Jonathan "Weatherman" Novack — who, along with Gia Allemand, was eliminated on The Bachelor Pad Monday — says only one contestant irked him: Elizabeth Kitt.
After they locked lips during the kissing competition on Monday's show, she spit on her hands, rinsed them off in the pool and sniped, "I just realized how gross this is."
"I didn't consider her a contestant," Weatherman, 30, told UsMagazine.com in a post-show interview Tuesday. "I consider contestants to be of a human form, not of a demonic form. Everybody else was cool. If I don't have respect for somebody, they can say whatever they want about me and it doesn't phase me."
He said he is still not "100 percent" sure why he got kicked off.
"There were definitely girls that would have benefited and given themselves more longevity in the game by keeping me around," he said. "I don’t know who voted for me in the end. Certain people voted for me to go home — and that was the completely wrong choice."
As for Gia, 26, she feels she was sent home because she backed out of the kissing competition. (On the show, she said she felt uncomfortable because she had a boyfriend back home.)
"I took away a shot at winning the rose — that was huge," she said. "But I had to do what was right for my boyfriend back home and what was right in my mind. Kissing people down the line was not right for me to do."
What about cozying up to contestant Wes Hayden?
"I feel bad that I got close to another guy on the show — even though I didn't cheat," she told Us. "My boyfriend handled everything with such class."
She declined to say whether she's still in a relationship.
"I'm going to wait until the finale to tell everyone what's up," she said.
She hasn't spoken to Wes, 33, since she was sent home.
"We're going to see each other at the finale," she told Us. "That’s a little nerve-wracking."
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