Once upon a time, there was a girl named Kendall Long, who for all intents and purposes, I viewed as one of the sweeter and innocent contestants on ABC's Bachelor. While she gave Joe Amabile an initial chase and tough time on Bachelor in Paradise, she eventually started a relationship with him.
After Joe gained fame from performing on Dancing with the Stars, Kendall and Joe traveled around the world. Joe frequently posted videos while he enjoyed various cuisines around the world. Joe also started a business which sold upside down Frown apparel. The two eventually split, and Joe continues to make food related videos, and Kendall, well Kendall appears to be searching for her passion.
While with Joe, Kendall Long dressed modestly and had a quiet disposition and persona. Recently, I noticed a change in that and commented on it using Instagram. Kendall replied to the message, and she showed her not-so-innocent side in not only the picture, but in her reply. I responded once more to her, and this time I included a generalized statement about showcasing the brain versus sex. Since that time, there has been more than 20 comments regarding the post. Check out what started this interaction. I've decided to not respond to any of the comments at this time, feel free to check them out on her Instagram page.
If you check Kendall Long's Instagram page, you can read the 21 comments that followed.
Feel free to add comments to this page.
As we watch Bachelor, Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, we've seen individuals turned into Reality Stars portrayed as villains, heroes, independent women, damsels in distress, and more. We've also seen unique individuals who find very entertaining and some become fan favorites.
Would you agree that Paul John Jones is a fan favorite? There is something special about the way he carries himself, at least on the big screen. When Tayshia responded with a "I'm not there yet..." to Paul John Jones request for a commitment on the last episode of Bachelor in Paradise, and Paul John Jones quickly exited the scene; I was very surprised that they ended up together after the show. Were you surprised? How did you view Tayshia? I viewed her as someone who is more on the vain side. No offense to her, as I think she is just a product of her environment, as California is full of vain people. I saw John Paul Jones as someone who is more on the intellectual side. He has a lot of depth. I did recognize during their episodes that they are both playful, but is that enough?
In the end, it's good to take a chance on love, because you never know which side of the rose you will stand. Wish them the best.