In case you haven’t noticed, Brad Womack has attracted some very catty and jealous women on “The Bachelor” 2011 season. It seems like there’s more than a handful of contestants obsessive about spending alone time with Brad. Haven’t these women ever watched “The Bachelor,” for pete’s sakes? Why on earth are they being so catty over Brad’s time?
It’s really easy to understand what the problem is. Although the majority of “The Bachelor” cast has been a viewer of the show at some point, they don’t apply the rules to themselves. They don’t think the catty and jealous crap will affect them in one way or another because whomever the man is on “The Bachelor,” he will tell producers to forget the whole show and send everyone else home. It’s not just about that, though.
The women competing for Brad in 2011 are anxious to find love. They’re hard-wired like all women to find love and nail it down when it presents itself. Who cares if it’s only been two, three, or four episodes into “The Bachelor” season — they have a surefire connection with Brad Womack and no other woman is going to take their man away!
It’s disturbing to count at least four contestants as obsessive members of “The Bachelor” cast in 2011. It all began with Melissa and Raichel with their childish feud. Then we have Michelle’s ridiculous jealousy rearing it’s ugly head every five minutes whenever she sees Brad spending alone time with one of the women. On top of that, Ashley H. is having insecurities along with Chantal O. wondering how Brad can go around kissing all the other girls if he’s so into her.
If the 2011 cast has watched “The Bachelor” at all, you would think that these ladies were already prepared for this challenge on the show. Apparently the competition and idea of love getting away has taken over in their minds. The fact is, they don’t know Brad that well. He’s been in therapy for three years and none of them have spent enough time with him to FEEL a solid connection.
This season’s cast of “The Bachelor” is basically catty because most women on the show believe they’re special — and they are in their own way, of course. However, they’ve let their delusional beliefs that they’re meant to be with Brad cloud the reality of what “The Bachelor” is all about. This is a strong cast of highly confident women and a few possessive an aggressive nature. In the case of Michelle, Brad is flattered by the attention he receives from her, making him drop everything — or the woman he’s with — in order to spend 5 minutes alone with her.
Viewers will see a lot more catty and jealous behavior in the 2011 “Bachelor” season before it gets any better.