Words matter. These are the best Kaitlyn Bristowe Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Citi Field is one of the coolest spots I’ve been to. It was so much fun to hold a cocktail party and rose ceremony there.
I always think about taking 10 random people off the street and trying to pair them. Probably a lot of them are not going to work out, but randomly one might. That’s basically what they’re doing on ‘The Bachelorette.’ Here’s 25 guys, see if you like one of them and it might work out.
While my season of ‘The Bachelorette’ was airing, people would call me awful, awful names. They’d question my integrity and character.
You can’t let people control your feelings, or you’ll live a pretty miserable life trying to change them.
I have a really crazy cackle laugh, and I think sometimes people don’t realize that they’re not laughing at my jokes, they’re actually just laughing because of my laugh.
I don’t like dragging people.
I am an honest person, and that includes showing my emotions – good or bad.
It’s always my biggest insecurity – disappointing myself or my partner.
Time flies when you’re on an emotional roller coaster.
A lot of the people in the ‘Bachelor’ family have got my back.
Ruby Woo by MAC is my fav.
I think when you’re looking for a lifetime partnership, intimacy is obviously a part of that.
Some people have different beliefs and aren’t going to agree with everything you do. There’s nothing you can do to change their minds. All you can do is have your own voice and believe in your own beliefs.
I don’t want my bridesmaids looking better than me.
That’s why I love wine, it opens people up, brings people together, and it’s an important part of so many of my favourite memories.
My dog, Ramen… is the only one that keeps me calm when I experience being close to a panic attack and when I feel that pain and heat in my chest. That’s what emotional support animals do.
I have two great examples of a father. My dad is honestly my hero and sets the bar high for how a man should treat a woman. My stepmother is a caring, genuine and supportive woman. My mom is a spunky strong woman with a huge heart. And my sister is just a pure angel. There is a lot of love in my family.
I just want an intimate beach wedding.
I think a few bullets have been dodged in my ‘Bachelor’ journey.
It is too exhausting to try and make everyone happy or pretend.
There is something about a guy who has a great relationship with his sisters.
The very idea of family is something I hold so close to my heart.
I grew up dancing and singing and I just love everything about that.
I believe men and women should be afforded the same opportunities.
I’ve loved and been so passionate about dance since I was three years old, and it’s really what I wanted to do as a career.
For me, everybody knows I’m outspoken.
I share a lot of my life with everybody.
My grandparents were best friends in kindergarten and never loved anyone again.
Like, I just feel like the way a man speaks to a woman – the way that people speak to each other – it’s a respect thing.
When I was approached with the idea of two Bachelorettes, I was definitely not jumping for joy. It was more like, pouting for hours.
I’m attracted to men who know what they want and go after it.
Shin splints are something I actually suffered with a lot in my younger years of dancing. I know the pain and it’s not fun.
I am human, and I am also honest.
When you decide to come on to ‘The Bachelor’ or ‘The Bachelorette,’ you make a conscious decision to share your journey. But what people sometimes forget is our families don’t necessarily make that same choice. They aren’t the ones who sign up for this experience.
Let me tell you, I am not a girl who loves to get flowers. I love the sweet gesture, but those things are high-maintenance!
It’s okay to be annoyed with your significant other and feel overwhelmed at times.
Nothing beats a good tan, but I’ve also been trying to avoid sun exposure on my face as much as possible.
Yeah, I grew up doing ballet and jazz and tap, but I stopped at the age of 25, and I’ve never stepped foot in a ballroom.
I’ve always in some way tried to rebel against the norm, but there’s always been a voice deep inside that pressures me to look my best, not leave the house without makeup, etc.
As I get older – and wiser of course – I appreciate natural beauty in a different way.
I’m telling you, I’m going into ‘Dancing With The Stars’ being like ‘Okay this is my last hurrah,’ because I’m ready to have babies.
Whenever I see my family, we always drink wine and play cards together.
I have an amazing family dynamic.
I get comments all the time about my weight just because I’m really tiny.
Do I have some regrets? Of course.
Reverse washing was a huge game changer for me, because if anyone knows me, they know I am obsessed with getting volume in my hair.
I pushed away a lot of friendships.
When women come together, we’re unstoppable.
I love connecting with other women.
Being in the spotlight, you’re always picked apart. It’s not easy. But over time I’ve realized that you can’t please everyone and when you feel overwhelmed, just take a step back. Love yourself first.
I love being in a dance studio.
You cannot make somebody else responsible for your own happiness.
Because of social media, we’re so fixated on our appearances.
I love when a guy has some sort of talent.
Using Tan-Luxe makes it easy to not expose my face to the sun because I know I can still get that natural tan. It’s very easy to apply, and I love the bronzed color it turns into – definitely not an orange tone at all.
If you had asked me when I was little, like, ‘Imagine you were on Broadway,’ I’d be like, ‘Yeah, right.’
Social media is always a highlight reel. I think it’s about finding the right accounts to follow. There are so many refreshing ones out there to follow that will inspire you or make you feel better.
I never really thought about pursuing singing because my whole life was about dance and singing just kind of came with it.
Sometimes you need to take a moment and take a step back to think about what you are fighting for and if it make sense for your long-term happiness.
Everything I do – whether it be the podcast, the wine, scrunchies, my live spring break tour – I always want it to be about empowerment and bringing women together and feeling strong.
I’m an open book. I share a lot of my life with everybody.
It’s unbelievable to me that someone can go on someone’s photo and comment on their weight. It’s not healthy for anyone.
I’m good at finding good deals!
I love going to Broadway shows.
I’ll never forget my mom coming into the room middle of the night with YouTube videos of hypnotizing people saying, ‘You’re happy, you’re going to be okay,’ and she just played it in my ear as I slept.
I’m obsessed with my scrunchies!
I think a lot of women feel pressure to have kids, especially when you get engaged. And for me, I’m like, I don’t want that pressure on myself.
I’ve always dreamt about having kids more so than my wedding day. When it comes to colors, flowers, dresses… no idea. But if you ask me about kids; how many I want, names, genders? I’ll have a full list for you!
After my time on ‘The Bachelorette,’ I launched my podcast called ‘Off the Vine.’ The premise is simple, my guests and I open a bottle of wine and have some good conversation.
Some people have their beliefs and what they think is right and wrong in a relationship.