The feuding ex-fiances are like fire and ice on Bachelor Pad 2 — never mind getting hit by paintballs, we keep expecting one of them to wake up with a severed horse’s head in the bed next to them!
While we have learned to expect the unexpected with the Bachelor Pad, one thing we are very sure of is that Jake and Vienna are never going to get over their differences. Wetpaint Entertainment recently caught up with Jake, Vienna, and Kasey Kahl during a reunion of Arctic proportions.
“I can’t even come up with a bad enough word for Jake to be honest, he’s just a terrible person,” said Vienna, who doesn’t ever try to hide her hatred for the pilot from Dallas.
Luckily she wasn’t worried about there being a weird love triangle with her current boyfriend Kasey on the show, too.
“I knew no matter what, Kasey would be the bigger person and he wouldn’t let Jake do anything to me and be my guard and protector,” smitten Vienna exclusively told Wetpaint Entertainment.
“He got to see Jake being narcissistic and mean and saying terrible, terrible things,” she explained.
“One thing that was so great is Kasey is not the type of person who is going to sit there and let people be mean and evil and manipulative, he’s going to stand up for what he believes in. He stood up for me and he was a man!”
While Vienna claims she does everything she can to avoid Jake, she thinks he only went on Bachelor Pad to annoy her.
“I had no idea until about three days before that Jake was going to be on it. He said that he signed on because he knew I was going to be on the show,” she revealed.
Vienna’s knight in shining armor was equally unimpressed with Pavelka, and was happy to tell Wetpaint Entertainment just how much he despises him!
“The abusive things he’s done to her are awful and no man should treat a woman like that. When I see the way he acts around people and it’s such a façade, it disturbs me,” said passionate Kasey.
“It was definitely very difficult to sleep in the same room as him. I did the best that I could but it was tough. It was a strain on us and everyone else in the house.”
Jake, on the other hand, claimed that everything was hunky dory between his reality TV rivals.
“It’s no big deal. I’m not fighting a war, I’m just living life and having a good time,” he said coyly in an interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, but did admit that having a confrontation with Vienna was his only motivation for going on the show, adding: “It wasn’t weird sharing a room with Kasey, (there were no angry words) on my part.”
Despite the conflicting stories, one thing we know for sure is there will be more drama and fireworks on next Monday’s episode of Bachelor Pad – we can’t wait!