Jake and Vienna’s shocking showdown has sparked a passionate reaction from one of the women who was originally battling for Pavelka’s heart.
Former contestant Elizabeth Kitt pledged her support to her reality TV rival after watching the ugly war of words that aired during the second half ABC’s The Bachelorette on Monday.
“I think Vienna did a good job. I think Jake seemed unsupportive of her, and put her down a lot,” wrote Kitt on her Facebook page on Tuesday. “He seems very selfish, and my heart goes out to Vienna on this one.”
The much-anticipated reunion was the first time Pavelka and Girardi had faced-off since their ugly split. Things were anything but amicable between the pair and ended with Vienna running out in tears.
“I got the creeps watching that exchange...his temper and her immaturity were not a good mix,” reflected Kitt on the social networking site. ”But she has a chance to grow out of that stage, and it seems like his issues are much deeper and will be around for a long, long time...”
Kitt, who was booted off The Bachelor on the third episode of the show, went on to talk about her own experiences with Jake. “I got a lot of crap for not kissing, Jake, but I'm very happy with my decision. =) Jake needs a 1930's wife who will give him all the "support" he needs. Not a strong, independent woman with a mind of her own!”
The bubbly blonde will take her second stab at reality TV fame when she appears on ABC’s upcoming spin-off, The Bachelor Pad.
Kitt isn’t the first Bachelor cast off to join Team Vienna. Corrie Adamson – the Florida virgin who famously said she was “saving herself for marriage” – bashed Pavelka in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com. “Jake’s a weirdo,” she said. “I’m on Team Vienna. I think she’ll come out on top of all this.”