Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried might be engaged, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to agree on everything. In fact, the Bachelorette 2013 lovebirds have very different opinions about what went down on Tuesday’s episode of The Bachelor.
Andi Dorfman’s decision to eliminate herself from the competition got plenty of people talking. Some loved her honest, straightforward approach. Others think she was being nitpicky and selfish. But at the end of the day, Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis got a lot of heat for the way he acted.
But don’t fret too much, Juan Pablo. Your boy Chris is here to back you up! After the show, Chris took to Twitter to defend this season’s Bachelor. “From what I see, I think @JuanPaGalavis handled himself well. I don't mind "It's OK" Juan. "I hear you" :)” he wrote, referencing his own affirming catchphrase.
Des, however, wasn’t so pro-JP on Twitter. “Forget conversation, let me touch your face. #TheBachelor #JuanPablo #facefetish #verydistracting” she tweeted.
Before you go thinking Des is totally anti-Juan Pablo, allow the former Bachelorette a bit more than just 140 characters to clarify. On February 26, Desiree explained her feelings about the whole situation.
While the Bachelorette beauty maintained that she’s actually “pretty indifferent” in regards to the whole situation, she does understand where a lot of Andi’s criticism of Juan Pablo was coming from. “Yes, the ‘es okay’ is annoying,” she wrote, “but he genuinely didn’t see that as not listening so ignorance got the best of him.” Way to give him the benefit of the doubt, girl. Well, if you can call attributing his quirks to “ignorance” the benefit of the doubt...
Des continues, “I’m not sure what happened in the suite but if all he did was talk about himself then I can see the frustration and disgust Andi feels. That is a very unattractive trait and does signal the lack of caring.”
Do you side more with Des on this one? Or, like Chris, are you Team Juan Pablo?
Sources: Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried on Twitter, Desiree Hartsock’s blog