You are posting as a guest. To post as a user, please
I am a complete skeptic, but I believe in these two (Ali & Roberto). For over a year, I talked myself out of considering a beautiful, masculine, confident, latino man. Ultimately, I let my guard down and have now that same most beautiful, masculine, confident, committed, latino husband (albeit demanding attention, I admit!). I think it's real. Ultimately, it'll depend on values, though. The basics must be in line for the two of them for success.
Roberto is hot and makes a great match for Ali. Chris was a sweetheart but she wasn't feelin it..felt more like a friendship in the end. I'm married to a Latino and boy is he great. It is so wrong for people to be steriotypical towards the latino men(that they are not trust worthy), that is so lame and closeminded. I wish the best for the couple and hope to see them in a long lasting and happy relationship (marriage). In the end it is what makes Ali happy, not us.
aahhh sorry Ali you blew it BIG TIME....Chris is the better of the two men left standing and Roberto is sooo wrong for you. You should stay single because you strung along a great, caring guy (Chris) and ended up with his leftovers - what a shame for you....Chris stay strong to your roots and great family upbringing there is a girl out there who would appreciate your caring, thoughtful ways...too bad you wasted them on Ali....
Mansions, private concerts, $1500.00 a day resorts, exotic locations, fine dining, good looking people fawning over your every word, helicoptors, private jets, private access to high end facilities, the best clothes, your best behavior, assistants to take care of your needs, no work shecdule, on the prowl for a mate. sharing your love interest with dozens of other people. Anybody could fall in love under those conditions. REALITY does in 99% of these unreality matchups.
i don't think either ali or roberto are 'real', at least not in this setting, on this show. anybody who is intelligent knows this is entertainment, scripted, and edited. it's a recipe for disaster (proven time and time again) if you are legitimately looking for love. two months is not enough time together, yet alone in fantasy environments spent around the world. give it a year in the 'real' world with pressure, jealousy, insecurity, etc. call me a pessimist, they could be the ones to overcome all the drama and flourish, but the odds just aren't in their favor. best and brightest wishes to them, and good luck.
Submissions? Questions? Looking to advertise?
© 2013 The Hollywood Gossip - Celebrity Gossip and Entertainment News