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The Bachelorette

Trista Sutter Turns on Tierra LiCausi: “You Pay the Price”

Remember last week when OG Bachelorette Trista Sutter was Tierra LiCausi's biggest fan? Yeah, times have definitely changed. Tierra's latest outburst on The Bachelor caused Sean Lowe to send her home, and Trista finally realized that girlfriend is just slightly unhinged. In an adorable way, of course.

"So far, I’ve been giving Tierra the benefit of the doubt," Trista writes on her Bachelor Blog for Parade. "But, five minutes into the show, I wanted to reach into my TV screen and give her a piece of my mind. 'The cougar’s back in town'?? ... You mess with us old folks (and by the way, AshLee (Frazier) is HARDLY old!) and you pay the price. No more Mrs. Nice Trista."

In fact, Trista has joined Bachelor Nation's most popular club, aka The We Fear Tierra's Eyebrow Union. "Until this episode, I didn’t spend much time on Tierra because I didn’t see her as the recipient of Sean’s final rose," Trista explains. "But what REALLY lit a fire under my blog-writing butt started with this comment: '…girls are jealous. Men love me.' She then went on to say that she is a miracle of science and can’t control her eyebrow and the best quote of the night: 'If I could walk around with a smile on 24/7, I would, but my face would be freaking tired.'"

Ultimately, Trista is upset that Tierra didn't take responsibility for her actions. "She said 'I can’t believe they did this to me!' but had she just walked away and not confronted AshLee again, she may still be there," Trista says. "She may have had a great meeting with his sister and become part of his family?? Who knows? I just hope it is all one big learning lesson."

Yep, we learned all kinds of lessons from Tierra. Including but not limited to "How Not To Dance In a Parade."

Source: Parade

02.13.2013 / 01:56 AM EDT by Mehera Bonner
Related: The Bachelorette, Sean Lowe, The Bachelor, Trista Rehn Sutter

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