There is betrayal on “The Bachelorette,” according to Us Weekly magazine’s June 17 issue. Desiree Hartsock has dished about her quest for finding her one true love. The reality television star says “there were a lot of tears” when trying to pick the perfect choice from the eligible men.
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Hartsock, a Colorado bridal stylist, 27, has plenty to cry about in the June 10 episode. There is a bit of a shock when one of the contestant’s reveals he’s not really single. To make matters worse, his irate girlfriend shows up on set to confront Hartsock.
Aren’t these guys supposed to be screened by ABC before coming to the show? Why on earth would anyone try to pretend to be single on national television?
Turns out, Brian Jarosinski, 29, the Maryland financial adviser, hasn’t been saving himself for marriage; if you know what we mean. He’s no “Bachelor” Sean Lowe.
Brian’s girlfriend, former Playmate Stephanie Larimore, revealed that Jarosinski slept with her the night before he left to film the ABC show.
When revealed, Desiree had this to say:
“It takes someone with no character to come onto a show for love, knowing he has a relationship back home.”
Wetpaint Entertainment found someone close to the girlfriend of Brian Jarosinski and that discussed what led up to the confrontation with Desiree. “I’m not surprised that she did this. Well, sort of. Mostly, I’m just surprised because she’s a mom. She has a teenage son and it seems silly to get involved when you have a child, especially because his friends must know about her Playboy photos, and they probably tease him about it… just seems negligent.”
Dig a little deeper and fans will remember that Stephanie used to date season 6 “The Bachelorette” contestant Craig Robinson.
Sounds like a whole lot of reality drama.
Should ABC take more preventative measure to screen their applicants or do you think ABC does it on purpose for dramatic purposes?
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