Jillian Harris, who remains unaware that Wes just wants his 15 minutes of fame, is snuggling with the enemy. That seems to be everyone's opinion and Trista Sutter, the original Bachelorette, couldn't agree more. She's already given her views before on some of the bachelors this season and now, she's eager to make more comments on Jillian's most controversial suitor as someone who's been there.
If you missed Monday's episode, you can read a recap here. But if you're a fan of The Bachelorette, then you're probably already revolting on what Wes said as his true colors came out.
If there's anybody here for a hidden agenda, it would probably be me, because I've been working on an album for over a year... I have nothing to lose. I have everything to gain. So I kind of just slip right back into Jillian mode, Wes said.
The fame that I get from this, it's almost like I taste it and I eat it and it comes inside of me and it becomes a part of me, he added. ''I got records to sell.
Like most fans, Trista Sutter is dismayed by the turn of events on The Bachelorette, with Jillian making poor decisions by letting the good guys go and leaving bad boys such as Wes in the running.
"It just makes me sick to my stomach for her that he says he has everything to gain, he 'has a hidden agenda,' and he'll always have her wrapped around his little finger. What makes me even sicker is his bit about tasting and eating the fame he is going to get out of being on the show." Trista wrote on her blog.
"I'm sure there have been plenty of people on this series, as well as The Bachelor, to crave self-promotion for their singing or acting careers," she added. "To fully admit it, though, especially when you know Jillian will see what you are saying at some point down the road, makes me wonder if Wes is incredibly hurtful, extraordinarily selfish, drugged-up, just plain stupid--or all of the above. It also makes me wonder if editing is to blame. Was he finishing his sentences with, 'But I've fallen for Jillian and I know now that my music career will be second fiddle,' and we just aren't seeing that?"