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Interview from Last Night, plus, Some News on the “Women Tell All” & Tenley’s Ex

Nice to see Tenley’s ex-husband’s current fiancée sell her story to the tabloids and run her mouth about what a horrible person Tenley is. Gee, didn’t see that one coming at all? So she says Ryan never cheated on Tenley, she only allowed him to have sex once a week, she wouldn’t let Ryan see his family, and that Tenley never actually loved him. Uhhhh, ok. Whatever you say, Ms Sloppy Seconds. I fully expect the current fiancé of a guy getting embarrassed on TV to defend her husband. Really? We’re supposed to believe this. Look, it’s not like Tenley is on TV bashing the guy giving out sordid details of their relationship. She just says the guy cheated on her and really didn’t appreciate her. Hell, last week “US Weekly” reported that Tenley still kept in touch with the Natividad family and sent them a Christmas card even though they were going through a divorce. Now a week later, the ex-husbands new little hoochie is blasting Tenley? Sorry, it’s a bit extreme. Do I know either of them personally? No. However, I think I’ll side with Tenley on this one. Call me crazy.

And please, I’m sure I’ll be covering this in the interview tonight, but don’t let Chris Harrison fool you with his “this isn’t the last we’ve seen or heard from Ali”. I don’t know how many times I can say this, but, I will again. Ali is not returning to the show to try and win Jake back. That phone call you see next week is all producer driven, she was told to do it, and told what to say for dramatic purposes. She does not appear in St. Lucia, she is not trying to win Jake back, and she is not in the finale whatsoever as a last second surprise. She left the show on Monday, and her journey ended. If work hadn’t stepped in, she probably would’ve been the final girl. But they did, she was upset by it, but she’s moved on and all set to be the next Bachelorette. I can’t possibly be any clearer than that.

If I get any good info coming out of the “Women Tell All” taping this weekend, I’ll pass it along, but usually those shows suck. I don’t know what good dirt could come out of that outside of anything happening on the Rozlyn front. For her sake, I hope she has a good showing, but she better be prepared for what’s coming. They are gonna go after her like sharks after blood. Or like Tiger and Kobe chase white women. Or the way Kirstie Alley attacks Fatburger. You get my point. Be back soon. Hope you enjoy the listen tonight. Let’s pray this works well.

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  1. karti

    February 15, 2010 at 2:12 PM

    Not to pound the same point but somewhere along the way some people have to grasp it…
    Nowhere on the show thus far has it been mentioned that Ali works for Facebook and Ali has never stated in on air that she works for Facebook; thus far Facebook is not getting any official publicity for it.
    Regardless of when Ali began her job (or how she got it–nice misogynistic attitude, K15; I suppose every pretty girl got the job of her dreams by sleeping with the higher ups?) Most likely it is her vacation time ( 2-3 weeks) an outfit like FB would have good benefits as part of their package. Ali doesn’t have to tell her job what she is doing on her vacation (do you?) and what RS said sounds plausible: she hoped that she would not have to chose. How may of us have been in a similar situation where we hoped the consequences wouldn’t force a choice or that ‘everything would work itself out’? My God, many people here make it sound like she and FB were in cahoots together.

    I don’t believe Ali left because she thought Jake would choose Vienna over her. I think she found a job she loves (which is something very few people have) and she had to make a choice, given the 1 and 4 chance and the fact that Jake didn’t (or could not) say she would be final one, she made the best choice. (It’s always better to be the one who walks away…instead of being booted).

    However, Ali probably told Facebook where she was and what she was doing at the end of her vacation when she was given the ultimatum–hoping they would say ‘go ahead and stay”. Perhaps since that happened ABC approached FB with a deal such as Ali will be the next bachelorette and ABC and FB worked out some deal… something beneficial to both of them and Ali was most likely just the pawn. Yes, while seeking fame but probably a bit hopeful for love too ( because? when it comes down to it, regardless of the fame they all seek, everyone would like to find a little love too. It is amazing so many forget this is an extraordinary human drive behind a lot of decisions and choices. A lot people seem to thing there is some dark, devious mechanism behind Ali’s choices–it can’t be that black and white regardless how fake the show is.

  2. karti

    February 15, 2010 at 2:26 PM

    Carrythe0 :
    @fairygirl
    I already responded to yr first point bz RS also latched onto it in his new post. Regarding not being able to tell their employers what they’re doing, that may be true but if you think all the contestants honor that, well… wanna buy a bridge in London?

    Really? Well yes I do, since one American has already bought the London Bridge and brought it to the US ( at Lake Havasu AZ). It’s the London Bridge from the 1820’s and was bought in the 1960-1970’s or so. If you wait long enough you may be able to buy the next London Bridge when they pull that one down.

    Ali most likely did not tell her employer what she was doing (if it was in the contract for secrecy) and may have only told them what she was doing when given the ultimatum, hoping they would allow her to stay longer.

    But you may be correct about some contestants–Vienna is the type of contestant that would probably not honor it– but given that she is unemployed,,,it didn’t matter.

  3. Carrythe0

    February 16, 2010 at 3:55 PM

    @karti
    Not sure why I am bothering to respond in this old post, especially when I’ve already addressed these issues. Really it’s just to point out that the “bridge in London” is a well-known sarcastic retort implying gullibility, made ironic by the actual purchase of said bridge. It’s all the more ironic that it was lost on you. BTW, fairygirl can help you with some simple internet searches if you want to pin down the actual date of sale of the London Bridge.

    As I’ve already said, at least one source (New York Magazine) has reported that Ali told her boss where she was going for vacation. And finally, people have no trouble “grasping” that FB has not been mentioned on the show. Their “official” publicity does not come from the show but from internet buzz about their contestant.

  4. kathimcgraw

    February 17, 2010 at 11:24 AM

    Attention all Reality Steve fans: I am starting a campaign to get The Bonnie Hunt Show to bring RS on for a guest interview. They make fun of The Bachelor every week in their recap, pointing out how ridiculous & phony it is. I’ve already sent them an email with the request. Here is the link http://www.bonniehunt.com/show/respond/?PlugID=71
    Unfortunately, her show is getting canceled this May, so she has nothing to lose by having RS on for an expose. It would be great if we can get him on a show with a nationally televised audience!

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