Professional snowboarder and TV personality Jesse Csincsak is once again exclusively blogging for RadarOnline.com and giving his personal opinions on the dramas that unfold each week on The Bachelorette.
Jesse won the fourth season of the ABC dating show starring DeAnna Papas. Now he's back to weigh in on the best and the worst of Ashley Hebert's suitors after the second episode of the show's seventh season.
Read his exclusive blog below:
"As usual I am here with my inside opinions, not facts, about what I saw on last night's show. I have zero inside information about this season's show. My opinions are simply based on my experiences on the show and my thoughts on the characters portrayed. With that being said, here we go!
Last night's episode was basically an entire week of filming in Las Vegas all crunched down into 44 minutes of footage. On the one-on-one date, Ashley and the producers pushed the limits on seeing how far a guy would go for a girl. I mean come on - flipping a coin to choose the guy for the date, then a fake wedding date that made it all the way to the alter!
You would never catch me faking anything about getting married period...but the producers did do a good job because it did keep me on the edge of my seat.
Ashley did however get serious on her date with William, the 30 year-old cell phone salesman from Ohio. William told Ashley a little bit about his life, saying his dad had died because of alcoholism and Ashley was blown away because her dad is also an alcoholic. You could see the tears in her eyes as he told her the story.
Personally I think they make a cute couple but the fact that they have such a strong connection on the show so soon tells me he won't be her final guy. The Final Guy will be someone who we haven't seen a ton of on camera. William however has had a ton of camera time which tells me he's not it.
When you're on reality TV, once the show wraps, most personalities go back to their normal lives and back to the same financial situations they were in before the show. But I do believe there might be one or two exceptions of getting back to their regular lives again after this season.
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One is Jeff /The Mask. I am not sure he will ever totally give up that mask. He might want to save it for birthday parties, job interviews and the occasional date. It could make for some interesting conversation!
The other guy is our little buddy Bentley. What's funny is right now I guarantee that guy is having his house egged and his car keyed by every girl he has ever tried to drop a one liner on. They tune in every week just to see if it's possible for him to be any bigger of a tool, and, of course, every week he doesn't disappoint bringing the tool-o-meter to a new level.
What kind of person thinks so highly of themselves to say, "I would rather swim in pee than plan a wedding with her?"
Well bud, I got a little news flash for you. You won't be planning a wedding with any girl anytime soon, I promise!
Onto the big group date. As for the guys who got sent home, wow, that must have sucked.
William broke the golden rule. Guys, if you have a rose that week, stay away from the girl at the cocktail party. Let the guys without roses hang out with her or they are going to hate on you.
Next Week: Bentley will be raising the douche-o-meter yet again.
You can catch Jesse tonight on http://www.RTVZone.com at 7 pm (PT) hosting the first ever Bachelor/ette Video Recap.
Jesse will be joined by the crème de la crème of the reality world, including David Good - winner of Bachelor Pad, Natalie Getz - winner of Bachelor Pad, Chris Lambton - Bachelorette 6, Wes Hayden - Bachelorette 5, Michelle Money - Bachelor 15, Jesse Kovacs, Bachelorette 5 as well as a celebrity relationship therapist Stacy Kaiser.