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Bachelor 2012 Season 16 News: Ben Flajnik and Winner Split Already? SPOILER



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The relationship of The Bachelor Ben Flajnik and the bachelorette we will eventually see him choose in the season 16 finale is apparently over already. Filming only ended in the fall.

If you don’t want to know who Ben Flajnik proposes to on the final show of this season, and how it all went wrong for them after that, you should stop reading this blog and wait for your favorite show to air tonight.

Still with me?

Good. Then word has it that Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson are already over as a couple.

Only three months after Flajnik offered his chosen woman an engagement ring which she gladly accepted, the former seventh season The Bachelorette bachelor and his fiancée, whom everyone who knows about this stuff seems to think will be Courtney Robertson, are “over already,” and have “totally cooled off” now the excitement of the show is over.

Apparently they often go days without seeing each other, calling or texting.

We can’t imagine attention seeker Courtney REobertson liking that; can you? Well, no, apparently she doesn’t.

“She keeps saying, ‘What kind of a fiancé is this?’ In her mind, he’s pretty much dumped her,” a friend of Courtney’s told “Life & Style” magazine.

Ben did really want to marry Courtney, his friends say; but since the show ended, he has changed his mind. He’s watched the show back and seen her talking trashy and causing trouble between her fellow bachelorettes.

“Ben started to feel like he got played,” the source said, adding that he intends to move forward in his life as a single man again. He may even be thinking of moving to New York.

And it’s not just Ben who is unhappy with the relationship. Courtney also worries that he is being unfaithful to her.

“She knows he’s been running around New York with other girls and not calling her. She thinks he’s a coward. She just wishes he’d end it already – otherwise maybe she’ll do it herself.”

Tonight’s episode of the The Bachelor will feature Flajnik’s four remaining bachelorettes introducing him to their families during the hometown dates.

One Response to “Bachelor 2012 Season 16 News: Ben Flajnik and Winner Split Already? SPOILER”

  1. jan says:

    I grew up feeling like no one would love me because I wasn’t beautiful. I owe this fear partially to movies and shows like the Bachelor. The movies always portrayed the less attractive girls as the slapstick comedian who was cast for the laughs. She was the funny sidekick to the beautiful heroine who finds love in the end, while her very plain Jane friend is overlooked. I could never imagine the plain Jane making love. After all, she didn’t have a perfect body. There are only a handful of films like The Truth about Cats and Dogs where this isn’t true, although even Jeanine Garaffalo’s (sp?) character in that movie was pretty. But just recently I read a very funny and heartwarming novel that helped me to see that true love can come to the plain Janes (and Joe)s of the world. It is called What the Heart Sees by Janice Zick. I found it at the Desert Breeze Publishing.com site. Oops, no spaces. What a breath of fresh air it was. I love, love, loved it. I laughed and cried throughout the book.

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