This week's episode of the show saw bachelorette Emily O'Brien deciding to warn Ben Flajnik that he saw a different side to the controversial Courtney than the other women did. Courtney, who had earlier won the group date rose, was vocal later showing her annoyance that Emily had been talking about her behind her back.
During an appearance on Live with Kelly! host Harrison said: "The thing with Courtney is that it'll be interesting to see how this all plays out. Is she there to play the game or is she there really for Ben?"
Harrison continued: "The way she is going about it, yes, it's controversial, and if you think that's bad now, wait for next week and the weeks that follow. But, what if she really is in love with this guy?
"We had a girl on our show a couple of seasons ago, Michelle Money, who was the villain and has turned out to be one of the most beloved girls in our dysfunctional family now."
He added: "Maybe Courtney will end up being that women who redeems herself in the end."
During the interview, guest host Mary J Blige also revealed that she had recently met Flajnik at Sundance, describing him as "so nice" and "genuine".
Flajnik admitted in his People magazine blog this week that he hadn't realised there was tension between Emily and Courtney, adding that it was "hard to navigate the process" when things happened that he wouldn't be aware of until the show aired.
However, in the end he decided to "rely on [his] own intuitions" and give Emily a rose, keeping her safe for another week.
Flajnik and the bachelorettes travelled to Park City, UT on this week's episode, where viewers said goodbye to Samantha Levey and Monica Spannbauer.
Winemaker Flajnik chose to send Samantha home at the group date afterparty when he realised there was no future for their relationship, while Monica departed after failing to receive a rose at the rose ceremony.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.
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