When it comes to ‘The Bachelor,’ there’s no getting around those deep dark secrets — and Sharleen revealed one that she feared would be her ticket home. But that was just the start of the drama in the house!
Juan Pablo Galavis took the girls out of the country on Jan. 27th’s episode of The Bachelor, meeting them in Seoul, South Korea! From the group feeling Nikki Ferrell was fake, to Clare Crowley acting possessive, the claws definitely came out between the ladies!
Juan Pablo Takes Girls To South Korea
Upon arrival to the beautiful city of Seoul, the girls learn who will head on the first (of two) group dates, which he hinted as “POP!” on the card. Chelsie, Cassandra, Elise, Danielle, Kat, and Nikki were chosen and headed to rehearse with K-pop band, 2NE1 . . . then joined them on stage while they performed! Since Kat’s a dancer, she obviously did really well — and seemed more excited about that, than she was to hang out with JP, but Nikki wasn’t feeling it — at all. (But, she did an awesome impression of Kat.)
I’d say we got to see Kat’s different side during the date — while she went all-out on stage, some of the girls thought it was too much. However, she opened up and got vulnerable for the first time with Juan Pablo, while Nikki revealed her cattier side — the claws came out for sure, while she talked behind most of the girl’s backs. However, for the second week in a row, she got the group date rose!
The other group date was a fun day in the city — photo booths and fish pedicures for Andi, Lauren, Kelly, Clare, Renee and Alli. A protective Clare pissed off most of the gals, and JP decided he wasn’t going to kiss any more girls because of his daughter. Then he kissed Clare… and Andi got the group date rose, which wasn’t surprising after he called her perfect. (Talk about mixed messages.)
Sharleen Reveals Shocking Secret On 1-1 Date
Sharleen somehow continues to steel Juan Pablo’s heart, and landed the one-on-one date with him in South Korea.
She admitted before the one-on-one that she wasn’t sure he was the one yet. However, after walking around Seoul together, she said she liked his “smart a–” side, and he even got her to sing opera for him — something she doesn’t do for many men. She said she feels there’s “a shot” they could fall in love (after yet another steamy make out).
However, she then dropped a bomb on him — and said she knew that being honest with him could be a deal breaker.
She said she’s never thought about having kids and that she’s always just focused on her career. She even said she used to date someone with a daughter, 4 — the same age as Camila — and it was too much for her. She admitted that in that other relationship, she had that sad feeling because she would never have that “first” thing with him. Juan Pablo totally understood, and much to her surprise — and mine — he still gave her a rose.
Drama Stirs Before Elimination
After the drama throughout the week, we knew it would boil over eventually — of course, between the two girls that stirred the pot: Clare and Nikki.
Nikki decided to interrupt Clare’s one-on-one time on elimination night, even though she already had a rose. It definitely didn’t seem like a classy move — and Clare let her know afterward that she felt Nikki acted one way with him and another with the ladies.
At the end of the night, though, they were both safe. He sent home Lauren S., which we could see coming. He wouldn’t kiss her when she tried, and it was heartbreaking. He also sent home Elise — a little bit of a surprise.
Do you think the right people went home? Do you think Sharleen deserves to stay? Let us know.
— Emily Longeretta