Well, this could be awkward for so many reasons. Courtney Robertson has long been known as one of the most controversial winners of “The Bachelor” ever. She and Ben Flajnik got engaged at the end of his season, and they broke up a few months later.
So did we get the full story? She doesn’t believe so, since she is planning to write a memoir about her experiences entitled I Didn’t Come Here To Make Friends – Confessions of a Reality TV Villain. Clearly, the title of this is one of the most cliched, over-used phrases in the history of the genre. It’s also one of those excuses that people use when they don’t get along with anyone.
Speaking to Us Weekly, Courtney explained exactly why she wanted to write this book:
“Going on The Bachelor was the most amazing opportunity I’ve ever had but I did not have a fairy tale ending! The girls hated me, my modeling career was destroyed and Ben and I had a tumultuous 11-month relationship that ultimately imploded. There are two sides to every story.
“I wanted a chance to talk about what went down from my perspective, because I think there are a lot of misconceptions out there about me.”
From a personal standpoint, it’s hard to be very interested in this book when you consider that thanks to her “Bachelor” contract, we really don’t know just how much she is going to be allowed to say about the show itself. Plus, is interest really that high for details on a season that aired over a year ago?
What do you think about Courtney writing such a memoir, and do you have any guesses as to what some of her intentions could be for this? Click here if you want to read some more news about what is actually happening on “The Bachelor” this year with Juan Pablo Galavis, and we will have more soon.