Angie Kent Apologised For Not Booting Ciarran And Timm Sooner On ‘The Bachelorette’

And using an iconic 'Mean Girls' quote too!

It seems like former Bachelorette Angie Kent has some serious regrets over letting Ciarran Stott and Timm Hanly earn top spots on her season of The Bachelorette Australia, after watching the recent drama unfold on Bachelor In Paradise.

Shared by Bachelor meme Instagram Bachie Funny, Kent made a comment about a post that showed Mean Girls character Miss Norbury (played by Tina Fey) asking her class if they’ve ever felt “victimised by Ciarran Stott” and the faces featured the ladies from this year’s season of Bachelor In Paradise.

Commenting on the post, Kent said: “Sorry Straya’! If I knew sooner, I would’ve sent him and his hype man home second episode when I sent old mate Politician home, because NO ONE f**ks with my sisterhood.”

“Sorry that at some point we were all victimised by Regina George,” she added.

And it seems like she wasn’t the only one who thought so. Kiki Morris, from this season of Bachelor In Paradise Australia responded with a simple “hahaha”, while Abbie Chatfield followed up with multiple praise hands emojis.

And potentially the most satisfying of all, Renee Barrett publically agreed with Kent by writing “dead” with laughing emojis.

This isn’t the first time that Kent has called out male contestants for misogynistic behaviour. On her season of The Bachelorette, Kent famously asked Jess Glasgow to leave the show, after he had been making inappropriate and sexist comments towards Kent and a number of The Bachelorette‘s female crew. 

“If there is anything in my entire life that I’ve been super sure of, I will never allow a man to come in and f**k with my sisterhood. Never,” Kent told Glasgow on the show.

“If a man can’t accept and respect what I’m putting down, I’d rather be single for the rest of my life.”

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