21, 2012 at 1:25 PM

    This sounds terrible but a postive point (can’t think of the right word here) of Emily/Ricki situation is that the father is passed (very sad). It seems it might be easier for someone stepping into a step parent role if the father/mother isn’t around. My ex’s kids’ mom was a little tough to take at times.

  9. liz123

    June 21, 2012 at 1:29 PM

    @JovisMom, as I said, I know there are a lot of people that feel that way about dating someone with children. I’m not saying anyone is abnormal to feel that way. My point was that Emily is not on a “high horse” for requiring someone to feel like Ricki is a blessing in order to consider them marriage material. I applaud her for saying “If that’s how you feel about my daughter, see ya bye. I don’t wanna even date you”. IMO, a parent should never marry someone who sees their kids as baggage!

    Also, I think you’re very wrong that the only people who see it the way I do are people who already have kids. The reason my opinion is so strong about this topic is b/c my stepdad married my mom when I was a toddler. He had no kids of his own. He has said to this day (32 years after the fact) that as much as he always loved my mom, he probably wouldn’t have settled down & married were it not for me. He *wanted* to be my dad. I was definitely a blessing & a bonus to him & he raised & loved me just like he did my sister who was born 4 years later & was biologically his. I’m glad my mom held out for a man that would love BOTH of us the way we deserved! Every child deserves that!!

  10. bigfatwoman

    June 21, 2012 at 1:33 PM

    I am going to have to agree that Emily sees herself as Gift #1 and Ricki is Gift #2 and any man who is privileged enough to be with them, will be very lucky.

    She needs to understand that her situation is not for every man, but that doesn’t make them a bad man — just not the man for her.

    She appears to be very judgmental of anyone who doesn’t see that Ricki is an enormous gift — and there are a lot of good single men her age who are not interested in raising a child that is not their own when they have a choice of many other women who have no kids.

  11. Cyndi

    June 21, 2012 at 1:41 PM

    Very well said @bigfat

  12. cindersmom

    June 21, 2012 at 2:22 PM

    This is a quick comment on the e-mail to Dr. Reality Steve (last page) that begins: “I started talking to this guy 2 and a half months ago through an online dating website. (Don’t laugh.) We talk on the phone, text, and Skype constantly. He’s perfect in every way…almost. He has bad social anxiety.” Steve’s answer was well thought-out, but I think he missed the boat. My gut feeling (because he gets ‘scared’ every time they plan to meet, so they haven’t met in person yet) is that the guy is most likely married. People can be anything on a social dating site. If I were the poster of this letter, I’d bail … quickly.

  13. amanda876

    June 21, 2012 at 2:37 PM

    Chris looks like Gary Sinise.

  14. iheartvino

    June 21, 2012 at 2:41 PM

    I don’t have any kids of my own yet but I am the stepmom to two awesome teenage girls that live with my husband and I and I definitely consider them blessings. I would never, ever, think of them as “baggage” but that’s just me. However, I do get what Kalon was trying to say and agree with RS that he just used the poorest choice of words.

    Don’t get me wrong, being a step parent isn’t always all fun and games and my husband’s and my life revolve around the girls needs and schedules, but I knew that’s what I signed up for when I married him and I wouldn’t change a thing. It also makes it easier that their mom and I get along really well. :)

  15. whateva

    June 21, 2012 at 2:51 PM

    I don’t know what RS was listening to in regards to Ryan’s interview but I felt he answered the questions thoroughly. He clearly indicated that the producers was talking with him about the possibility of being the bachelor if the bachelorette thing didn’t work out but that wasn’t his focus he was interested in seeing if he could fine love on the bachelorette. If you didn’t get that RS, perhaps you’re high on something (like your own inflated ego) or you just SIMPLY want to hate. We all know that if RS is not the one doing the talking he’s not listening (Boy, how he loves to hear himself talk!) I listened to the interview and felt that Ryan answered the questions fully, without side stepping. He also shed some light on the bad editing job where they cut/spliced information regarding a discussion on his faith into a discussion on/with Emily to make it seem like he was talking about her. We are well aware of the producer’s tactics to make people villains and we aren’t buying it. Their voice-over tricks are not working on the masses. One that was so obvious was when Ryan was leaving and he hugged Emily to say goodbye. They cut in a VO to make it seems he was telling her, in that moment, that she was making the wrong choice — we all know that it was from the earlier conversation at the table. I don’t know about most women, but I personally like a confident man! So I don’t have a problem with Ryan. Stop the hate and just give us the spoilers / facts, please!

  16. lilstarrgazr

    June 21, 2012 at 3:26 PM

    I understand where Emily is coming from, sort of. My stepmother has told my brother and I that she “didn’t sign up for this” when my brother or I have needs that take up our fathers time. It hurts, because she married my dad knowing he had two kids in college. Knowing she’s said that, it makes it hard to have a good relationship with her. She wanted my dad, but not us. And really, it’s the kid(s) who didn’t sign up for step parents, but the step parent had a choice. Kalon didn’t want to be a step father. He could’ve been more tactful, but at least he didn’t sign up for it.

  17. iheartvino

    June 21, 2012 at 3:46 PM

    @lilstarrgazr, ouch, I’m so sorry you and your brother were told that by your stepmother. I couldn’t imagine ever saying that to one of my stepdaughters, and I would have been hurt too if my stepmom had ever told me that when I was younger. Step parenting isn’t for everyone, that’s for sure. I had a friend who was in a serious relationship with a guy who had a younger child. She wanted to travel the world and be able to change her plans on a whim whenever she wanted, and she realized they wanted different things and so she broke things off.

  18. katieny1974

    June 21, 2012 at 3:48 PM

    This is for the chic who posted about about her social anxiety-ridden internet flame. Advice is what you ask for when you know the answer but wish you didn’t. It’s obvious this guy is coming from one of two situations: 1) He’s married or has a live-in girlfriend, and he’s just having fun with you; or 2) He’s a member of the “little man’s” club . . . if you catch my drift. Though most likely it’s situation #1, if not both. Why mess with somebody who you have issues with right from the beginning? Bleh. Kick ’em to the curb, sweetie. He’s not worth your time. 😉
    PS: Team Arie all the way to TFR…

  19. doubleemmartin

    June 21, 2012 at 5:52 PM

    The first reader email is just really sad.

    “Emily, no one is going to thank you for having knocked yourself up as an unwed teen, now searching for someone to support another man’s child.”

    I didn’t realize people could “knock themselves up,” unless medical technology now allows for asexual reproduction.

    Secondly, millions of people become parents without being married. Marriage is not a prerequisite to be a successful parent. Emily made a choice to become a parent when she did, and it’s fairly evident that choice has worked out very well for her due to her love of motherhood and her financial privileges; but nice of you to shame her for that choice anyway.

    Bottom line: Emily’s not hurting anyone. She’s not imposing her views on anyone else. She’s simply not willing to compromise out of some ridiculous idea that she has to beg and plead a guy to be a father figure for her child. That’s awesome.

    “And the worst part is that everyone acts like this is acceptable, some “momma bear” bullsh*t.”

    How is it not acceptable for someone to set a standard for what he or she seeks in a partner? Emily’s standard is that she wants a partner who is ready, willing and able to welcome being a father figure to her daughter. There is absolutely nothing unacceptable about that; she does not need to lower her standards just because you, personally, find it offensive — even though it doesn’t impact you or your life at all.

    Emily obviously has very specific things she is looking for in a partner. Frankly, that’s a good thing — and will serve her and her daughter far better than having standards that are not high enough.

    “If my husband died and I wanted a new baby daddy for my little ones, I should be the grateful one that someone would be willing to take on such a responsibility.”

    This is the part that makes me sad. You can, and should, expect better than to simply be grateful that someone would deign to be a stepfather for your child. Yes, it’s a huge responsibility — but you and your child deserve better than to feel like the best you could do would be to be grateful that “someone” would want to take it on.

    And yes, I know exactly of what I speak.

    “She should be thanking them, not expecting them to kiss her ass.”

    Thanking them for what? What have they done for her?

  20. ccway

    June 21, 2012 at 7:24 PM

    To the poster saying she’d be the grateful one for taking here and her kids on….wow, that makes my heart break. How little you think about you and your kids. If a person does not see it as a blessing to marry a single patent then that person has no business doing it. There are plenty of people who won’t date or marry anyone who already has kids and that’s understandable. But in Kalons case, he put himself into the situation. As a parent, if someone refers you your child as baggage you run and run fast.

  21. kasey31

    June 22, 2012 at 12:49 AM

    omg that email about how pissed off they were that steve fed his dog?!?!? i think it was a joke… i hope it was a joke?

  22. kunderwood33

    June 22, 2012 at 8:01 AM

    I’m the one with the social anxiety guy… ha. UPDATE! I actually did meet him and I went over his house… he doesn’t live with a woman and he isn’t married. I think Steve was right though. A little too much like Doug! He was shaking, he was so nervous. How could I have a *real* relationship with someone like that?

    cindersmom – He isn’t married….but I’m thinking I should bail anyways.

    katieny1974 – I think he’s a member of that club you were talking about…..

  23. liz123

    June 22, 2012 at 8:32 AM

    @doubleemmartin, right on! I totally agree with everything you said. And you said it so well. The person who wrote that email about Emily being the “grateful one” seems to have low self-esteem & have very low standards for her children (or future children) if she doesn’t feel that she & her children deserve the same standards Emily is setting for herself & her daughter. Someone who expects their children to be loved & cherished by their future mate, isn’t a diva and doesn’t necessarily think they are better than anyone else; they simply have reasonable expectations for the kind of love they & their children deserve. If one settles for a mate who is just “dealing with” your children b/c they have to in order to be with you, it is going to be a very tough relationship for all involved the parent, the step-parent, & the children & is likely to fail in the end.

  24. kasey31

    June 22, 2012 at 8:54 AM

    i used to think that emily was fooling herself when she thought that most men would see ricki as a “gift” bc i know a lot of men that are reluctant to date someone with a child.. but ive since changed my mind.

    there are some things in relationships u can compromise on, ur kids are not one of those things. this is her show and she is making the rules, if she wants (rightfully so) to meet a man who sees ricki has a bonus, then good for her. she shouldnt settle for anything less than what she WANTS. will all men agree with her and want to step into the role of an immediate father? no. but then again, this isnt a typical dating situation, and they shouldnt have come onto the show if thats how they felt…i agree that it doesnt make all men bad, just some are more ready than others.. but emily needs to do whats right for her and ricki.. she doesnt need to convince anyone that they should want to be a step-dad..

  25. hurricaneemily

    June 22, 2012 at 8:04 PM

    @doubleemmartin – very well put.

    I agree with everything you said. It’s hard to follow it up but I do have something to say about it.

    I am dating a man with a 10-year-old son. This kid is the greatest kid ever and I love him to pieces. I don’t have any kids of my own and won’t but if I were ever going to have a kid of my own blood and got to choose which kid in the world was gonna be mine, it’d be him.

    But counting a child as a blessing kind of depends on the kid, doesn’t it? I mean if your significant other’s kid is a nightmare, are you really in your heart of hearts going to think of the kid as a blessing? You might say so to your partner’s face but you would be making a greater sacrifice to care for a poorly-behaved child than a well-behaved child.

    But regardless of whether you love your partner’s kid(s), there is an added responsibility that goes along with being a stepparent. There is a sacrifice of time and energy that has to be made to care for the child or allow your partner time to care for their child.

    The question is whether you view that sacrifice as worth it to be with your partner and be a part of that child’s life. If you have a great partner and a great stepkid, chances are you’ll think it’s worth it and feel lucky to have both of them in your life even though it is an extra responsibility.

    If you have a great partner and a bratty kid, you’re probably not going to be as happy, the sacrifice will be greater, but you may still view yourself as lucky because you love your partner. But it’s not quite the same as the first scenario.

    But anyone who generally finds children to be a hindrance, shouldn’t go after a partner with kids. Everyone will be unhappy all around. You may love your partner but be resentful because you have to deal with their kids and your partner will likely feel rejected because their children are a part of them.

    For the guys on the show, they knew going in they were signing up to be a dad. If Kalon had a good moral compass, he wouldn’t have gone on the show knowing he wanted his first kid to be his. But I don’t care what he said about Ricki. Before that even came up, he was a TOTAL D-Bag. The minute he arrived at the premiere, even without the helicopter, he struck he as a self-absorbed a-hole.

    And people keep talking about him referring to Ricki as baggage. Well, that never aired. The guys said he said that but we never got to see it. What did air was him saying in a very resentful tone, “It’s always going to be a 2-on-1 date with Emily. You, Emily, and Ricki.”

    There’s no defense for that comment nor the tone in which it was issued. To me, that is worse than calling Ricki baggage and he was acting like a self-absorbed, petulant child. Actually, I don’t think he was acting.

  26. ldlr9333

    June 23, 2012 at 9:49 AM

    Fact: Emily had unprotected sex as an unmarried teenager and of course, became pregnant. My point is that all this sanctimonious attitude of hers is pompous and selfish. If her family and her boyfriends’ family had not backed her financially she would be more in-touch with the reality of a single mom working eight hour days and having to pay for an apartment, daycare, putting food on the table and paying for Doctors and Dentist visits, clothes, school supplies and vacations. She does not work and has a spacious house and a nice car. A child is a blessing, yes but to Emily It has been a blessing and more. Having a child as a teenager brought her prosperity and a life of leisure funded by her and her boyfriends’ family.

  27. iheartvino

    June 23, 2012 at 11:38 AM

    @doubleemmartin & @hurricane emily- both excellent posts. My stepdaughters are a huge part of my world and I wouldn’t want to have it any other way. It is a responsibility, but also very rewarding and fun at the same time.

  28. montrealaise

    June 23, 2012 at 5:44 PM

    kunderwood33 said: “I’m the one with the social anxiety guy… ha. UPDATE! I actually did meet him and I went over his house”.

    I cringed when I read that – going to a stranger’s house can be very dangerous. Even if you thought you knew him because you have been communicating with him over the internet for some time, the truth is that anyone can pretend to be whatever they want others to believe over the internet. Someone who comes across as the nicest, sweetest guy can actually be a psychopatic predator.

    Please, for your own sake, be more careful in the future.

  29. scrantonicity

    June 23, 2012 at 6:39 PM

    liz and all–
    all of this talk of Ricki being baggage or not presumes something that just isn’t the case with the Bachelorette–that these people know each other or Ricki well at all. The word “baggage” is rather harsh, but to be honest, an unknown child to a “bachelor” guy would seem that way. IF he were being honest. He barely knows Emily, let alone Ricki. This whirlwind romance stuff just doesn’t allow to get close to the child like that. In a “normal” dating to marriage scenario, I’d completely agree with liz. Don’t marry if you see the child only as baggage. But all this talk presumes that kind of relationship–an underlying romantic relationship that is NOT shallow– very unlike what the Bachelorette show is putting out there. But to act like there are no challenges walking into a situation with a child or children that are not your own is just not accurate to me. And I’m a mom of 3. Maybe it’s really just the term “baggage” that is ruffling feathers?

  30. rsanon

    June 24, 2012 at 6:23 PM

    I had my father’s wife tell me it’s not HER job to remember HIS kids birthdays. Which is true. . . But seriously? There are only 2 of us. You’d think they could both remember.

  31. kunderwood33

    June 25, 2012 at 8:45 AM

    montrealaise – umm, I think you took my comment the wrong way. I didn’t just show up at his house or anything. I *am* very careful.

  32. stmonaco2

    June 25, 2012 at 10:23 PM

    I am very shocked and honestly very frustrated that women are actually on here agreeing that step children are baggage. I am sorry but I have biological children and step children, let me tell you women out there that NO CHILD is ever to be considered baggage! I agree completely 100% with Emily in regards to her daughter. Her and her daughter are a team and any man that does fall in love with a woman that has a child is indeed blessed. If the man in my life didn’t accept my children as his own he wouldn’t be in my life. Maybe you women out there that fell that way shouldn’t be having children. You don’t have the heart for it frankly.

  33. bevbhart

    June 26, 2012 at 4:08 AM

    I married a man that had no children and I had a son. We were happily married for 23 years until he died. It is easier to marry with a child, if they already don’t have children of their own. Most of the fighting is done about your kid my kid. So Emily is better off marrying a guy who has no kids and that is what she has left.

  34. sabrina

    June 27, 2012 at 12:41 PM

    I don’t think Emily chooses anyone! If she does “PUBLICITY STUNT”. She has already said she doesn’t care to find love, she wants to be famous ONLY! So any poor bastard looking to love is SOOL!

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