It's probably no surprise Caridi will be the drama-starting bachelorette because she's rubbed girls the wrong way ever since receiving The Bachelor star Ben Higgins' coveted First Impression Rose.
Caridi has made things worse for herself in the last couple of episodes, as she's not afraid to be the first person to steal Higgins away for alone time -- even when she already has a rose -- or flaunt their chemistry.
"Last week Olivia started becoming a divisive figure in the house, but this week the deal was really sealed. From this point on, it's really Olivia versus the other women in the house, and things are about to get even more heated," Harrison wrote in his Yahoo! TV blog.
Caridi may be confident and aggressive, but she doesn't deserve to be talked about behind her back. In Monday night's episode, a group of girls poked fun at the news anchor's ugly toes, bad breath and fake breasts. Jealous much?
"The women had a lot to say about Olivia, her appearance, and even her breath, and at some point it's important to ask this question: is this a case of groupthink? Or is Olivia really as bad as they say? As we move forward, keep asking yourself this question. What do you think?" Harrison explained.
Sharpe recently made herself an outcast in the house because she is a bit socially awkward, feels like no one "gets" her and has a sarcastic sense of humor. Like Caridi, Sharpe also pursues Higgins even when she's safe from elimination.
However, the bachelorettes will apparently continue to take up arms with Caridi.
"As tensions mount, I expect more and more of [the drama] to revolve around Olivia, who has been in the sights of every woman since the first night. How that progresses is yet to be seen, but tune in next week as we head to Las Vegas," Harrison said.