Gia Allemand’s exile from ABC’s Bachelor Pad was not a shock.
The way in which it all went down, though? That’s another story.
Gia tearfully withdrew from the kissing contest because of her boyfriend back home, then cozied up by the pool and in bed with Wes Hayden later on.
“He’s like the modern day Shakespeare,” Gia Allemand said of Wes. “I have my honey at home … I never expected to meet someone so amazing.”
“I am a confused girl, that’s what I am.”
“I didn’t come to to the house looking to fall in love,” Wes later admitted to the cameras. “I’ll do anything it takes for Gia to stay in the game.”
GES?? WIA?? Call them what you want, it’s an odd couple!
Despite making the final three of, you know, The Bachelor, Gia seemed beyond moved – to tears, even – by Wes’ rendition of “Love Don’t Come Easy.”
Contrived nonsense or truly unscripted nonsense? We may never know. Whatever his motives, Wes Hayden tried to get Elizabeth Kitt voted off instead.
He threatened Jesse Kovacs, who’s kinda sorta dating Kitt, that if he didn’t vote her off, he’d be out next because no one wants couples on the show.
It nearly worked. In the end, Gia and Elizabeth tied. David Good, who got to break the tie because he won the kissing competition, sent Gia home.
In tears, Gia whispered to Wes, “I can’t look at you. Don’t make me cry … I love you.” A crestfallen Wes told the cameramen, “My heart just sunk.”
“Somebody went home that didn’t deserve to.”
Gia said had she stayed, “I would’ve told Wes how I felt. I don’t think Wes knows how I feel. Money, it’s not everything. I am an emotional wreck.”
Probably a single one after her boyfriend saw this.
Who would you rather … you know?