“The Golden Bachelor” star regrets the show: “I made a mistake”
“Golden Bachelor” star Gerry Turner regretted choosing to go on the reality TV show, as viewers prepared to watch him hand out his final rose.
“I think I made a mistake,” said Gerry in the final preview. “The only time I’ve felt worse in my entire life was when my wife died, and god—- this is the second one.
“If I had known this was the level of pain I would cause someone, I would never have taken the first step on this journey.”
Gerry will present his final rose in the final episode, airing on November 30.
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The old restaurateur will decide between the two remaining women. He cried about the decision, saying he “took a really good person and broke their heart.”
Despite the heartbreak, Gerry found the woman of his dreams in the new franchise series “Bachelor”.
“I’m going to propose to the woman I love and the woman with whom I want to start a whole new life,” he said during his confession in the preview. “This is the big day I’ve gone through all this to enjoy it.”
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America has been watching Gerry find love again on the ABC show after his wife died in 2017 of an undisclosed illness. The two were high school sweethearts and were married in 1974.
“She got robbed. Every day that goes by, that’s my thought,” Gerry said before “Good Morning America.”
“Her picture is on a dresser in my closet. Every morning I say to her, ‘What do you think of this?’ For a while it seemed like I had a hard time figuring out if she would be okay, but we always told each other that when one of us is gone, we want the other happy [for me]. She says, ‘Yes, Gerry. Do this.'”
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While on his new journey for love, Gerry revealed that he made a promise to his family – that he broke.
“There was one. I promised my daughters and granddaughters I wouldn’t kiss anyone on night one,” Gerry told the New York Post. “And I failed.”
“As far as I can remember, I think I only failed once.
However, Gerry had “no regrets” about that moment, telling the outlet, “By the time the second and third night rolled around, I feel like I ‘kiss every woman there is. So, you know, there are different levels of respect.’
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