Love is Blind star Micah Lussier blasts Zack Goytowski: Whos here for fame?
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The pot calling the kettle … Zack.
Micah Lussier called out her fellow “Love is Blind” co-star Zack Goytowski for accusing his ex-fiancé, Irina Solomonova, of being on the show to get famous.
During the Season 4 reunion on Sunday, Goytowsk and Solomonova came face-to-face after ending their engagement, which led to the lawyer calling the boutique owner out for her behavior on the show — despite her apology.
The lawyer, 32, told her, “You did a lot of things that hurt a lot of people, including me, and I mean, you only see 10 percent of it on the camera. There was so much stuff that happened that was just unbelievable. If we’re real, you went on this show to get famous. But look, I forgive you. I genuinely, 100 percent forgive you, Irina.”
Lussier — who was close to Solomonova during the show and was also labeled as a “mean girl” by viewers — stood by her friend while speaking to “Bachelor” alum Nick Viall.
“To say someone’s not there for the right reasons like, you’ve plugged your Instagram just in this finale or this reunion four different times, like, who’s here for fame?” she questioned on Thursday’s episode of the “Viall Files” podcast.
The marketing manager added that it’s actually Goytowski who’s been “making all these videos” and encouraging fans to “check my Story,” while Solomonova had been in “ghost mode for weeks.”
“I don’t know what Zack was on last night but it was too much for me,” Lussier, 26, continued. “She was sitting there trying to apologize, [and] whether you think it’s genuine or not, she’s sitting there, she showed up, she’s doing her best and it’s just like dig after dig after dig.”
The Netflix personality explained that despite people’s most genuine intentions for going on the hit show to find love, they’re still signing up for a popular TV show.
“You’re on a TV show. There’s other ways to find love like it’s an experiment, and people are here — maybe it does work, maybe there’s an opportunity here, but you’re literally surrounded by cameras, you’re actively on Instagram post-show, I mean, be real with yourself.”
Lussier added that both she and Solomonova walked into the reunion “scared” and with their “tail between our legs” after “getting killed” on social media for how they treated other women on the show.
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“We’re humble, we’re owning up to our s–t, but we’re also trying to speak our truth, and it’s just I feel like everyone else was like, ‘Oh my God I can’t wait for the reunion like big day,’ and I feel like that’s how it came across to me and, honestly, it rubbed me the wrong way,” she concluded.
Both Lussier and Solomonova issued public apology statements after the show began airing earlier this month following fan backlash.
“I wanted to say I am so, so, so sorry for the people that watched the show that felt frustrated, angry, hurt by the way that I was mistreating people on the show. It was very immature and naive of me in a lot of those situations,” Solomonova said at the time via Instagram.
Goytowski and Solomonova got engaged sight unseen, but they called off their engagement shortly after she said he was “creepy” and looked like a “cartoon character.”
Goytowski quickly moved on and proposed to his runner-up in the pods, Bliss Poureetezadi. They got married in the finale and have been together since.
As for Lussier, she got engaged to Paul Peder but he dumped her at the altar.
“Love Is Blind” streams on Netflix.
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