Courtney used her sex appeal and flirtation techniques to make Ben fall in love with her — but sources close to ‘The Bachelor’ reveal that, for Courtney, it was all a game.
Courtney Robertson seems cold and uncaring as she manipulates Ben Flajnik into giving her his heart on The Bachelor. Sources close to the venomous vixen reveal the heartless tactics Courtney used to trap Ben while filming.
Monica reveals that if Ben falls for Courtney’s lies, then they will be a perfect couple.
Cunning Courtney Robertson has made it her mission to fool BachelorBen Flajnik into thinking that she’s falling for him, but in reality, she seems more concerned about winning the competition than his love. The other women chasing Ben’s heart don’t like Courtney’s manipulative ways. Eliminated contestant Monica Spannbauerthinks that if Ben does pick her in the end, then he deserves what he gets.
Courtney freaks out when one of the girls calls her out in front of Ben.
Ben Flajnik and the girls travel to Park City, Utah during the Jan. 23 episode of The Bachelor. While they are all in one of the most romantic settings in the world, Courtney Robertson still seems more worried about winning the competition than Ben’s heart. The other girls can see that she’s not on the show for the right reasons, but Ben is blind. One girl decides to tell Ben about Courtney’s bad intentions — but the conversation doesn’t go as planned. Plus, Ben sends one girl home suddenly in the middle of the group date.
Former ‘Bachelorette’ winner Jesse Csincsak tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that he thinks producers told Monica to hit on Blakeley during Ben Flajnik’s ‘Bachelor’ premiere.
Bachelor producers love to spark drama to each season. Last season, notorious bad boy Bentley Williams played BacheloretteAshley Hebert for a fool. This season, two women — Monica Spannbauer and Blakeley Shea — seem more interested in dating each other than Ben Flajnik. Former Bachelorette winner Jesse Csincsak tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that Monica and Blakeley’s whole interaction was probably staged by producers.