What’s with flakey Ashley? I don’t think it was a commications issue – I think she’s one of those who wants to have it all and is not committed to finding a spouse. She never said anything about wanting/willing to move to Brad’s town.
As for the last two standing – despite Emily saying she’s so ready, I don’t see it. She herself admitted she’s holding back and for me that will make the “winner” Chantel.
But it’s so easy to see why most of these relationships don’t pan out – Brad claiming he so wanted Ashley to work out while declaring to Emily he was “falling in love” w/her and likely will choose Chantel.
"finding love." I’m sorry but I don’t think you’re in love with the one if you tell each girl what they want to hear instead of the truth! I didn’t see it with Brad and Ashley from the beginning. As to Emily, I think she’s too young for him even if she does have a child! Chantel is 10 years younger than he is but I think Emily is 14 years younger. I’m surprised that Emily would leave her daughter for the months that this show lasts. It also seems that Chantel is more into the wild lifestyle that Brad seems to have/like. Emily seems very sweet but how will she feel when Brad wants to take off to different places all the time?
I watched a couple of minutes last night hoping to catch the DWTS line up and all I have to say is, you’ve got to be kidding. Everything everybody was saying was so phoney sounding I couldn’t believe they were even televising it. Maybe people who watch it from the beginning and get to know, and are invested in, the characters don’t see what I saw but, OMG, they way they said, "I’m falling in love with you." GAG! Do people really talk like that in real life?
watching the train wreck frequently! You can’t believe what you see happening and how ridiculous some of them are. lol I was talking at lunch the other day with some 20 yr olds and they were commenting on it as they had watched it with their boyfriends and group of friends. I’m talking all college-educated group. The reason they watch it: to make fun of it. It’s viewed as how desperate can you get and it’s usually for the exposure you get to start a career in the entertainment business.