That's what a doorman thought when the reigning winner of The Bachelor attempted to enter the Audi & Chopard Emmys kickoff party Sunday night at Cecconi's in West Hollywood. Vienna Girardi was turned away at the door.
Dressed in jeans and a sweat suit-like top, the 24-year-old was told she wasn't on the list. The doorman told her they were "at capacity." No E-listers allowed!
To her credit, Girardi, who was briefly engaged to Jake Pavelka before moving on with John Sala, didn't whine about the rejection and took it all in stride.
She and a friend went outside and waited for their car to be retrieved from the valet, at which point they were approached by none other than Kathy Griffin.
"I told her that the After the Final Rose, or whatever that was, was riveting," Griffin later recalled to Us. "I stand by my statement that it was riveting."
"I said that it didn't matter if public opinion went her way, I was on her side. I'm not willing to wear a 'Team Vienna' T-shirt or warm-up suit, which she is in, or run a marathon on her behalf. However, it does appear that Jake would be a douche!"
Couldn't agree more, Kath. Well spoken. Your thoughts?