The Bachelor Lindzi Cox talks about being led on and If she’ll be next Bachelorette, video below. The emotional finale of The Bachelor left viewers feeling pity for Lindzi Cox, who told Ben Flajnik to “call her” if his relationship with Courtney Robertson didn’t work out. Some time has passed and now the reality TV reject is doing better than ever, which was obvious and good to see during her first post-Bachelor interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night.

“I think in the moment, obviously, you’re like getting off this helicopter in Switzerland and you’re maybe going to get engaged to or maybe you’re going to get dumped,” the newly brunette Lindzi said, remembering her time on ABC’s hit reality show. “In hindsight, he made his decision and I’m in a really good place. I’m happy with how it ended up. I respect it.”

The Seattle native also admitted she never hated Courtney (“I didn’t dislike her”) but also said she “never saw that [evil] side of Courtney.” “We weren’t friends, but we were cool,” she explained. “It was a good ending. I’m happy for them. I’m happy for me. I don’t wish ill for them. I wish the best for them. Ben’s a nice guy.”

Lindzi couldn’t help but add, “…Maybe he [led me on] a little bit.” When Jimmy pushed Lindzi about being the next Bachelorette after Emily Maynard, she didn’t seem unenthused by the idea. “I think I would like to have all those options though,” she said, smiling, “How fun would it be to have all these roses?”

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