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Well-aware of her negative public perception, Chris Harrison believes that Tierra LiCausi’s methods of finding a husband are genuine, albeit not pretty.
Host Chris Harrison spoke with People Magazine about one of The Bachelor’s most controversial contestants who was recently eliminated by Sean Lowe for her constant emotional instability.
“She’s sincere,” Harrison concluded. “People will think [the way she acts is] fake or made up. It’s not. Once you shine a light on it and put a camera on it, it’s not attractive, but that’s how she does it.”
However, ranking her relative to other alleged Bachelor "villains" is not something Harrison is able to do. He believes they all have their individual quirks which makes for good television.
"She was her own character so I don't think I can rank them," he stated. "I think it's the way she went out put the cherry on top when she said, 'No one's gonna take my sparkle away.' You just can't top that."
Although we previously reported that Tierra was unsure whether she was going to be part of the Women Tell All special, Harrison has confirmed her attendance. There she plans to reveal the identity of her fiancé and confront the other contestants in the house for the first time since she left the competition.
Harrison vows to remain objective and try to see her point of view rather than let the public’s negative perception of LiCausi influence the interview.
“I can’t wait to talk to her next week at the Women Tell All,” Harrison commented. “It’s not to back the bus over her. I kind of want to know what she sees.”