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Courtney doesn't hold back from shaking her breasts at every opportunity. Ben talks to Lindzi, telling her how easygoing she is. He grabs Courtney for some private time, and they kiss. She goes back to her room and puts on makeup, hoping Ben will visit her room. "I don't know what the hell I'm going to do," he tells her.
Says Ben, "I want to let you know that I really appreciate the fact that you notice me and you're assertive and confident. Don't stop doing it."She whines: "I feel like I need to keep that spark alive. All seems fine until Emily goes back to the girls and tries to apologize to Courtney. "That would be better than getting a rose." She waits, waits, waits. Blakeley pulls Ben away for a while and presents him with a scrapbook of her feelings.
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You don't have to wear a safety harness, and there are often fries.Nonetheless, the pair split for good a few months after the show’s finale.Robertson communicates with Flajnik via e-mail every now and then, and was as surprised as everyone else when rumors surfaced that he was dating 58-year-old Kris Jenner earlier this year. “It seems like they were pretty close there for a while.” After a rebound fling with “The Bachelorette” alum Arie Luyendyk Jr., she’s now happily single. So when they were filming in Puerto Rico and she had an urge to skinny-dip with her suitor in the Atlantic, she didn’t hold back. “It was immediate but it was only for about 20 seconds and, um, it was just the tip.” The raven-haired beauty was dubbed a “man-eater,” “liar” and “mean girl” by other contestants during her stint on Season 16 of “The Bachelor.” Her caustic jabs at competitors during the confessional interviews, and take-no-prisoners focus on Flajnik, made her a lightning rod for tabloids.The viewers saw Robertson with her arms wrapped around Flajnik’s neck, the waves breaking against them. But Robertson, 30, estimates that less than one percent of the footage shot ended up airing — and she’s dishing on the other 99 percent in “I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain,” out June 24.