Wednesday, September 2, 2015

'The Bachelor' ladies: the claws come out

'The Women Tell All' turns nasty

‘The Bachelor’ ladies: the claws come out

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Hell hath no fury like a woman spurned. OK, that’s not exactly how the saying goes, but it has the ring of truth. Anyway, The Bachelor gathered a couple dozen of spurned femmes together in the studio for Monday night’s Women Tell All episode. Things, as they will after a heated and heavily edited romantic competition, got testy.

In this first clip, Samantha is telling a story about Brittney at her usual 80 wpm. Frustrated at not being able to get a word in, Brittney goes all ‘roid-rage Cesar Millan on her. “Just shut up,” she shouts. But watch those hand gestures. Pure pet training.

 

But Samantha gave as good as she got, as you’ll see in this clip where she lit into Blakeley for her imperious ways.

 

Imagine what they have to say to Courtney.

 

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