The producers know they can put this group of humans through an emotional paper shredder and continue to make money, because heathens like you and I will keep watching, because life is a nightmare and we’re garbage.
The two finalists were The big decision came after Higgins had told both women “I love you” in the weeks before — something that had never been said twice on “The Bachelor.” During the “Women Tell All” special one week prior, a sneak peek clip was shown in which Higgins tells one of the finalists that he’s in love with two women and doesn’t know who to propose to.
They say you can never make a first impression twice, and one “Bachelorette” contestant will prove that right on the Season 13 premiere.
Another season of “The Bachelor” has come and gone.
Following perhaps the most dramatic lead-up to a finale for the long-running ABC dating show, suitor Ben Higgins, one of the franchise’s most beloved bachelors, finally chose his leading lady.
Especially Bentley, who it seems plays a majorly evil role this season.
Even before showing up, Ashley had heard bad things about the dude — apparently, a former show participant called her to let her know that he was only coming on the show to promote his business — which, oddly enough, is running a “family fun center?Listen, I felt just as disgusting as you did watching what happened to Dean on this week’s episode of The Bachelorette.He is a sweet boy who did not deserve to have his heart ripped out of his chest and shown to him, and he certainly did not deserve the worst few days of his life to be broadcast worldwide.(Just FYI, one, Adam, was the guy who bought a mini-me doll with him on premiere night, and the other, Matt, dressed up in the penguin onesie.)So, the men find out that there will be three one-on-one dates this week, and then a small group date with the other three, who are bound to be feeling rather short-changed by it all.And seeing as Adam and Matt are the only guys left in the house who have yet to have a one-on-one, they’re surely thinking they're each set for one of the proper dates ...As the end of "The Bachelor" Season 21 nears, let's take a look back at the long-running ABC reality show's infamous troublemakers.