Lindzi Cox Wishes Bachelor Couple 'Nothing But the Best'
She lost the final rose to Courtney Robertson, but the season's good girl says she's "in a good place"
“I wish them nothing but the best,” she said on Tuesday’s Good Morning America, about Flajnik and the woman he proposed to, Ford model Courtney Robertson.
Although Cox, 27, says she doesn’t know if they’ll make it as a couple, during the reveal that Flajnik and Robertson were essentially broken up while the show aired, Cox says she’s “in a good place” now.
“Hindsight’s a really beautiful thing,” said the business development manager and the season’s good girl. “I wasn’t happy at the beginning. I’ve learned a lot from the experience.”
So will she make her way back to TV to find love again – on The Bachelorette, perhaps?
“It’s awesome,” she says. “I’d totally go do it again.”