On the Jan. 30, 2017 The Bachelor with Nick Viall kicked off with the rose ceremony which was postponed from last week. Two more bachelorettes were sent home and the remaining 13 traveled with Nick to New Orleans. One women got a night on the town with Nick; ten women had a scary night at a haunted plantation; the remaining two women had a dreaded two-on-one date and one was sent home.
Below is a brief recap of the show, as well as the list of the women who received roses this week … and those who did not.
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SPOILER ALERT: Do not read further if you do not want to know what happened this week!
Brief Bachelor Recap Jan. 30, 2017:
The show opened this week with Corinne and Taylor arguing with each other before the rose ceremony postponed from last week took place. Once the rose ceremony happened, however, neither of those women were sent home. Instead, Astrid and Sarah were sent on their way.
Nick and the remaining 13 women packed up and headed to New Orleans.
The first date of the week was a one-on-one with Rachel. They strolled through the streets of the city, ate oysters and beignets, danced in a street parade, listened to the singer Lolo, had cocktails in a warehouse full of Mardi Gras floats, and told each other how much they liked each other. Afterwards, Rachel received the date rose.
The group date involved taking ten women to a haunted house. The women chosen for this adventure were Alexis, Danielle L., Danielle M., Jaimi, Jasmine, Josephine, Kristina, Raven, Vanessa, and Whitney. The women toured the house, which was supposedly haunted by the ghost of an 8-year-old girl named May. Then they played with an Ouija Board and the lights suddenly went out. This appeared to frighten both Nick and the women. After they had fun exploring the house more in the dark, Danielle M. received the date rose.
The last date of the week was a two-on-one with Nick, Corinne and Taylor. Unsurprisingly, there were a few fireworks between the two women. They took a boat ride together, ran into some voodoo practitioners, and the two women continued to argue with each other. By the end of the date, Corrine got the date rose and Taylor was left in the woods with the Voodoo practitioners … a rather scary end to the date! Nick and Corrine then celebrated with a romantic dinner in New Orleans. Not to be outdone, however, Taylor showed up and told Nick, “I need to talk to you.”
Who else was sent home from New Orleans? We’ll have to wait until next week to find out.
Watch an Excerpt from this Week’s Show:
Watch a preview of the dreaded two-on-one date with Taylor and Corinne. Who got sent home?
Things got a little spooky on the group date:
Who Are the Women Who Nick Kept?
Alexis – 23, aspiring dolphin trainer from Secaucus, NJ
Corinne – 24, business owner from Miami, FL
Danielle L. – 27, small business owner from Los Angeles, CA
Danielle M. – 31, neonatal nurse from Nashville, TN
Jaimi – 28, chef from New Orleans, LA
Jasmine G – 29, pro basketball dancer from San Francisco, CA
Josephine – 24, registered nurse from Santa Cruz, CA
Kristina – 24, dental hygienist from Lexington, KY
Rachel – 31, attorney from Dallas, TX
Raven – 25, fashion boutique owner from Hoxie, AR
Vanessa – 29, special education teach from Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Whitney – 25, Pilates instructor from Chanhassen, MN
Who Are the Women Nick Sent Home?
Astrid – 26, plastic surgery office manager from Tampa, FL
Sarah – 26, grade school teacher from Newport Beach, CA
Taylor – 23, mental health counselor from Seattle, WA
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