Little People, Big World Spoilers: Fans Think Amy Roloff is Spoiled and Acting More like A Warden
Little People, Big World spoilers reveal that fans are starting to think that Amy Roloff is acting very spoiled lately. She has really started to dive into wedding planning and it looks like her dream wedding has turned her into more than a wife. Some fans think that she is acting like a warden instead. It all happened on the last episode of the show and fans had some strong reactions to her ways.
Is She Compromising?
On the episode, Amy took some time to tell cameras that as she was planning the wedding, she felt as if she was “compromising” what she wanted for her dream wedding. She then told viewers that the couple has started to compromise half and half on what they want out of the wedding. That is when her fiance, Chris Marek, said that he is the one that “compromises more.” All of this compromising has led viewers to think that Amy really has become a Bridezilla!
Of course, fans had a lot to say about how Amy has been treating Chris during the wedding planning. They made the comments about how she treats him like she is a warden. One even wrote on Twitter, “Amy’s parents must have really spoiled her. Boy, she has to have it all her way!” Others feel like she should give her groom the chance to speak up about what he wants too.
Amy’s Backlash Continues
This is not the first time that viewers have given Amy backlash. Her attitude has been on display before and fans of the show feel that she is selfish and spoiled. We can definitely see this in the latest episode of the show. Even her own daughter-in-law, Tori Roloff, had some words to say about Amy’s behavior.
Tori saw Amy acting as if this wedding was just for her and Chris was just a small part of it. Even when her husband, Zach Roloff, wanted to help, Amy acted as if it was more of a problem than help.
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