Not that any of us were surprised, considering that the majority of couples who get engaged on The Bachelor or Bachelorette don’t quite make it to the altar. Trista and Ryan Sutter and Jason and Molly Mesnick are the only ones who have beaten the odds so far.
Jake and Vienna seemed completely smitten with each other at first, but towards the end of their five month courtship, things definitely got a little ugly.
Vienna accused Jake of being a “fame whore” and Jake accused Vienna of cheating and selling him out to the tabloids, and then the two came together on national television for a few rounds of “He Said, She Said.” And I’m sure that there are differences of opinion on which one of them was more believable.
Personally, after hearing Jake yell at Vienna to stop interrupting him, which resulted in her breaking down and sobbing and storming off the set, I think that Jake’s got a bit of a temper issue.
Now that his engagement to Vienna is over, he’s once again looking for love. And according to Jake, he’s looking for a sweet lady to share his life with, and told US Magazine, “I’m just looking for a sweetheart. That’s the biggest thing. I’m looking for a girl that has a really big heart.”
Hmm…I wonder if Jake is wishing that he’d given Ali Fedotowsky another chance when she called and begged him to come back on the show after leaving so abruptly for her career?
When asked how he feels about Ali and Roberto’s engagement, Jake was very supportive, and said that he believes Ali followed her heart, and “that is the most important thing you can do.”
With Ali off the market, and a reconciliation with Vienna highly unlikely, will Jake find the sweet girl of his dreams and finally settle down and have kids?
I think that anything is possible. But he may want to practice learning how to take a deep breath and count to ten before he scolds his next girlfriend in front of millions of viewers.