EXCLUSIVE: Jubilee Sharpe Feels Bad for the 'Blindsided' Runner-Up on 'The Bachelor': 'Ben Broke the Rules'

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Jubilee Sharpe is opening up about Ben Higgins' triumphs and failures as The Bachelor.

Despite getting "dumped" by Ben in Mexico, Jubilee revealed to ET at the filming of the Women Tell All special that she still has "good feelings" about her on-screen romance.

"While I was on there, I definitely had strong feelings of like for him, and I still think he's a great guy," she explained. "[Ben] came out there and he did this whole process the best [he] could. Obviously, no one's going to do it perfectly, and he didn't do it perfectly, but he did a pretty damn good job."

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But there is definitely one thing that Jubilee thinks was a big Bachelor no-no: the fact that Ben said "I love you" to two different women.

"My automatic reaction was, 'Oh my God, what happens to the girl who doesn't, you know, win?' You just gave her so much validation, and you basically made her in her mind think that she was getting that ring," the 24-year-old said. "People don't say on this show, 'I love you.' Ben kind of broke the rules."

With just Lauren B. and JoJo left in the competition, Jubilee feels bad for the runnerup because Ben's premature "I love you" will leave her "blindsided automatically."

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So which leading lady is Jubillee rooting for to get that ring? "I am Team JoJo," she revealed. "JoJo is a lot of fun, and she is a sweetheart, and she's a great person. She is a great person, and I'm Team JoJo all the way."

As for Jubilee's reality TV future, the war veteran would be 100% open to taking on the role as the first "diverse" Bachelorette.

"I don't think anyone would turn down that role," Jubilee confessed. "Obviously, there's a lot to think about being in that position and playing that role, but I think it's a once-in-a-lifetime chance. Since I already know that the process works, I don't think it's something I would turn down because I definitely want to find my somebody."

The Bachelor: The Women Tell All airs Monday, March 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

Press play on our exclusive interview below to find out how Ben Higgins explained to his fiancée that he was in love with two women at once!