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'Bachelorette' Ali Fedotowsky: I didn't need any warning about Craig M.

By Christopher Rocchio, 06/01/2010 

Ali Fedotowsky claims she didn't need any warnings from Jonathan about his fellow The Bachelorette suitor Craig M..

"Jonathan warned me about Craig M., but honestly, I already knew something was up with him. I was thankful that Jonathan had my back and let me know about it; otherwise, I would have just been speculating," Fedotowsky wrote in her People blog about last night's The Bachelorette broadcast.

"I didn't want to address Craig M. about it on the date, though, so I waited until the rose ceremony to confront him."

Craig M., a 34-year-old in dental sales from Sarnia, Canada, was one of three bachelors booted by Fedotowsky at the Rose Ceremony after Jonathan, a 30-year-old weatherman from Houston, TX, warned her that he was "dangerous" after she promised she wouldn't share his comments with the other men.

However Fedotowsky did tell Craig M. another suitor had warned her that he was "dangerous" when she decided to confront him prior to the Rose Ceremony -- after which he quickly fingered Jonathan as the bachelor that had singled him out.

"I needed to feel confident going into my conversation with Craig M. I feel bad that he was able to pinpoint Jonathan after I told him that someone called him dangerous," wrote Fedotowsky.  "I didn't realize that Craig would know whom I was talking about."

In addition to Craig M., Fedotowsky also booted Chris H., a 27-year-old real estate developer from Vancouver, Canada, and Tyler V., a 25-year-old in online advertising from Chelsea, VT.

"At the end of the night, I felt confident in my decision to let Craig M, Tyler, and Chris H. go," she wrote. "It's never easy, but I felt a sense of relief knowing that I was one step closer to hopefully finding the love of my life."

Fedotowsky also reiterated in her blog that her one-on-one date with Frank, a 31-year-old retail manager, from Geneva, IL, was "the most fun I've ever had on a first date in my whole life."

"As soon as Frank got into the car we clicked. He is so easy to talk to and super funny, which is exactly what I have been looking for. I knew he was a good match for me when we were both able to laugh about the fact that our car broke down in the middle of the highway," she wrote.

"I could not believe that happened! I'm actually glad it did though because it's such a fun story to tell. The only downside is that Frank never even tried to fix it! C'mon, Frank! At least try! Luckily the rest of the date went perfectly and by the end of the night, we had made a very strong connection."

Fedotowsky also had a group date with 12 of her suitors, which she described as "very overwhelming" but important since it had them shooting a "Sexy Guys" calendar for charity.

"I'm so glad that we got the chance to do something for charity since giving back is really important to me. However, the photo shoot kept us super busy so it was hard to focus on getting to know the guys," she wrote.

"And I still can't believe the guys put on those Speedos!!! I swear I knew nothing about the outfits before we went on the date and I actually felt bad for the guys, but they were all such great sports. I'm sure they were thrilled once we all put on regular clothes and headed to H Wood in Hollywood. I was really glad that I was able to spend a lot of one-on-one time with the guys at the afterparty."

The Bachelorette's next sixth-season episode will air on Monday, June 7 at 8PM ET/PT.

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