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The Bachelor Remembers Gia Allemand Through Tribute On Special Episode!

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This is terribly heartbreaking.

It has been about five months since The Bachelor's Gia Allemand committed suicide, and while the former reality contestant is gone, she has not been forgotten.

On Sunday, the reality show aired a special titled The Bachelor: Countdown to Juan Pablo to prepare for the upcoming season which premieres tonight on Monday.

In the special, there were clips and funny moments from past seasons and the show also included a moving tribute to Gia.

Gia talked about her hopes and dreams for the future in the clip, she said:

"I just hope people remember my kind heart. I have a kind heart for people. That's what I hope people remember me for."

She also continued to reveal:

"I want two kids, and I want to adopt a baby girl from China."

She could have had a great life ahead of her. She was lost too soon.

Rest in peace, Gia.

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One comment to “The Bachelor Remembers Gia Allemand Through Tribute On Special Episode!”

  1. ladedah says – reply to this


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    You do not commit suicide, you die by suicide. Language goes a long way in reducing and combating stigma, which can increase acceptance and desire to reach out for help, so that maybe one day there will be far less stories such as this. Talking about suicide is important, (though means and methods do not need to be discussed) so is treating people who struggle with suicide with dignity and respect.