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Contestant from "The Bachelor" visits Mix 106.1 and WMFD-TV

Story By: Chris Metcalf

 

 

 
 

Interview from Mix 106.1 Tony and Chelley Morning Show

 
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  Original Published: 3/14/2014

Fans of the show, The Bachelor will love this one! Chelsie Webster, a 2007 Lexington graduate and contestant on the most-recent season of ABC's The Bachelor visited our studios today.

She talked with Tony and Chelley on Mix 106.1 this morning, took a tour of our studio and sat down to talk with us about her experience on the show. Chelsie says her first impression of Bachelor Juan Pablo was a good one.

"My first impression of Juan Pablo was, well, he's cuter in person. Other than that, he was a really fun guy. The first thing that we actually did, the first conversation besides my dorky little science spiel that I gave him when I got out of the limo, we went into a photo booth together and we took pictures, and we were silly, and I was like 'Oh, so this guy is fun.' He can be fun... that was my first impression of him."

"I had a great time with him. He was nothing but a gentlemen the entire time that I was there. After the fact, seeing some stuff on TV that I didn't see in person, I think my perspective on him changed a little bit."

"It's not like he's a bad guy; I think he's just a bad guy for the show."

Her one piece of advice... be very sure of who you are before going on a show like this.

Click here to listen to the complete interview from the Mix 106.1 Tony and Chelley Morning show.

   
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