Bachelorette's Ali and Vienna Bury the Hatchet

Entertainment May. 25, 2010 AT 9:35AM
Bachelorette's Ali and Vienna Bury the Hatchet Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for MAXIM; Michael Bezjian/WireImage.com

Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky and Vienna Girardi are no longer brawling, Chris Harrison told UsMagazine.com at Monday night's Dancing With the Stars.

The two -- who clashed on The Bachelor while competing for Jake Pavelka -- "hugged each other and, said 'Hi,'" Harrison said. "That's one of the ways Ali has grown as a person." Pavelka even posted a pic on Facebook of him posing with his fiancee, 24, and Fedotowsky, 25.

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Fedotowsky would call out Girardi for, among other things, bragging that she'd "shake her boobs in Jake's face," but "[Ali] regretted some of that," Harrison added. "I get it. Look, in the heat of the moment, on the show, you say some things, you regret some things, there are some things you look back and might not do and that was one of them. She apologized as much for that."

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Fedotowsky -- who premiered as The Bachelorette Monday night -- is "so happy for Jake," Harrison went on. "She realizes now that it wasn't meant to be, she wasn't supposed to be with Jake."

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Harrison said he thinks Girardi got a bad rap as the villain on the show.

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"That's one thing I've learned in 8 years, 20 seasons, who am I to judge? Who am I to tell Jake Vienna's not right for him when he's sitting there happy in love? Really? How presumptuous and arrogant of me would that be to tell him I'm right and he's wrong?" he said.

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