Tierra LiCausi, as it turns out, would have done things on “The Bachelor” if she had it to do again.
“It seems like a big issue to them was, I wasn’t friendly. So, I would just probably go out of my way to be more friendlier to them, to know that I’m trying to be nice and be respectful to them and cordial,” Tierra told Access Hollywood following the taping of “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All.”
Tierra, who left the show without “Bachelor” Sean, or a new set of pals, said sitting through “The Women Tell All,” and hearing the women’s complaints about her was difficult.
“It was definitely hard to see the women and to face them and to see what they truly had to say behind my back, when I wasn’t around in the room or whatever,” she said. “It’s just hard, like they don’t take a step back and see that I’m trying and I’m trying to take a step and I came here and I faced it and I just have to move on and recognize it, I guess.”
Tierra is now engaged to a man she knew before the show, and she said she is happy.
“Yes, I am engaged and I’m very excited and this has just been very overwhelming,” she said. “I want to get back to my life and all the positives that have come in and out of this.”