Ben Higgins and Chris Harrison Apologize to Olivia Caridi for Her Terrible ‘Bachelor’ Experience
Ben Higgins' season of The Bachelor aired on ABC last night.
During his season, candidate Olivia Caridi was mistreated by other participants because of her appearance.
Ben only apologized to Olivia for what happened.
If you've tuned in ABC last night to watch Ben Higgins' season in "The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever," you're probably feeling totally bad for Olivia Caridi right now. I mean how could you not? The other participants were mean to her and she got a lot of hate online until Olivia Chris Harrison said that she was actually in pain when she saw her season for the first time.
"I watched the first episode, then I tried to watch the second, and I just couldn't do it because I was just ashamed and hurt," she said to Chris after her excretion was broadcast last night. "I realized that these were going to be some really tough months."
Despite the fact that other women on the show felt the need to make fun of Olivia's appearance, she says that she has evolved since then. "There was so much pain involved," added Olivia. "It was really hard to see what people really thought about me and what people said ... I'm sure a lot of it was deserved, but I felt that some of it was a little ruthless. It did me I made fun of my physical characteristics that I can't change. "
After hearing Olivia's point of view, Chris apologized to her for the way she was treated on the show. "I hate to hear that," he said. "I'm really sorry that you had to go through this and that you went through it."
Ben also intervened to apologize, probably because he felt responsible in part because he was in charge of the season. "I don't know if you remember this Olivia, [but] my only request and my only hope was that everyone who took part in the experience would say that they are happy that they did it if everything others fail, "he said. "When I look back on that time, I think that my lack of wisdom and maturity and my public commitment to you, although I knew that this was difficult for you, I think the way I was through the confrontations and navigating the show's problems, could have been better to help you. Most of the time, I wanted to talk to you and say I'm sorry. "
As horrible as the experience seemed, Olivia is still grateful for the person she became. "The person I am now is so resilient," she said. "I am proud of the person I am today. I am no longer ashamed because I know that I am not that person. "
And so it is!
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