Last week, the 2016 season of The Bachelor began and everyone was reintroduced to Ben Higgins, who would be looking for love again this season. The season premiere was also when the world met the 28 women who would be vying for his attention, but not all of them would last long. At the end of the night, seven women were left without a rose, but even more will leave this week. It’s time to check out the spoilers to see who gets a date and who goes home.
Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the new season of The Bachelor starring Ben Higgins. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.
The season is only one episode old so far, but Christian Post has pointed out that one of the ladies is starting drama already. It seems to never take long for drama to begin bubbling up on any season of this series anyway.
Lace Morris appears to be the drama queen that so many viewers pine for in each season. She actually has set herself up as this season’s villain, and it showed during the rose ceremony. That wasn’t necessarily a smile she showed after receiving a rose from Ben, but more of a look of anger.
Things are only going to get worse with her as time and the season goes on.
Episode 2 of the 2016 season of The Bachelor airs on Monday night, and there will be a few dates happening since there are still 21 women remaining.
Reality Steve has broken down all the dates of which there are two big group dates and a single one-on-one. After all of those, there are still three women who women who won’t be getting a date at all and they are Jami, Leah, and Lauren B.
Group date number one will take place at a California high school and the ladies will have to test their knowledge. Ten women in total went on this date, and here are those that will be on it:
- Lauren H.
When it all comes down to it, Amber and Mandi win the team event, but then face off against one another in the hurdles. This will be interesting, but Mandi wins it all, but not the group rose. No, that ends up going to JoJo.
The only contestant getting a one-on-one date with Ben in episode 2 is Caila Quinn. This is just going to be weird as it involves Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, dinner, and a movie. Caila ends up with a rose before the night is over.
Group date number two isn’t quite as big as the first, but still has six ladies doing a very strange and sexual compatibility test with Ben. Very little clothing and electronics are involved, and so are these women:
Olivia ends up with the group rose, as she is the most compatible, and Sam is the least compatible with Ben.
Rose ceremony elimination time will end episode 2 of The Bachelor 2016, and Ben Higgins ends up sending home Sam Passmore and Jackie Dion, but they aren’t the only two. Lauren Barr sends herself home because she just isn’t too hyped up about what the show turned out to be.
Even though this will already put two episodes of the 2016 season of The Bachelor in the books, there is still a lot more to come for Ben Higgins and the remaining ladies. If you want to rush ahead, you can check out full order of rose ceremony eliminations for the whole season, but there will still be plenty of drama to merit watching each week on ABC.
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