Ready for the rant? Here goes nothing!
"We definitely didn’t get along. I obviously remind her of somebody from her life and she reminds me of authoritive figures."
"I respect authoritive figures when they’re in change but if they’re the f--king camp counsellor on a reality show and they’re pointing about the way I’m putting my knife down I tried to keep calm but I was like: F---. You. What the f--- is wrong with you? You’re like Jane Lynch on Glee."
Oh, no he’s not finished yet…
"I tried to apologise and she was like ‘I don’t accept your apology, you’re a horrible person.’ And then she was like, ‘You know nothing about me.’ And then I named literally 50 things I know about her. A lot of them good. A lot of them the reason I admire her."
"But when a woman or man says that you know it’s gone beyond – it’s personal. And I said, I assume I remind you of your first husband because you said he got into a lot of trouble."
He continued: "There’s things that she won’t talk about which I respect but I talk about everything, like paedophile stuff that happened to me when I was kid."
"I was just gently trying to bond with her about marriage, I’ve made some mistakes, I had a wife cheat on me and you know, and I go, well you know you had a bad marriage and she goes, 'No I didn’t! I had a great marriage.'"
"I go, well you have a fiance now so I assume something went sideways. She goes, ‘you don’t know anything!’ Steve Price told me everything. I was honestly trying to bond, I wasn’t trying to pick on her in anyway. And she’s like ‘I was trying to help you.’ And I said I don’t want your help. What the f--kkkk?!"
Turns out nothing can stop Tom when he’s deep in the feels. Well, almost nothing.
“When Casey [Donovan] tells me to shut up I shut up immediately because I have unlimited respect for her,” he says. “She does not say much but when she does she’s very wise.”
Um, Casey – a little help here?