Who was sent home this Week on the Bachelor – Which Four are Left
[Best Syndication News] On last night's ABC's The Bachelor TV show we got to watch Jake romance the final five women in San Francisco. One of the girls, Ali, happens to live in San Francisco, so she gets to be a tour guide for Jake and she admits that she is falling for him.
Ali and Vienna have been having a feud with each other. So the tensions are on between the two of them.
Jake took Vienna and Gia out on the Two-on-one date. Jake wasn't giving out roses during the dates this week, nor did he send anyone home. He saved that until the very end during the rose ceremony. Gia tried to get some extra time in with Jake by sneaking up to his hotel room with two glasses of wine. Jake liked it but asked her to leave before he does something. Ooops, I guess Gia might have come on too strong and scared Jake a little bit.
Jake and Tenley had a nice date out riding the San Francisco trolley street car. He gives her a fortune cookie that says “Kiss Me.” Ok, total set up for the show, director's idea probably, but it helps with ratings right? So Tenley kissed him. Awe.
The rose ceremony Jake was a bit more nice than in previous shows when he said that his will be heartbroken sending one home tonight. In the end Corrie Adamson is the one that is sent home this week. Possibly her being a virgin was enough to send her home last night. Corrie said “I think if me and Jake had been dating just each other, and he hadn’t been dating four other women, that things would have definitely been different." Needless to say on her ride in the limo, Corrie looked so tired and worn out. She probably will be happy to return home to get some sleep.
That leaves Gia, Vienna, Tenley, and Ali left to vie for Jake's affection.
By: N Wilson
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