She’s been one of the most controversial contestants on this season of The Bachelor New Zealand, and it looks like Bachelor fans aren’t wasting any time letting Nazanin Khanjani know how they really feel.
In a new promo for the Women Tell All post-finale event, an audience member interrupts the Iranian-born landscaper during her chat with host Mike Puru, shouting: “You’re a bitch!”
At that, the brunette beauty – who was dumped by Bachelor Jordan Mauger during last night’s episode – turns to face her hater head-on.
“Do you want to come here and say it? I dare you. I f---king dare you,” she says.
“You guys have no f---ing idea what it’s like, because you weren’t in my shoes.”
The bolshie Bachelorette got her heart broken during the finale of the hit show this week, after Jordan chose to give 26-year-old Fleur Verhoeven an impressive silver sparkler in lieu of the last rose.
“I will cherish every moment of this whole thing,” Naz told Jordan at the time.
“Fleur is a very beautiful girl, you’ll be very happy with her.”
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Earlier, Naz revealed that her much-publicised scheming and that notorious ‘hit list’ were all part of an effort to try and help Jordan by showing him which women had true intentions.
“But a lot of people took it the wrong way. They thought I was just trying to be nasty, stir stuff up and create drama, but I actually wasn’t,” she told us.
“I like Jordan a lot and when I heard things being said behind his back when he or the cameras weren’t around, I thought he deserved to know.”
However, after Jordan made it clear he wasn’t impressed by her tale-telling, Naz confessed that she “should have trusted him to make the right decision”.
The Women Tell All special airs tonight at 7.30pm on TV3
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