In was a little over a week ago that Jesse Csincsak revealed via webcam that his world had been shattered by fiancee DeAnna Pappas.
Today, the spurned snowboarder is opening up about the breakup and discussing his dating future in a deep interview with TV Guide ...
Q: Why go on YouTube to present your side? Why not just issue a joint press release?
Jesse Csincsak: We were going to do that, but some people found out [before we wanted]. The easiest thing seemed to be to hop on the webcam and put it on YouTube. I did it because I wanted to tell the fans what happened. [DeAnna and I] have gone our separate ways. I love her and I wish her nothing but the best. I felt that that's what I portrayed on YouTube and I hope that's the way it was taken.
Q: What response are you getting?
Jesse Csincsak: Thousands of emails, 20,000 to 30,000 hits a day on my MySpace page and 5,000 emails to my MySpace page.
Q: Any ladies interested in picking up where DeAnna Pappas left off?
Jesse Csincsak: There are definitely a few ladies who have contacted me, but I'm taking things one day at a time.
Q: Did going on-camera allow you to express more how you truly felt?
Jessie Csincsak: Yeah. I figured there's no better way to tell someone how you feel than to get out there and look right into the screen and say this is what's going on. I spoke to the fans about how I was really feeling. I didn't discuss anything about what had gone on [privately]. The answer I got [from DeAnna Pappas] was that she loved me, but "wasn't in love with me." That's what she told me.