So I completely understand the need for a little post-breakup bloodletting. You’re hurt, you’re angry – we’ve all been there. But it’s been more than a month since “The Bachelor’s” Jake and Vienna broke up. Is Vienna going to start moving on? Please?
Vienna Girardi appeared on “Lopez Tonight” last week and answered a bunch of questions about her relationship with Jake Pavelka, and she didn’t give the guy she was accused of cheating on much of a break.
In response to those tired “oh, Jake is gay!” rumors that Lopez brought up, Vienna just smiled instead of sticking up for her former fiance. (If he is gay it wouldn’t matter, but he’s said several times he’s not, and what’s the point of bringing it up … again?).
Obviously she’s trying to stretch her 15 minutes of fame into an excruciating 20. See what she said about Jake this time, and why we think she’s the worst “Bachelor” winner ever.
Vienna told Lopez she just wanted “someone to love her,” which is why it didn’t work out with Jake. Maybe she forgot that she kept stomping on Jake’s ego by talking to other guys? Jake’s no innocent – he knew what he was getting with Vienna and I think he was more interested in publicity for his new “acting” career than in actually settling down – but c’mon.
She also played coy when Lopez asked her if she was seeing someone else, saying “Maybe.” If you just broke up with the man who, a scant four months ago, you swore you wanted to marry and have babies with, are you really capable of moving on already? You are? Well then it probably wasn’t love to begin with.
Which she admitted to Lopez, saying essentially that she convinced herself she was in love with Jake during the program, because it’s such an intense environment. You do have other choices, Vienna. You could tell the guy you’re not actually in love with him, like some of the “Bachelorette” contestants did with Ali Fedotowski.
Then you could go try your luck on “Bachelor Pad.” I think that show may be more your style – it’s about looking for fame rather than love.