Thursday, March 04, 2010

Jake The Bachelor Cheated


So, what do you do right after you propose to someone? Well, if you have to keep it a secret like on The Bachelor you stay the heck away from her so no one knows the finale. Jake Pavelka decided to use his free time to reunite with his ex-girlfriend, tell her how much he loves her, visit her friends and family and also to tell her that Vienna and all the other girls on the show meant nothing to him and that he had been ordered to propose to someone by the show.

This ex-girlfriend was on a Pensacola radio station this morning. She doesn't want to be identified yet (Unless she is paid). So, the radio station distorts her voice which is always fun. She said that she and Jake didn't have sex but that he wanted to. Well, almost all guys want to. I don't think that is much of a stretch. She said they had intimate conversations, but whether that means they talked about sex or were whispering hockey scores into each other's ear, I have no idea.

This is cheating, but not the good kind of gossip cheating.

17 comments:

Unknown said...

Dude, I'm not trying sound like a dick or anything, but ad w/ the picture of the baby elephant on the top right really makes me want to click away as fast as poss.

Goodgrief said...

While Jake does strike me as an idiot, I am not sure I would call this cheating. If no bodily fluids were exchanged during said reunion, then I think it is safe to say the guy is just a jerk, but not a cheater.

palealebrew10 said...

Marisa, ME TOO. Please, enty, please remove the picture. I'd prefer to look at a pic of Heidi and spencer if that's what it takes.

palealebrew10 said...

about the bachelor-even if they didn't have sex, he's being deceitful..which I think can translate to cheating. But it doesn't seem like vienna is too innocent herself, and they don't really seem "real" together. They won't last. Oh well.

looserdude said...

I'm sure the Bachelor and his bride will rise above all these problems and have an long and happy marriage.

Icecat said...

Does anybody go on these reality shows with the intent of completing what they're supposed too?? i.e. Marry someone you've known for 2 weeks??

Next.

Icecat said...

And, it is just me, or does this chick look a lot like a blonde version of the chick that, that Jonas Bro. Married??

Merlin D. Bear said...

First, it's a scripted reality show.
You really have to have fallen off the turnip truck yesterday to believe even for a minute that it's real.
Second, scandal = ratings. Period.
Given how long this show has been running, how many of the "couples" that have been "engaged" have either maintained their "relationship" or gone ahead and gotten married? I don't watch it (and won't) however I think I can recall only one? And that's out of *how* many seasons of both "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" ?
Give me a break.

jax said...

this show is so fucking over. do.not.care.

Kiradris said...

Why is this show even on the air anymore? Save for Trista and Ryan, have any of these "couples" actually gone through with marriage?

califblondy said...

Jason and Molly just got married and a few of the couples are still together.

Ya, I know too much.

MnGddess said...

This is a heavily scripted reality show. Hell one of the women reported that the producers wanted her to interview that she had fallen in love with The Bachelor, to which she replied that she had just gotten here and hadn't met him yet! It's a ridiculous show, and for some reason I got hooked into the trainwreck this year. Sure, there are a few couples, but I think that would happen in any situation. It's just percentages.

And Jake might be somewhat good-looking, but he's got the personality of a doorknob.

Unknown said...

It's not scripted in the sense that people are handed scripts and they read their lines, but they are heavily manipulated. They're asked questions endlessly (sometimes hours) until the producers get the responses they're looking for.

For example, if they decide someone isn't over her ex-husband (that's her role to play) then they ask her a million questions about her ex and that is all we see on the show. They do as much as they can to make her cry, we just don't hear the cruel questions and manipulations that make her cry. One famous example is the contestant who wouldn't cry in the limo after she was rejected as the F2, so they started asking her questions about her dead grandma. The audience saw her crying, but they assumed she was crying over the bachelor.

The ladies know if they don't answer questions and play the producers' games then they won't last on the show. 99% of them do it for the exposure and the possibility of a new career, Melissa Rycroft's post-show career is a good example of what they all want out of it.

Meg said...

Wow for such a boring guy his season sure has been filled with a lotta drama!

ChasingHeaven said...

I HATE RINGLING BROTHERS CIRCUS. If you think that ad is bad, check out reality on www.RinglingBeatsAnimals.com

Those animals aren't performing tricks for you because it's natural and they want to.

It's out of fear of being beaten bloody and electroshocked and having their babies chained and torn away from their mothers while they're screaming in heartache.

The more people aware of this to boycott the circus so that it ends, the better. It's time for the U.S. to catch up with other countries who already have.

Meg said...

@ChasingHeaven, I can't even look at their website b/c it will just piss me off. I've written numerous letters to them and about them. They claim the allegations are false.

I don't even know why kids like going, honestly. I took my niece years ago and she thought it SUCKED (and my husband and I were horrified at how bad the animals looked).

Jerry said...

This makes me long for the days of Darva Conger.

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