'Bachelor's' Michelle Money on 'Ellen': 'There's a little bit of crazy in me'

michelle-money-ellen-degeneres.jpg "The Bachelor's" latest eliminee Michelle Money stops by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Wednesday (Feb. 16) to talk about her experience, who she thinks Brad picks and that she really is a little crazy.

On who Michelle thinks Brad picks:

Ellen: It seemed like you did have chemistry [with Brad] and it seemed like he did like you. But then what happened?
Michelle: I think at the end of the day, I'm not Brad's type. I think it was in Anguilla when you could kind of tell his heart was with someone else.
Ellen: Who? Who do you think it's with?
Michelle: Emily.
Ellen: I do too. At the beginning I kind of picked her but it seemed too obvious.
Michelle: Well, they're like Ken and Barbie. They look like they should be together.

On Michelle's shocking exit:


Michelle: Brad and I did get to have a conversation.
Ellen: You did?
Michelle: Yeah. It was a good conversation. I got my closure. We said really great things to each other.
Ellen: On camera?
Michelle: Yes.
Ellen: So they just didn't air that?
Michelle: They just forgot.
Ellen: You said what things? He just said not the right relationship?
Michelle: Well, yeah. I just wished him the best. Obviously at the end of the day, I did want a rose and I did want to be there but he just wasn't that into me. What else can I say? I wished him the very best. I think the world of him. Brad is an amazing man. I just said anyone here is lucky to be with you and I wish you all the best. And he said the same thing.
Ellen: You said all that and we didn't see any of it?
Michelle: Yeah.

( Editor's note: That isn't exactly what host Chris Harrison says happened when she left.)

On Ellen thinking Michelle was "crazy":

Ellen: I like that about you, that you're straight up. But you seemed a little crazy.
Michelle: I will say, any time there's creepy music playing, anyone is going to look crazy.
Ellen: No. The crazy music gives us an indication. Here it comes. Crazy.
Michelle: That's the truth. There's a little bit of crazy in me.
Ellen: There's crazy in you, admit it.
Michelle: Absolutely.


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