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'Bachelor' Star Kacie Boguskie Thinks "Manipulative" Courtney Robertson Wins Ben Flajnik's Heart

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Feb. 29 2012, Published 4:01 a.m. ET

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The Bachelor's sweetheart Kacie Boguskie, who was sent home after the hometown dates, appears on The Ellen Show today and reveals which bachelorette she thinks Ben Flajnik will choose in the end. 

Although Kacie admits that Ben broke her heart and "stomped on it a few times," she also tells Ellen DeGeneres that he is a good guy, who just might end up getting his heart broken as well, thanks to this season's villain and finalist, Courtney Robertson.  

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"She is maniupulative," Kacie says of Courtney. "You know you can’t edit someone to say those things. She really did say those things and she acted that way around us, but she acted the same way she did around Ben, so its hard to know which one she really is." 

But despite all that, Kacie has a feeling that Ben will pick Courtney over Lindzi Cox in the end. 

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"I think he picks Courtney," Kacie tells Ellen, who agrees and asks, "Do you think he’s sorry?"

"I think that Monday nights are probably hard for him and Tuesday mornings because there’s probably a lot of questions," Kacie replies. "But I hope he’s happy." 

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That's when Ellen reveals that she has an exclusive clip from The Women Tell All special that airs this Monday on ABC, which shows all the women, including Kacie, ganging up on Courtney.

"I don't wish that on anybody," Ellen says after watching the cat-fight clip. "I think that must have felt really bad for her, but she really did say some nasty things, and you know, karma is a b***h."  

We couldn't agree more Ellen! Watch the video below! 

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