An early hometown visit a season villain makes!
Cheslea must be thanking her lucky stars after aggressively nabbing the first impression rose on last week’s episode of The Bachelor, because it looks like there’s a new villain in town! The single mother and mystery master flew surprisingly under the radar this week, as Arie Luyendyk Jr. chose Becca K. and Krystal for his first one-on-one dates.
Becca got wined and dined and gifted with designer gowns in a Cinderella-style date with Rachel Zoe (NBD), while Krystal got the Scottsdale treatment, visiting Arie’s hometown and meeting his family.
All seemed to go well as Arie and Krystal got serious over dinner, where she told him about her brother’s homelessness and he gave her a rose.
The Bachelor had a group date the next day, however, which was just too much time away from Krystal, who decided that despite having a rose, she needed to talk to him TWICE at the cocktail party before the rose ceremony. (Bachelor 101: Not a good look, boo.)This didn’t sit well with us or Bibiana, who kept it real real and called Krystal a “selfish b**ch.”
TELL US, BIBI! And tell us she did.
“I think you have a lot of balls sitting down with us,” Bibiana confronted Krystal after the fitness coach interrupted her one-on-one time with Arie. “If you think I’m going to fall for this, you have got to be kidding me.”
“You already have a rose, and you already had a one-on-one date!” she continued, as Krystal defended her “very brief” two minutes with the Bachelor earlier in the night. “I don’t understand how you think that’s OK…. If I’m trying to talk to my man, you need to back the f**k off. You need to check yourself before you try to check on other people.”
The Miami native continued to slay, declaring, “At this point, nobody’s going to respect your time. You just dug a big hole for you,” before mic-dropping herself.
“If I go home tonight, good luck, Krystal. I would sleep with one eye open,” she promised.
So it looks like we have a new villain, but we thankfully also have Bibiana, because if there’s one thing this season needs it’s drama.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.