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Emily Maynard on Chantal O'Brien: "I Would Have Picked Her"

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Mar. 15 2011, Published 8:46 a.m. ET

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Emily Maynard may have received the final rose from Brad Womack, but she isn't exactly happy with how her 38-year-old Texan fiancé acted with the other ladies while he was filming the The Bachelor. Viewers saw a different side of Emily last night on the After the Final Rose special. She seemed insecure of her relationship with Brad, and jealous of time other ladies spend with him, especially runner-up Chantal O'Brien and her adventurous dates.

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Watching Brad and Chantal's relationship unfold every Monday took a toll on Emily, she says.

"Watching it, it was tough. The highs and lows… at one point you can feel on top of the world and the next you can question what you had. I felt like we had a relationship which none of the other girls had, and then watching it I just saw how much fun they Brad and Chantal had and I was watching it thinking 'Well, I would have picked her,' " Emily said to the shock of the audience during the live after show last night on ABC. "Honestly they had so much fun together and then I watched ours and honestly I look so boring and I was falling asleep during our dates and I wanted to ring a bell in my ear."

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Emily, a 24-year-old single mom, shared that it was difficult to see how she was portrayed on the show.

"I'm not this uptight girl that I came across as. I like to have fun, too. I just felt like if I was given dates that I got to go diving with sharks and going down freakin' lines in the jungle I would have been fun too," she added, as the audience cheered her on.

Do you think Emily is being sincere or was trying to get America to feel bad for her? She did receive the rose, so why the martyr act? Share your comments below!

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