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Comments and queries for the week of November 25

Fans react to The Bachelorette Canada finale

We can’t know or judge Jasmine’s true feelings, but from an outside perspective, it does seem that she chose lust over love. I don’t doubt that she felt a connection with both men, but I feel she chose the more superficial relationship of the two. Mikhel is pure class and a truly kind and genuine person. Anyone could see how much he cared for Jasmine and what a loving and devoted partner he would be. I don’t think Kevin is a bad man, but he was jealous and overbearing early on, which is alarming. Jasmine is obviously attracted to Kevin and while a physical connection is important, it’s not enough to sustain a relationship. His mother is a completely other problem and I can’t imagine getting engaged to someone with so much animosity coming from a close family member. She will be a nightmare mother-in-law. I wish Jasmine the best and hope everything works out, but have doubt that it will with Kevin. He still has so much maturing to do before he is ready for the kind of commitment that Jasmine wants. I wish the best for Mikhel. I sincerely hope he finds true, lasting love. A man as good as him is a rarity and any person would be lucky to have him as a partner. —Jackie

This woman needs to give her head a shake I’m sorry, but she picked the wrong guy when she picked Kevin. I don’t think they have anything in common and she is setting herself up for a big disappointment. Sorry to say this, but girly you haven’t thought things out very clearly. —Chloe

After watching The Bachelorette Canada from the very first episode, I can’t believe I missed the last and final episode. However, I knew all along she was going to pick Kevin anyway. Most women like the sexy bad boys. As for Kevin, they say “nice guys always finish last.” You can’t ignore chemistry, and it sounds like it’s off to a bad start, but I wish Jasmine and Kevin a long and happy life together. I think both of them should keep an eye on the green-eyed monster, though. —Gabriella

I too think that Jasmine made a huge mistake! Kevin was a nice enough guy, but we could all see he could be explosive, jealous and unpredictable, and that’s a bad start to any relationship. There have already been conflicts in the first few months and I cry red flag! Been there, done that, then married the right one the second time around. With Mikhel, she would have had a forever love. He would have loved her deeply and fully his whole life and I honestly feel she would have not ever had a day where she didn’t know she was loved and cared for. He was just beaming with love for her and he was the most genuine, classy, amazing, smart and caring man. He was a man, pure and simple. The TOTAL package. My No. 1 pick from the start along with Thomas! Canada does love Mikhel and we wish him all the happiness in the world. Secretly, I hope Jasmine sees the err of her ways and somehow she and Mikhel end up together! —Erin

What a waste of time. Jasmine was obviously not looking for true love. She made a mistake. —Kelly

Jasmine picked the wrong guy. Guys like Kevin are a lot of work and exhausting! I used to always choose men like him but, for once, I chose a man who puts me above everything else and I tell you truthfully no comparison it is a breath of fresh air! It is such a waste of time to argue and be miserable and then waste four-five years of our life realizing it’s never going to work. So then we are 30-35 and life goes fast then your 40 and having to start all over again. Why bother? Don’t waste your time in your prime years being unhappy and stressed out. Choose someone like Mikhel, who is genuine and has not only his feet on the ground but who is also level-headed and just makes perfect sense. Please all you women out there, don’t keep falling for the bad guy look because you know what? You get the bad guy! —Denise

 

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Prior to becoming a television critic and partner at TV, Eh?, Greg David was a critic for TV Guide Canada, the country's most trusted source for TV news. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes folks from hundreds of television series from Canada, the U.S. and internationally. He is a podcaster, public speaker, weekly radio guest and educator, and past member of the Television Critics Association.
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