EXCLUSIVE BLOG: Former Bachelorette Winner Says, "Ali Needs To Pull Herself Together!"
Jesse Csincsak, who was the last man standing during Deanna Pappas’ run as ABC’s The Bachelorette, offers his thoughts on current leading lady Ali Fedotowsky and week seven’s episode, in his exclusive blog with RadarOnline.com. Find out why Jesse thinks Ali is acting too insecure!
ON ALI: “After watching tonight’s show, I feel as if Ali was acting really insecure. She was kind of like a freshman high school girl being asked to the prom by the captain of the football team! She looked at Kirk and asked, ‘A year from now, are you sure I am still going be good enough for you?’ Seriously? Ali needs to PULL HERSELF TOGETHER...This is ridiculous, she is so unsure of herself, that’s a huge turnoff if you ask me. She has now shown insecurities with each of the final five guys now, and I think this is a huge red flag. She has brought them all there to find love and now she’s doubting the whole process.”
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ON THE ONE-ON-ONE DATES: “Remember when Ali goes on all of these one-on-one dates, all the other guys are in a hotel room LOSING their minds! They aren't out exploring - NOT A CHANCE - they are locked in a hotel room in front of one of three camera crews.”
ROBERTO: “I think Roberto is the FRONT RUNNER, he is Ali’s Eye Candy/Arm Doll. Ali says in every interview that she does about Roberto, that she has a large connection with him, but then she goes on to say, ‘I just hope Roberto knows how to have fun.’ I think Ali is setting herself up to have an OUT with every guy, just in case she's not sure at the end, then the editors can go back and say look, ‘Ali said ‘this’ about ‘this’ guy way back then.’ If you ask me, it is LAME!”
Frank & Ty:
”I think that Frank killed it on this two-on-one date. The second they got out of the van to meet Ali, Frank runs up to hug her and say how great she looks. TY, where were you, bro? This two-on one-date was super-produced, you can tell because all three of them were super-awkward the whole time they were sitting at that table together. Every high-rated reality TV show has three aspects: Problem, Drama, Solution. Ali obviously didn't want to have another two-on-one date this late in the game because she doesn't want to hurt any of the guy’s feelings. Ty was being set up to go home right off the get-go. The first thing Ali talked to Ty about was his divorce....NOT GOOD...Frank, you killed it buddy. I really liked it when you said, ‘I live at home with my parents.’ Who cares, man. I dig your honesty and I love that you’re following your dreams - KEEP BEING YOU AND DON'T LOOK BACK!”
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KIRK: “Well done buddy, dropping compliments left and right when you first got to see Ali was a great move! Kirk is so ready to be in love and he seems to be such a genuine guy.”
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CHRIS L: ”Dude, really? First the horse in Iceland and now the scooter? Ali even shammed your life on this thing...It’s a MO-PED for god sakes, 16 year-old girls ride them to high school. Although Chris isn't much for the outdoors or athletics, he seems to be a rad guy and I like him. Good luck on hometowns week bro...”
“NEXT WEEK, HOME TOWNS.”