File this love match under “So Wrong, It’s Right.” Vienna Girardi, who won Jake Pavelka‘s heart on “The Bachelor” and then lost him in one of the most explosive televised breakups we’ve ever seen on “After the Final Rose,” has a new man! Krazy Kasey Kahl, who vied for Ali Fedowsky‘s love on “The Bachelorette”! Now, the “Bachelor”/”Bachelorette” pool of contestants is about as incestuous as you can get, so Vienna and Kasey are hardly the first random couple to come out of the hit ABC show, but they are, by far, the most ridiculous. Vienna, for starters, is crazy, though we did totally take her side in the breakup with Jake. But Kasey is truly one of the more embarassingly entertaining contestants ever. Remember how he wouldn’t stop saying he wanted to “guard and protect” Ali’s heart? Remember how it inspired the world’s lamest tattoo on his forearm, and Ali promptly sent him packing? Remember how he warbled a song he dedicated to Ali and Ali was all crinnnnnge? Well, Vienna ain’t cringing at Kasey’s ridiculous tattoo or tone deaf singing, calling Kasey a “wonderful man” on Twitter. Aww, I think it’s sweet these truly crazy kids found each other. [Bumpshack] Keep reading »
Last night, “Bachelorette” contestant Kasey Kahl showed the true level of his crazy, repeating the phrase “I’m here to protect and guard your heart” 90,000 times and getting an ugly tattoo on his wrist to symbolize his intentions. During their one-on-one date, Ali questioned Kasey’s sincerity. We, on the other hand, totally believe that he is this in love with a girl he barely knows, and thus we are questioning his sanity. Which brings us back to the age-old question—how do “Bachelorette” producers vet the men?
Luckily, Jesse Csincsak—the guy “Bachelorette” DeAnna Pappas picked in season four—has teamed up with Radar to reveal the whole process. Keep reading »
If you weren’t following my “Bachelorette” liveblog
last night, than allow me to recap the best ZOMG moment on the show thus far. After bachelor Kasey Kahl was denied a rose at the end of his one-on-one date with Ali Fedotowsky (though he wasn’t sent packing) because she felt he wasn’t being completely sincere, he felt he needed to do something BIG to prove himself. His off-tune singing came off as kind of creepy; his constant declarations that he was there to “protect and guard her heart” weren’t getting through to her — how to answer her call for him to just be himself? By getting a tattoo of course! Keep reading »