Brad led two women astray during his first time as ‘The Bachelor!’ How on earth could this guy have changed in three years?
Sure, Brad has been telling the world that he has found the love of his life this season on his second go on the show, but I don’t believe him!
The first time he went on The Bachelor three years ago, he basically left Deanna at the altar. He said, “I can’t do this,” instead of getting down on one knee and asking her to marry him.
He then claimed to spend the next three years going through intensive therapy to help him cope with his commitment issues. He even said that he remained single throughout the whole span.
My thoughts? Brad actually spent the past three years living the life of a true Bachelor! He owns a chain of bars in Austin, Texas, which he probably uses as his hunting ground for unsuspecting one-night-stand victims.
And he went to therapy? Yeah, right! If he was going to focus on his commitment issues, doesn’t that mean he would have a problem with committing to therapy?
Now Brad says that he’s a changed man and that he’s really in love! Why should we believe him given all the BS he’s pulled in the past?
So if we do see him give a ring to the sweet, girl-next-door Emily on the March 14 finale, the only promise that ring gives is a broken heart.
As soon as they are free to come out of hiding, Brad’s attention is going to be so focused on the spotlight that he’s going to forget that he’s engaged. Girls will be throwing themselves at him — and Brad is bound to fall.
Emily needs to run while she still can! And even though she’s going to have to live with a broken heart again, she also has to worry about her 5-year-old daughter Ricki.
Emily, think about your daughter if nothing else. Brad’s not the Mr. Perfect he claims to be. Get out NOW! It’s rumored that Chantal O’Brien‘s moved on and has a new man. I’m confident you can find someone amazing too!
BFFs — do you agree?