Tenille Walked Tonight On Bachy & Err… No One Really Understands Why?
ICYMI Tenille has walked away from The Bachelor and we’re extremely confused. Umm… WTF just happened?!
Out of nowhere and following a successful solo date last week, Tenille decided to leave the show tonight, saying “It’s a matter of time before he sends me home.”
However, from where we sat as viewers this didn’t make much sense.
It seemed especially odd, as intruder Jamie-Lee appeared to be the obvious choice to get the boot tonight, considering on her date with Nick they had about as much sexual chemistry as two baked potatoes.
Triggered from last ep’s lie detector challenge, Tenille said she was struggling to open up to Bachy, while also saying she wanted him to make more effort. In short, her explanation was a confused mess.
After a short convo, Tenille ended up in tears and said she wanted to keep her dignity by avoiding a rose ceremony. Nick didn’t ask her to stay and off she went.
— The Bachelor Aus 🌹 (@TheBachelorAU) September 13, 2018
“I don’t know if we’re going to be able to get through that barrier that’s been put up,” Nick said, before putting Tenille into a getaway car.
WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?!? Seriously. This doesn’t seem like enough of a reason to call it quits and we’re truly baffled.
Most viewers didn’t really understand what was going on.
— Umami (@requiteddreamer) September 13, 2018
I'm not sure if some of the girls that come on the show actually know what the show is about.#TheBachelorAU
— Zoe (@Lunaamikaelson) September 13, 2018
— Jaala (@Jaala_May) September 13, 2018
There is at least one contestant every season who has agreed to go on a group dating show and then is shocked to find themselves being just one possibility out of many #TheBachelorAU
— Peter Johnson (@P_Johnson9) September 13, 2018
And people were a little over the drama of it all.
Every time Tenille is on screen it goes from 0 to 100000 real quick #TheBachelorAU
— Holly Licuanan (@hollyslicuanan) September 13, 2018
— Dylan Matthews (@DylanMatthews91) September 13, 2018
— Kee (@KeeniMaree) September 13, 2018
Others, however, supported her decision and saw her point of view.
Of course she is protective of herself! Give Tenille time! #TheBachelorAU
— Mark (@kramsirrom) September 13, 2018
Wow a closed off girl who’s scared of being hurt??? Let’s make her seem like the bad guy when she’s one of 10+ girls fighting for a single white mans love #TheBachelorAU
— Geeta Sharma (@bored_ignored) September 13, 2018
Tenille is so right – why doesn’t he help her open up – she needs to get to know him as well -grrrr #TheBachelorAU
— Carmen Urpani (@curpani) September 13, 2018