The Bachelor’s Vienna is a WHAT?

March 22, 2010 at 10:58 am (PR Connections, PRCA 3030)

Okay, as you reality TV buffs may know, Vienna (the evil blonde) won out Jake’s heart on this season of the Bachelor. Yes, she was hated by many across the nation for her vindictive side, fried hair extensions, and scandelous attitude on the show. But if the beautiful Jake Pavelka is happy, we’re happy right?

Not only did Vienna win the show, but it also came out that she was in a sorority…Kappa Delta. Now I am a KD at Georgia Southern and most people know that you can’t base a sorority at one school on the same one at a different school in a different state. But it’s hard not to imagine that Vienna being a part of something might influence those girls who are going through recruitment the following fall here. Is that what these girls first opinion is going to be? On Vienna? I hope not, but I think this is why National Kappa Delta has rules in which you may  not contact the press or state publicly on any national or local broadcast that you are a KD unless you are talking about a KD function.


1 Comment

  1. katiann4710 said,

    I understand where you are coming from. Vienna was disliked by so many that watched last season of “The Bachelor.” I would have to say that I myself too, didn’t want Vienna to win Jake’s heart, but I think we all deep down knew it was coming. 😦 As far as recruitment for next year, I’m sure you have nothing to worry about. The girls going through cannot base their opinion or judgements off of one girl. And if they do, well then they aren’t the smartest at making decisions. Our sorority questioned the same issue when our own chapter member Mindy Finny went on the reality TV show, “Mama’s Boys.” Similar to the Bachelor, girls try to win over a guys feelings. Ironically our Mindy did just that and won the show. After this, even with a reputation as being a sweetheart on the show, we questioned what girls would think after seeing one of our sorority sisters announce that she was a Zeta at GSU on TV. Overall, everything worked out fine, and once girls meet more of your chapter members they seem to forget about the misconception they might have had going into recruitment.
    -Kati Ann

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