Micah and Irina were both caught on camerashadowing several other women on the show. What does Micah think of herself for doing this?
Micah Lussier is a contestant that quickly showed herself to be a villain. She said herself, “I like to joke, like, this is a really serious situation, but I don’t have to be miserable. Like, I can enjoy myself a little bit and she gave me that, and for that, I don’t regret it.”. She also said that she has some sense of contrition for her actions. For instance, she said herself, “We’re just doing the best we can do. We just have to grow up from our mistakes.”.
The fourth season of “Love Is Blind” was filled with petty drama, juicy love triangles, and some serious “Mean Girls” action. Micah Lussier and Irina Solomonova quickly showed themselves to be contestants that would make Regina George proud, and the terrible twosome was caught on camera shading several other women on the show.
For her part, Micah most certainly didn’t take the lead when it came to instigating the questionable behavior conducted by the two, but she was still party to it. For instance, early on in the competition, Micah insisted that Paul Peden break off his romance with her rival contestant, Amber Wilder. When Amber returned to the lounge, obviously devastated by the split, Irina spied on the crying woman as she was comforted by another contestant. Micah could be seen laughing along as Irina crept around like a cartoon villain, celebrating the fact that Micah now had Paul all to herself.
As for whether or not Micah should really be considered a villain, the jury is still out. Discussing her controversial connection with Irina, Micah told Us Weekly, “I like to joke, like, this is a really serious situation, but I don’t have to be miserable. Like, I can enjoy myself a little bit and she gave me that, and for that, I don’t regret it.” Micah has also suggested she has some sense of contrition for her actions, telling Entertainment Weekly, “We’re just doing the best we can do. We just have to grow up from our mistakes.”