Ben Higgins SLAMS Cassie Randolph: You Messed With Colton Underwood’s Mind! | Wireler
Well, it lastly occurred.
Colton Underwood lastly jumped the fence on The Bachelor, and the second was — nicely, it wasn’t the whole lot we dreamed, however it was undoubtedly a grown-ass man leaping a fence and disappearing into the wilds of Portugal.
All season, followers puzzled what may need pushed the normally even-tempered Colton to such a dramatic gesture.
After all, with the elimination of Demi and Katherine, many of the ostensible psychopaths had been weeded out.
(Demi, we luh you, woman, and we will not wait to see you wreak havoc in paradise.)
That’s our manner of claiming we count on Demi to be forged on The Bachelor In Paradise, not that we plan to come across her within the Great Beyond.
Anyway, we now know that Colton jumped the fence after getting dumped by Cassie Randolph, the lady who had, to that time, been the frontrunner within the race to win Underwood’s coronary heart.
But it was Colton who did the operating when Cassie took herself out of the competitors after she had made all of it the way in which to the ultimate three.
It’s an uncommon transfer, however Cassie was grappling with the brand new data that her father had not granted Colton permission to suggest when the 2 males spoke throughout hometowns.
It appears that since she was already unsure if she was prepared for marriage, phrase of her dad’s ambivalence was sufficient to push Randolph away from Colton.
To us, it made excellent sense, and it was actually extra trustworthy than if Cassie had remained within the competitors regardless of her misgivings.
But it appears one veteran of the franchise was not a fan of Cassie’s sudden audible.
Ben Higgins spoke out on the matter on this week Lauren Zima’s Roses and Rose internet sequence.
“I think she should have done something different with Colton,” Ben stated.
Higgins revealed that he took concern with the way in which Cassie “dragged out” the breakup and deflected blame to her father, as an alternative of being simple with Colton.
“It was very clear that she was not into him,” Ben stated.
“I think all she wanted to tell him was, ‘You’re a great guy, you’ve proven to be a great guy, but I’m just not that into you. And as a result, I need to leave,'” he shared.
“It felt like she was dancing around the subject, going, ‘This is too fast. This isn’t right for me. I just don’t know.’ She knew.”
Higgins went on to confess that it is unfair for anybody to evaluate the scenario at this level, as we now have but to see the way it will all play out.
“I think it’s hard for him right now… A lot of the end of the season, where he’s jumping the fence, we don’t know how that ends, and that is the most emotional moment we’ve seen yet. None of this story… makes sense without the last two episodes,” he supplied.
“Right now, we’re sitting in a moment where most of the storyline of this show hasn’t been played out.”
Ben then shared his opinion on what ought to come subsequent for the present forged, in addition to his ideas about girls trying to make use of The Bachelor as a springboard for fame.
“If I’m honest, I’m a little tainted, just because this whole season, Caelynn and Cassie were rumored to want to be the Bachelorette,” Higgins stated.
“And I think, as a result, this has influenced my decision. I don’t want anybody coming on this show with the intention of what’s next,”
“Caelynn would do great, I’m sure, but my vote would go to Hannah B.,” he added.
“If all the women who know her best think she’s going to be a great Bachelorette, then I’ll trust it and I’ll put my vote in for her too.”
We don’t have any manner of understanding if Ben’s assumptions about fame-chasers are appropriate, however the present does have a rising drawback with contestants who’re there for The Bachelor, not the bachelor — which may imply bother for Colton.