“What time is it, and how do we get out of here?” asked comedian Amy Poehler while she presented an award towards the end of…
During week 5 of Jillian Harris’s season, Ed abruptly quit the show and left—only to return a week later. He made it all the way to the final episode and proposed to Jillian, but then rumors began to swirl that he had been cheating on her the whole time, and eventually, he admitted to them. Yikes.
Good ol’ Wes made it to the final four of Jillian’s season before she eliminated him. He didn’t achieve ~villain status~ until his limo ride back, in which he spent the entire time bragging to the camera about secretly having a girlfriend at home. He claimed he was acting the whole time, which, sure, bro.
Michelle has *deep* Bachelor experience, that’s for sure. She was on season 15 of The Bachelor, season 2 of Bachelor Pad, and even won season 1 of Bachelor in Paradise. She earned villain status throughout for her frequent tiffs with other contestants.
No one really enjoyed Jordan Kimball during his time on Becca Kufrin’s season. He argued constantly with the other contestants and was accused of being too into himself and his modeling career and not into Becca enough.
I don’t want to pick sides, but some people consider Juan Pablo to be the worst Bachelor in the history of the entire show. The dude clearly had commitment issues. He didn’t seem to be romantically interested in any of the women, but that definitely didn’t stop him from hooking up with a few of ’em. Yuck.
Sorry, nope, not done talking about him. Juan Pablo was so bad that Andi Dorfman broke up with him right before the finale. At the finale, Juan Pablo chose Nikki Ferrell, but in a break with Bachelor tradition, he didn’t propose to her. Instead, he told her that he “liked her, a lot.”
Men! Should! Not! Objectify! Women! Ryan Bowers must not have gotten that memo, as he told Bachelorette Emily Maynard that “every man should believe his wife is a trophy.” Emily eliminated him during their date because, yep, his comment was that bad.
Reality Steve crowned Trish the true first villain of The Bachelor and Bachelorette franchise, so you know it’s real. Might I remind you that this OG pot-stirrer wore a T-shirt that read, “Gold Digger. Like a hooker, just smarter.” Oof.
On Emily’s season, Kalon apparently referred to her young daughter as “baggage.” The other contestants let Emily know ASAP and Kalon was told by Emily herself to GTFO immediately. Boy, bye!
Olivia was one of Ben Higgins’ favorites initially—until she made a comment comparing fellow contestant Amanda Stanton to one of the stars of Teen Mom. The women were also not fans of her attitude and behavior, and they were visibly happy when she was eventually sent home.
Umm…aside from the fact that Lee bumped heads with so many other contestants, let’s not forget that he also posted some SUPER racist tweets before appearing on the show?
A major confrontation went down during “The Men Tell All,” when Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay called Lee TF out, saying, “Please know that you can exit stage left and meet me backstage and I’d be more than happy to give you a Black history lesson, a lesson on women’s rights.” Hell to the yes!!! F*ck that guy.
Nick is no longer considered a villain, but when he first appeared on season 10 of Bachelorette, he was definitely disliked. The other guys thought he was too confident, and he ended up hurting Andi’s feeling when he revealed details about what went down in the fantasy suite. Rude.
Yes, Nick was on two different seasons of The Bachelorette and yes, he was disliked on both. He decided to literally just show up because he and Bachelorette Kaitlyn had been DM’ing on social media. He, once again, had issues with the other guys and was responsible for a lot of the drama, sooo it seems like it’s definitely a him problem, IMHO.
Plain and simple, Kasey sucked during his time on Ali Fedotowsky’s season of The Bachelorette. But the worst part of his story is what happened after the show: He went on to date fellow Bachelor alum (and fellow villain!) Vienna Girardi. The two, unsurprisingly, did not have a smooth relationship.
Kelsey came on Chris Soules’ season as a widow, which, of course, is super sad. But things took a weird turn when she told him about her tragic past and then reflected to the camera, saying, “Isn’t my story amazing? It’s tragic…but amazing.” Wait, wha…?
Chris Harrison pulled Rozlyn aside for a straight-up awkward-as-hell confrontation that will forever go down in Bachelor history. It came to light that she was allegedly fooling around with a producer on set who, BTW, was also fired. Yeah, um, that’s not exactly how this competition works.
On Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s season of The Bachelor, Krystal was dubbed “the mean girl” by the other women. She was accused of spending too much time with Arie and bullying the other contestants. Oh, and people were especially not fans of the baby voice she used.
Courtney made it clear when she was on Ben Flajnik’s season that she didn’t join the show to make friends. She was there to win, and win she did. But not without making enemies along the way. The time she made Ben go skinny-dipping with her definitely goes down as her most “villainous” act.
The funny thing is that Courtney was very aware that she was a villain—she even hinted that it was her intention all along. Oh, and after the show aired, she released a book about her villainous status called I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends. Sounds about right.
Justin was known by his wrestling nickname, Rated R, for a reason. During Ali’s season, we learned that Justin actually had a girlfriend he was planning to marry once he got back from filming. When Ali confronted him about this, he literally just ran away.
ABC, Always Be Cam. That was Cam’s catchphrase during Hannah Brown’s season, and he repeated it so often that it could never be forgotten. Cam was the worst because he crashed dates, told sob stories, and tried to get a “pity rose” before he was ultimately shown the door.
Chad Johnson is one of those names Bachelor Nation will never forget—for better or for worse. He was disliked by the other guys on JoJo Fletcher’s season, probably because he insulted them with hilariously mean but also somewhat accurate observations—for example, he called them Care Bears, which, fair.
Chad also called out his fellow contestants who claimed to be in love with JoJo after only a few days, which, again, fine, is kinda fair. He simply wasn’t a fan of how the show worked, and that honesty was not well received, to put it mildly.
Tierra bumped heads with so many contestants, but ish got real sticky when she unforgettably yelled about her “sparkle” and that she “can’t control [her] eyebrow.” FYI: Someone literally created a Twitter account dedicated to her eyebrow, god bless the internet.
Viewers thought Jake was rude from the start. It didn’t help matters that he chose Vienna, the season’s villain, to receive his final rose. Their very public breakup, which came later, confirmed everyone’s hunch that he sucked.
Okay, so now let’s talk about Vienna, the winner and the villain of Jake’s season, who we mentioned briefly a couple slides ago. The other women vying for Jake’s heart thought Vienna was super rude and had a major attitude problem. Go figure.
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