June 25, 2010

Jake Pavelka of "ABC's The Bachelor" and "Dancing With The Stars" Co-Hosts "Good Morning Texas" on WFAA

Dallas, Texas - On the heels of "Dancing with the Stars" and "ABC's The Bachelor" Jake Pavelka steps in as guest host on "Good Morning Texas." During chat time with "Good Morning Texas" host Amy Vanderoef, Jake talked about life, love, family and coming home to North Texas just days after his highly publicized break up with fianc Vienna Giraldi.

"I'm so glad to be back in Dallas. This is where I'm from. These are my people. I got to sleep in my own bed last night. Not that I don't love Los Angeles, but I'm from Dallas."
Bachelor Jake Pavelka on coming home to Dallas

"I'm hanging in there. I don't really want to get that much into it. I'm getting all of the tweets and all of the support from the fans and it's just wonderful. You guys are going to get me through this and thank you."
Bachelor Jake Pavelka on his recent breakup with Vienna Giraldi

"My goal in life is to make decisions that minimize regrets. I don't regret anything
that I have done. It has been the most amazing ride."
Bachelor Jake Pavelka

"It's like a family. I miss not getting to go into the studio and dancing with Chelsea every single morning and then perform life Monday night in front of 25 million people. That was just unbelievable."
Bachelor Jake Pavelka on life after "Dancing with the Stars"

"It was a dream come true. One thing, when people watch this one thing I want people to know you are not going to see 'Jake', I am acting. This is a fictitious character that I came up with in my head. He's not that nice of a guy."
Bachelor Jake Pavelka on his upcoming guest appearance on Lifetime Television's "Drop Dead Diva"

"Good Morning Texas" airs weekday mornings at 9 on WFAA-TV (Channel 8) in Dallas, Texas.

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