This was probably the last thing Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky and her fiancé wanted to talk about, seeing as though this is supposed to be the happiest time of their lives. “I don’t think we’re in any position to give them advice,” Ali told us.
Her words of wisdom for Eva? “Keep your
head up. There is light at the end of the road. Everything happens for
a reason. Just have faith and be strong. She’ll get through it.”
We hope Ali and Roberto don’t end up in the same boat—The Bachelor/Bachelorette engagements aren’t usually long-lasting!
Kimora Lee Simmons, who’s been through a divorce herself from Russell Simmons, said she wasn’t shocked at all by the news of Eva divorcing. “Nothing surprises me,” she said. “Who was surprised.”
She offered advice based on her own experience, saying, “I went through that too and I’m
very happy and very much in love. You just have to find the best fit
for yourself. I wouldn’t knock it, I’ve been there before, it’s easy to
point the finger. Do the best you can.”
Whitney Port thinks Eva just needs to be with her friends right now. “Just to surround herself with people that truly love her that she can
draw strength from,” she said.
Amber Stevens thinks the best way to deal with a break-up is to stay positive. She said,
“I sympathize and I’m
sorry for anyone that goes through a break up and I hope they just
stay focused on their careers and don’t give up on love.”
Aubrey O'Day told us it may seem bad right now, but it’s for the best in the long run. “I think its always messy to advise people on their relationships,” she said.
“I think those things work themselves out and if they don’t, I think
whatever ends up happening is usually for the best.”
Kimora’s reaction about not being surprised may seem harsh, but it is true. It really seems more and more that Hollywood relationships just don’t work out.
Why do you think that is? Tell us in the comments!