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Maria Georgas Responds to Natalie Joy Calling Her “delusional.”

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Maria George set the record straight after Nick Viall‘s wife, Natalie JoyHe called her “delusional.”

“To each his own,” Maria, 29, said on the Tuesday, May 14, episode Kaitlyn Bristowe‘s Off the Vine podcast in response to Natalie’s comment. “I said on the podcast a little conspiracy theory that I had. I said it as a joke.”

During Maria’s performance on Alex CooperOn her Call Her Daddy podcast earlier this month, she speculated about Nick’s friendship with his Bachelor co-star Ashley Iaconetti may have contributed to her editing of the series. (Ashley, 36, is close friends with Sydney Gordonwith whom Maria had a feud The bachelor.)

Maria noted on Tuesday that Nick, 43, had “decided to run with the theory” and thought it was a “serious thing that I actually felt and thought” – which “shocked” her.

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“I thought he would kind of laugh it off, but he would also appreciate me supporting him and saying kind words,” Maria told Kaitlyn, 38, adding that she was just “putting an end to the rumors.” .

Maria also clarified that she and Nick started talking on social media years ago and “developed a friendship.”

“But have you ever met in person?” Kaitlyn asked, to which Maria replied, “Oh yes, yes, yes. Oh yeah. I know people have been wondering. … No, of course we do.”

Maria Georgas responds to Natalie Joy calling her “delusional.”
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Maria noted that Nick later became the Bachelor but that the couple “always found their way back to communication,” adding that they were “always friendly.”

After Maria’s appearance on Tuesday, she seemingly addressed the drama surrounding her and Nick on her Instagram story, writing: “Everything has calmed down now. Time to move on and talk about everything else. I love you.”

When Nick caught wind of Maria’s idea earlier this month that he might have played a role in tensions between her and Sydney, he dismissed her “bizarre conspiracy theory.” He also admitted that he told Maria that she would become a “villain” if she joined the franchise. (Maria made the claim during the “Call Her Daddy” episode.)


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“That’s true, a long time ago I told Maria – because Maria always asked me to put her on the show – and I told her that I could imagine her being the villain,” Nick said in “The Viall Files.” Podcast. “And somehow that led to Maria thinking that I had somehow made it my mission, in my zero free time and without knowing she was on the show [take her down].”

Nick pointed out that Maria was a “fan favorite” of Bachelor Nation during her time on Bachelor Nation – and not a villain Joey GraziadeiSeason 28.

“At the end of the day, giving is just a delusion,” said 25-year-old Natalie.

Maria appeared to harshly criticize the remark in a now-deleted Instagram story earlier this month, re-sharing a TikTok that read: “You are so delusional. … My honest reaction,” alongside a video from drake dance undisturbed.

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