Last night on The Bachelor it was more evident that the show's villain Courtney may end up being the heroine of Ben's life. Despite all the crazy we've seen behind the scenes of Courtney's catty and manipulative nature, it seems like Ben is head over Beavis shorts for the pouty-lipped model. And even though she acts incredibly confident about her status with Ben around the girls, she managed to convince the bachelor on her one-on-one date with him that she wasn't sure where she stood, and that she didn't feel the "spark" from him. But after him all-but professing his love and proposing right then and there to her, Courtney seemed back to her happy, confident ways. Well played, Courtney. Maybe she's taking tips from the other villain-turned-winner Vienna on Jake's season (although that didn't work out in the end). But no matter how you feel about Courtney, do you think she and Ben should end up together?
Are The Bachelor's Ben and Courtney Made For Each Other? originally posted on POPSUGAR TV
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