Another reality show contestant has received a book deal. This time it is Courtney Robertson, who some fans may remember from season 16 of "The Bachelor." She competed for the heart of Ben Flajnik and won. However, the relationship did not last. According to a Sept. 29 report by Us Weekly magazine, HarpersCollins Publishers plans on releasing her memoir.
As a reminder, Courtney Robertson was the contestant who couldn't resist calling the other girls names such as "fatty" and "horsey." She quickly became known as the villain on the show and a bully in general.
Her memoir is titled "I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of Reality Show Villain." She says,
"Going on The Bachelor was the most amazing opportunity I've ever had but I did not have a fairy tale ending!"
"The girls hated me, my modeling career was destroyed and Ben and I had a tumultuous 11-month relationship that ultimately imploded. There are two sides to every story."
The 30-year-old says that there are a lot of misconceptions about her that she wants to clear up. However, she also says that the memoir is going to be "juicy."
So, what do fans of "The Bachelor" think about Courtney Robertson's upcoming book? Not very well. Some of the comments on the Us Weekly website included,
"She was the most annoying contestant ever, she needs to go away."
"Somehow I doubt the contract she signed with ABC before she went on the show will allow her to tell all. Or even a little."
"Please, nobody buy this book. Her 15 minutes should have been up hours ago."
Are you a fan of Courtney Robertson? What do you think of "The Bachelor" season 16 winner writing a memoir?