The break-up of latest "The Bachelor" couple will not be a case of 'he said, she said' any longer. Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi will come face to face again and tell the world the real reason of their split in "The Bachelorette" special.
ABC, in its quick move, has arranged the two to reunite on July 5. Telling Extra's Mario Lopez, Jake explained what viewers can expect. "Hopefully, it's gonna be some closure for me," Jake said. "America was there and stood with me at the birth of our relationship, and I think I owe it to them and to myself and Vienna to let everybody be there at the end of it."
"That everybody understands that it was real. And I don't regret it. I regret what is happening right now. But I don't regret the decision that I made. I made the best decision on 'The Bachelor'."
Off the special episode, Jake revealed what actually prompted him to split from his fiancee. "There was a serious lack of respect in the relationship. I would like to think that she didn't cheat. That's my side right there," he said.
"Fame changes people," he continued. "She feels like 'Dancing with the Stars' should have been hers, but in my view, I felt like it was ours. She started to get insanely jealous over these wonderful things that were happening in life, and they directly affected her. I saw her frustrations, so I tried to include her in everything I did."
Jake also blasts Vienna for going to Star Magazine to talk about their break-up. "What did I ever do to you that you would go down and sell your story to a magazine? Is being famous that important to you? If you don't want to be with me, that's OK," he fumed. "But there's a very amicable way to split relationships up and she did it the wrong way!"