After a two-week break, the Bachelorette returns with one of the most emotional episodes of the season on Monday, June 11. JoJo Fletcher and her remaining six guys stay in Argentina for another week of dates that lead to a heartbreaking decision that leaves two men in tears during the Episode 7 rose ceremony.
Who scores the one-on-one dates this week, who gets called out for being fake, and who does JoJo send home before she heads to the hometown dates episode next week? Here’s what fans can expect on Episode 7, including a teaser video from ABC that hints at the drama that’s in store on Monday night.
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Trust us, this is worth the wait. https://t.co/1VyB6LS7hY
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) July 7, 2016
In her latest Bachelorette blog in People magazine, JoJo reveals that saying “goodbye” to two men during Monday night’s rose ceremony will be “heartbreaking,” a moment that still brings her pain when she thinks about it.
“There are goodbyes to come that are so heartbreaking and tearful and emotional that it pains me just to think about them now. But you should see them. Stay tuned.”
As her time in Argentina comes to a close, it appears that JoJo struggles to figure out who she should send home and who will move on to hometown dates next week. There has been plenty of bromance between the guys this season, but the competition will heat up on Episode 7.
The guys will call Robby out for being fake after he tells everyone that he’s the clear front-runner and, according to ABC, JoJo will once again question Jordan Rodgers after he makes a revelation that will change how she views their relationship.
Bachelorette JoJo will go on three one-on-one dates and one group date this week and the group date rose will be an important one — the guy who gets it is guaranteed a hometown date next week.
This week’s one-on-one date cards will go to Jordan, Alex, and Luke, leaving three men — James, Robby, and Chase — to compete for a rose on the group date.
Jordan will board a private jet with JoJo and they will end up at a vineyard in Argentina where they will get deep in conversation — again — about Jordan’s true intentions. Once again, he convinces her that he’s ready for marriage, but he doesn’t have to do much convincing.
A bottle of wine and a hot tub seems to help JoJo get over any doubts that she has — for now. Jordan gets a rose and that means he’s one of four guys heading to the hometown visits next week.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) July 3, 2016
Alex finally gets his one-on-one date of the season, but it won’t end well. After riding horses and sitting in the middle of a field for a picnic, spoilers point to JoJo sending Alex home without a rose.
Luke fares better than Alex on his one-on-one date that includes some horseback riding and skeet shooting. On the last episode, JoJo gushed about the “passion” she has with Luke and their blazing hot chemistry continues on their one-on-one date. Luke gets a rose and that means he will get a visit from JoJo during next week’s hometown dates episode.
This week, three guys will go on a group date — Robby Hayes, James Taylor, and Chase McNary. It’s not clear who gets the group date rose, but if Reality Steve‘s spoilers are correct, it’s either Robby or Chase because James Taylor is eliminated at what is expected to be a very emotional rose ceremony.
It’s Fry-Day and James Taylor knows what’s up. https://t.co/FfjWa2mdBl
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) July 8, 2016
According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, James has rebounded nicely from his heartbreak. He was recently spotted making out with a girl near a Nashville bar where he put on a concert with one of his co-stars, Luke Pell.
With James eliminated and Jordan and Luke safe with a rose, JoJo will hand out two roses on Episode 7’s rose ceremony — Chase and Robby round out the guys who get roses this week.
Next week, JoJo heads to the hometown of her final four guys — Chase (Colorado), Robby (Florida), Luke (Texas), and Jordan (California). At the Episode 8 rose ceremony, JoJo will send one guy home, leaving her with the final three guys who will head to overnight dates in Thailand.
Watch the Bachelorette on Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
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