‘Bachelor’ host Chris fell for Courtney’s act. He believes that she was ‘speaking from the heart’ when she apologized to the women and Ben on the ‘Women Tell All’ special. Could his empathy be a sign that she receives Ben’s final rose?
Bachelor Ben Flajnik isn’t the only one who fell for Courtney Robertson‘s apologies on The Bachelor: The Women Tell All special March 5. Host Chris Harrison is just as gullible. Chris thinks that Courtney’s apology showed that she felt truly sorry for the way she behaved on the show, but we wonder if there’s more to his sympathetic words…
“I just want to fast forward to the moment that she came out,” Chris writes in his Entertainment Weekly blog. “First of all, she was scared to death and shaking like a leaf. I could feel and see how vulnerable she was.”
Courtney took to the stage and said she was sorry, but the women refused to let Courtney live down her lies. “There was a point when it seemed like all the women were yelling and attacking her at the same time,” Chris notes. “In that moment, she completely stopped and utterly broke down.”
“I’m not justifying anything, but one thing I noticed is that really, she’s a very fragile little girl,” Chris says. “At that moment she just lost it and I felt like she was really speaking from the heart.”
BFFs — do you think Chris is trying to help smooth the way in the inevitable shock of us seeing Ben and Courtney getting engaged?
More ‘Bachelor’ News:
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- ‘The Bachelor: Women Tell All:’ Courtney Robertson Called A ‘Black Widow’ & ‘Liar’ By Other Contestants
- Courtney Robertson Isn’t A Victim Of Bad Editing On ‘The Bachelor,’ Says Ashley Hebert