So why was she so upset after Sean decided to send her home? The reason behind it is pretty simple: she was “blindsided” by the move. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter at the taping for the “Women Tell All” special last week, she explained that Sean told her that she really did not have anything to worry about; and if you hear that from someone you are supposed to be falling in love with, wouldn’t you take that to be gospel to a certain extent?
We anticipate seeing a much calmer and more collected AshLee during her interview with Chris Harrison airing next week, and she also seems to have a much different philosophy altogether now about her time on the show. She’s no longer upset with Sean, and sees everything that she went through as a valuable experience for the future:
“I really want to dive in again. Everything I did with Sean, I would do all over again. No regrets … This changed my life, and it changed it for the better.”
So is possible that AshLee could be the next “Bachelorette”? We imagine that she is someone that producers will look at, but the other three women in the final four (at least the ones not picked by Sean in the end) along with Sarah Herron are probably all much larger candidates to get the gig.
Do you think AshLee has the right philosophy now about being sent home from the show? If you want to hear Chris Harrison’s take on Lindsay Yenter and Catherine Giudici in the finale, you can do so over here.