'Bachelor Pad's' Tenley Molzahn on Kiptyn, Ali and Roberto, the next 'Bachelor'



"Bachelor Pad" is off to a fantastic start, with romance and drama running rampant through the house after just one episode. Zap2it caught up with Tenley Molzahn at the KTLA News Morning Show to find about her experience on the show and what she thought of her friend Ali Fedotowsky's "Bachelorette" season.

"'Bachelor Pad' was definitely a ton of fun," gushes Molzahn. "Just a whole bunch of great people."

One of the great people in the "Bachelor Pad" house is Kiptyn Locke from Jillian Harris' season of "The Bachelorette." There have been rumors swirling of a possible romance blossoming between Molzahn and Locke.

"Kiptyn is one of the most genuine men I have ever met. Kiptyn is probably just one of the most gracious people that you will ever come upon," Molzahn says. "I was just admiring him throughout the whole show ... what I can say about Kiptyn is if he has a possibility of still winning that $250,000, I think we could see him walking away with it."

Way to side-step that romance question, Tenley. She does tell us later that they are still "just friends," as she smiles and giggles.

Speaking of romance, Molzahn and Fedotowsky became good friends through their time on "The Bachelor," and Molzahn just had to find out what happened next on "The Bachelorette."

"I couldn't miss an episode, I had to watch my girl and root for her," says Molzahn. "For next 'Bachelor,' I would say Chris [ Lambton] ... [He's sensitive like I am], so it might be a little overwhelming for Chris, but if he is the next 'Bachelor' ... I wish him the best."

Molzahn was also a fan of Ali's final pick, Roberto Martinez.

"I cannot tell you how giddy I was after actually seeing them together. It's definitely real, which I am so thrilled about."

"Bachelor Pad" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

In case you missed it, watch Ali's KTLA interview below:

 


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