On her final episode of America's Next Top Model Cycle 19, Kristin Kagay wondered if she was the only girl in the house who wasn’t fake. Apparently that feeling extended to the show itself.
The former high school "mean girl" was shown lashing out at the other girls — from fighting with Destiny Strudwick on Episode 4, to saying she hated Leila Goldkuhl and wanted to throw something at her “ugly ass face,” to announcing that she also hated “stupid” Kiara Belen.
But now that her part of the show is over, Kristin vented about her ANTM portrayal in a post on Facebook called "A peice of my mind on reality bullshit" [sic].
She starts by noting,
I never thought being on reality tv would give me a certain respect for other reality stars that i hadn't had before. To put yourself out there for the world to watch can put you in a vulnerable state of mind. A TV show is JUST that, a SHOW. It needs ratings and someone to keep those veiwers watching.. whether it's a girl with an eating dissorder or bad attituded bitch.
She asked what she’s supposed to do when "thousands of insecure niave people sitting behind a computer half way around the world" who have never met her tell her she doesn't deserve anything for how she acts? Well, she's choosing to thank the people who do know her and do care about her.
As she ends the piece, "Never thought I would be saying i respect people like Snooki but for having to deal with all the haters that bitch is doing just fine.” She also does have one positive thing to say about the show. Sort of. “thank you ANTM for making me look like the realist c!*t on the show. Couldn't have done it without you. Assholes."
Suffice it to say, she probably won't want to come back for a future All-Stars season. Do you feel sorry for Kristin for whatever editing job she got to make her feel misrepresented, or do you feel like the words and deeds we saw were enough to display her true character?
Catch the next episode of America's Next Top Model Cycle 19: College Edition on Friday, November 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
Gina Carbone is a contributing writer at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @ginacarbone.
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