Which chatting with HollywoodLife.com about her partnership with Colgate and the Champions for Kids SIMPLE Giving campaign, Trista, the first ‘Bachelorette’ wished Nikki and Juan Pablo well. So, why is Nikki now throwing shade?
Trista Sutter is focusing on the here and now — her husband Ryan Sutter, her beautiful kids, and helping other children. She teamed up with Colgate to help children who couldn’t afford dental care, and revealed exclusively to HollywoodLife.com what she and her hubby do to keep her kids healthy. However, while promoting the new campaign, she also commented on the rocky relationship of Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell.
Nikki Ferrell Disses Trista Sutter [For No Reason]
“I’m a very loyal fan [of The Bachelor],” Trista, 41, told us. “I’ve never missed an episode. I know I have to comment, but now that the season’s over, I just want to focus on the positive — I really, truly do wish them the best.”
This was the gist of what Trista said to publications, not bashing either of them but telling Life & Style that she couldn’t speak of how their relationship works, but she hopes it really works out.
So why is it that JP’s new lady, Nikki, felt the need to tweet at Trista on April 2?
A little intense, don’t you think?
Trista Focusing On Being A Good Mom
However, she’s not going to get a rise out of the mother of two. She’s focused on working on her new campaign with Colgate. “I’m a mom above all else,” she told us explaining that this campaign will hopefully “grow awareness and attention to healthy kids.”
“Over 51 million school hours are missed by kids every year because of dental illness. However, many don’t have access to dental care. We want to encourage people to go above and beyond, go to Walmart to purchase [products] and donate,” she said. In about 1,400 Walmarts around the US, bins are set up for those who want to buy tooth brushes, toothpaste, deodorant, etc. for kids in need and it will all be donated to the school in the area.
It’s no surprise Trista is gung-ho about it — she wants her kids to have good teeth too, so she and hubby Ryan work together to keep that an important part of their kids’ lives.
“It should be a joint effort for parents,” she said. “He’s probably a way better role model than I am! He’s never had a cavity in his life! He’s just perfect! It’s all about being good role models for your kids, getting your kids into a routine. When we go to the grocery store, the kids like to pick out their own toothpaste now!”
To get involved, you can go to championsforkids.org/simplegiving to find Walmarts in your area through April 7!
— Emily Longeretta