The Best ‘Bachelorette’ Villains in History (VIDEO)
When JJ Lane and Clint Arlis coined the phrase “villains gotta vill” on Kaitlyn Bristowe’s Bachelorette 2015 season, franchise fans probably either rolled their eyes or stifled a laugh. But you have to admit — there’s just something about a Bachelorette villain viewers love (to hate).
The show has had no shortage of troublemakers over its 11 seasons, and while they may have made us throw things at our TV screens, they’ve also stayed in our memories for years. For example, any true Bachelor Nation-er will never not be able to sing along to “they say that love, it don't come easy.” And “Rated R” doesn’t just refer to a movie for mature audiences anymore.
We’re counting down our top five picks for the biggest and best Bachelorette villains in the show’s history. Check out the video above to relive that time when one guy caused Emily Maynard to go “West Virginia hood rat backwoods on his a—s,” and many more nefarious moments.
Plus, tune into Bachelor in Paradise every week on Sunday and Monday at 8 p.m ET on ABC to see JJ and other rabble-rousers from years past stir up trouble south of the border!