Bibiana Julian joined Us Weekly’s “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast to recap the Monday, July 12, episode of The Bachelorette — and he or she’s in search of some justice for controversial solid member Hunter Montgomery after Katie Thurston’s different suitors referred to as him out for being a Bachelor superfan.
“I don’t suppose it’s unhealthy. … I believe it’s form of OK to be somebody who’s watched the present and, you already know, higher a man that understands than somebody who doesn’t,” the Bachelor season 22 alum, 33, advised Us concerning the 34-year-old single dad of two.
When requested about behind-the-scenes discussions amongst solid members whereas filming the sequence — including those seemingly off-limit topics of being the next Bachelor or Bachelorette and breaking the fourth wall of the show — Bibiana famous that it’s onerous to know who to belief.
“Once I was in the home, I wasn’t that trusting. I had, like, the three pals that I felt actually near. It’s only a handful of them that you simply naturally simply gravitate to,” she defined. “There’s simply so many individuals that it’s onerous so that you can change into a bestie to everybody. However what individuals don’t notice is that you’re being recorded 24/7; it’s not simply the second that you simply’re with somebody. … You’re being recorded from the second you get up all the best way until the time that you simply go to sleep. Even when you’re falling asleep, you’re being recorded.”
The Bachelor Winter Video games alum added that she feels “unhealthy for Hunter,” who made waves in the home for selecting out his “prime 4” for Katie.
“I’m not saying that it’s nice to speak about these issues the place you’re simply already selecting out who you suppose is gonna make it, but it surely’s pure,” Bibiana mentioned. “And it’s pure to be pondering, like, ‘Oh, y gosh, I’ve made it this far. Who’s going to hometowns?’ … [Hunter] received the group date rose [last week] after which he was simply, like, on cloud 9. And he actually simply thought, ‘That is it, like, I received this rose. That is it. Her and I are getting engaged.’ And you already know, I believe his politeness form of disregarded.”
Hunter was the newest Bachelorette season 17 contestant who turned a subject of dialog among the many different males, with Cody, Karl and Thomas all going home amid accusations that they weren’t on the series for the right reasons.
“That is principally the domino impact. I believe that Hunter’s scenario could be very completely different. I’m not saying that I’m a fan of how he acted, proper? However this wasn’t a Karl that was making an attempt to fire up drama out of nowhere and this wasn’t a Thomas who was clearly, you already know, very vocal about his intentions coming in,” Bibiana mentioned. “I believe Hunter was simply somebody who was a bit bit in over his head, and he genuinely appreciated her. … I feel like he just started to spiral a little bit this last episode.”
Bibiana, who lately stepped in to cohost Bachelor Nation’s “Click on Bait” podcast for a number of episodes, famous that she watches the present extra regularly and “clearly” years after competing for Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s coronary heart in 2018.
“I had this flashback to the time the place, like, I didn’t get time with Arie … and I want I might have simply watched the present to form of have a greater understanding that the times do run lengthy, there are loads of dates the place you don’t get to see or converse to the lead in any respect,” she famous. “And in one in every of my group dates, I simply misplaced it as a result of I didn’t get a possibility to speak to him. And I used to be like, ‘F this like, it’s all a setup. That is pretend.’ I used to be so mad. So I believe it was cool that [Hunter] simply took the excessive street and did the most effective that he may. Even when he was speaking to her on the rose ceremony, I believe that he did the most effective that he may at that time. However I’m not unhappy to see him go.”
For Bibiana’s full recap of Monday’s episode, hearken to Us Weekly’s “Right here for the Proper Causes” podcast.