'Bachelor's' Amber Tierney: Jenna was 'a hot mess'

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amber-tierney-bachelor.jpg Amber Tierney from Nebraska was one of the first seven girls eliminated on "The Bachelor's" two-hour premiere Monday night (Jan. 2). She agrees with our assessment that it was a bit surprising she went home.

On deciding to do "The Bachelor":

"I kinda did it on a whim. One of my friends is a huge fan of the show ... I didn't know if I really wanted to, and she kind of talked me into it."

On her going home:

"I was a little surprised. I was a little bit disappointed as well just because I did see that Jenna had gotten a rose. It kind of made me question Ben's choices, but then I kind of realized she was pretty fragile at that time."

Speaking of Jenna ...

"Personally, I kind of thought she was a little bit of a hot mess ... I was pretty shocked with how upset that she did get. She was a little emotionally unstable, but then again, it's a really long night of shooting and everyone's tired and emotions can definitely be a little more exaggerated in that situation ... drinking is involved, she'd had a couple too many drinks as well."

On Ben's favorites:

"Possibly [Courtney is] one of his favorites. I'm wondering if when he gets to know her ... she seemed a little cold to me. One of my favorites was actually Nicki, she's from Texas, she was really cool. He also seemed to have a connection with Kacie."

"The Bachelor" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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