Both Britt Nilsson and Carly Waddell have addressed the drama that happened on Sunday night’s episode of The Bachelor. Britt posted a message directed towards some of her co-stars while Carly addressed the viewers who have criticized her for her treatment of Britt.
Britt posted a message from the Bible about loving enemies and praying for those who persecute. She wrote that she chooses to forgive and love “those people” because she understands what an intense environment they were all in.
I'm not even going to address all of the things said about me except that I choose to forgive and love… http://t.co/ePfqG5OYig
— Britt Nilsson (@brittkarolina) February 16, 2015
While Britt Nilsson didn’t name names, it’s pretty obvious that her message is about Carly Waddell in particular. In the latest episode, Carly told Chris Soules that Britt told her and Kaitlyn Bristowe that she could never live in his small hometown.
“I’m scared she’s not giving you the real Britt,” Carly told Chris, adding that she heard Britt telling Jade Roper that she loved Arlington, contrary to what she had told her and Kaitlyn.
At the cocktail party later that night, Chris decided to give the group date rose to Kaitlyn instead of Britt, causing Britt to freak out and throw a bit of a tantrum. Britt’s bad reaction didn’t sit well with Chris, who reminded her that it was all part of the journey and then abruptly left the party.
Carly was pleased by what happened.
“Chris saw Britt’s true colors. It was so much better of an explosion than I could have possibly expected. There’s no recovery from that,” she told the camera.
Not surprisingly, Carly has received a lot of criticism from Britt’s fans since the episode aired. She posted a message that made clear she’s ignoring them.
Considering what she has said about Britt Nilsson during the show, to Chris Soules, the cameras, and the other women, it’s likely that Carly Waddell doesn’t think that Britt’s message about loving and forgiving her enemies is sincere and is just another example of her being fake.
The second part of The Bachelor continues tonight with the rose ceremony. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Sunday night’s episode included an interview with Andi Dorfman, who tearfully talked about her breakup with Josh Murray. Yet judging by host Chris Harrison’s tweet that by Tuesday morning, viewers will be “speechless with so much to talk about,” the new episode may be even more dramatic than the previous one.
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