Sure, he had not produced the sparkler she had actually been picturing, the ideal proposition and even summoned up an “I love you,” however, “I really cared about him at the time,” the pediatric nurse discussed to Chris Harrison on Sept. 7 as she relived that 2014 ending on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons—Ever!, “and I honestly thought that the worst was behind us. I had no idea of what I was in store for.”
For circumstances, she had no chance of understanding that their After the Final Rose chat would develop into an extreme face-off, retired soccer gamer Galavis digging in and declining to offer long time host Harrison the romance he was trying to find. “I just thought that everyone was going to be so happy for me and we could, like, finally be free and it would just all be super great and, like, sunshine and rainbows and butterflies and wedding bells or whatever from there,” Ferrell kept in mind. Instead she discovered herself continuously safeguarding a guy who declined to state those 3 little words.
“When you’re with someone and you care about someone, you stick up for that person, you have their back and that’s what I did for him,” she discussed. “And I felt like I did that for him, so he should have met me halfway and made things a little easier for me, but that wasn’t really the case.”
Faced with leaving her life in Kansas City to sign up with a guy in Miami who wasn’t all-in, she picked herself: “I felt like I was still on the show, like, waiting to be picked and I wanted him to choose me,” she remembered. “Like I wanted him to fully commit and be in it like I was. And the just never really happened.”