An insider says that Ben ‘is the favorite with the women trying out’ for ‘The Bachelor’! Has Ben already won the title of ‘Bachelor’?
Would ABC please just make up their minds about who is going to be the next Bachelor already? First it seemed that the network was priming Ryan Park for the role with all the air time they were giving him on Ashley Hebert‘s season of The Bachelorette. But now an insider reveals that producers are most likely going to pick Bachelorette runner-up Ben Flajnik, who was mislead by Ashley to believe that he was “the one” only to get dumped moments after he proposed!
Ryan seems to be ABC’s favorite, but fans love Ames — and who can’t help but feel bad for Ben, who faced one of the hardest breakups ever on ‘The Bachelorette’! Who do you want to be ‘The Bachelor’?
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert may not have wanted these men, but it’s possible that Ryan Park, Ames Brown or Ben Flajnik may get their own chance to chase love as ABC’s next Bachelor. While Ben came in second on Ashley’s season, it seems that Ryan is being prepped for the role. But fans seem to love Ames the best!
Ryan defends Ashley saying, ‘People have to realize being ‘The Bachelorette’ is hard. And he claims that it was wrong of bad boy Bentley to prey on her!
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert may have broken Ryan Park‘s heart more than once, but he doesn’t hold it against her. Instead, Ryan chooses to defend Ashley. He thinks it’s horrible that people like Bentley Williams are attacking Ashley for her insecurities!
Ryan admits that he knew that Ashley had feelings for J.P. early on, but that just made him try harder to win Ashley for himself!
Ryan Park had a very hard time accepting that Bachelorette Ashley Hebert sent him home. He felt he didn’t get the chance that he deserved, so he decided to fly to Fiji and try and win her back. But when that failed, Ryan had to come to terms with the fact that Ashley was in love with someone else. Now Ryan believes that Ashley is definitely engaged to rumored winner J.P. Rosenbaum, and Ryan’s jealous of that fact! Read More & Watch Video!
At the ‘Men Tell All’ taping, Ashley nominates Ames and Ryan — but all of the men seem to only support Ames’ campaign to be ‘The Bachelor!’
With the season finale The Bachelorette just days away, fans are getting anxious to find out who will be ABC’s next Bachelor. The bets appear to be on one of Ashley Hebert‘s former suitors. “I think that Ames [Brown] or Ryan [Park] might be really good,” Ashley suggests to ET at the filming for the Men Tell All special. Read More & Watch Video!
Ashley basically sets ‘The Bachelorette’ loser up for heartbreak. She knows she’s dumping him, but still lets him almost propose!
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert constantly talks about how she respects the guys and doesn’t want to hurt them. For that exact reasoning, she dumped Ryan Park before a rose ceremony to save him the embarrassment. But Ashley must not respect one of her final two contenders — Ben Flajnik or J.P. Rosenbaum — the same way, because she lets both men actually make it to the final rose ceremony instead of letting one go the day before like former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky did with Chris Lambton the previous season!
Ashley admits in her blog that she was sad to see Constantine go after she tried so hard to make it work with him, but she knew he wasn’t feeling a connection with her!
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert tried hard to find a connection with Constantine Tzortzis during the July 25 episode, but it just wasn’t there. Because of the lack of a romantic feelings for Ashley, Constantine decided to dump her and head back to the United States from Fiji. In her personal People blog, Ashley confesses that Constantine’s sad goodbye did not catch her off guard because she knew that he just wasn’t feeling it!
Ashley thought the rest of the journey was going to be drama-free and that the overnight dates would go down flawlessly — but Ashley’s in for a big surprise!
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert travels to Fiji during the July 25 episode. She’s down to three remaining guys — J.P. Rosenbaum, Ben Flajnik and Constantine Tzortzis — and is excited to finally get to spend some alone time with them. But as Ashley prepares for the overnight dates, someone knocks on her hotel room door — and she’s completely shocked by who is standing in front of her! Read More & Watch Video!
Will Ashley offer the fantasy suite key to Ben, J.P. and/or Constantine — and will they ‘choose to forgo’ (as host Chris Harrison always puts it) their individual rooms to spend the night with Ashley?
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert‘s down to three men — J.P. Rosenbaum, Ben Flajnik and Constantine Tzortzis — after the hometown dates during the July 18 episode. But now the loving is about to get tough for the remaining guys as they head to the most romantic destination yet — Fiji! And Ashley gets to decide which men, if any, she wants to invite to spend the night with her in the fantasy suite at the Namale Resort & Spa. Will she pick all three or maybe none at all?
Lucas says Ashley has the most fun with Ben the wine maker — ‘just living life to the fullest!’
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert said goodbye to good-looking Texan Lucas Daniels during the July 11 episode. Even though Lucas was shocked by his departure, he says in his exit interview he holds no hard feelings towards Ashley. Instead, Lucas thinks Ashley’s best bet is to give her final rose to Ben Flajnik, even though he thinks J.P. Rosenbaum stands a good chance.
Chris reveals that Ashley sent Ryan and Lucas home because she just wasn’t attracted to them!
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert‘s finally getting down to business with her remaining men. During the July 11 episode, Ashley said goodbye to Ryan Park — who at the beginning of the season seemed to be a front-runner after Ashley gave him the first impression rose. But host Chris Harrison says in his personal Entertainment Weekly blog that he thinks Ashley finally realized she didn’t have feelings for Ryan and sent him packing because it’s time to get serious about finding her hubby!
Ryan’s dramatic departure places him in the same category of ‘Bachelor’ drama queens as Jake Pavelka and Brad Womack!
Was anyone else thrown off by the played up editing that Ryan Park got after Bachelorette Ashley Hebert told him he was going home during the July 11 episode? The way ABC gave this man so much air time makes me think that they may be pinning him as the next Bachelor. And if this is what the network’s planning to do — they need to think again. Ryan should not be The Bachelor!
Ben admits that he’s falling in love with Ashley, but frontrunner J.P. seems to fall behind as he complains to Ashley about her connections with the other guys!
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert and her six remaining men travel to Taiwan during the July 11 episode. With the hometown dates looming in the back of everyone’s mind, the competition grows fierce — and one guy in particular doesn’t handle it all too well. Rumored winner J.P. Rosebaum grows super jealous as he finds out that Ben Flajnik stays overnight with Ashley — and then watches Ames Brown and Lucas Daniels make out with her during the group date!
Four guys are playing The Bachelorette at once! What is she doing wrong?
Ashley Hebert isn’t having a lot of luck in love this season on The Bachelorette. In addition to getting totally and utterly played by master manipulator Bentley Williams, the 27-year-old dental student is also being housed by contestants Ames Brown, Constantine Tzortzis and Ryan Park. Is it Ashley’s fault that the guys are treating her so badly?
After confronting Bentley in Hong Kong, Ashley admits: ‘I can’t believe I wasted so much time on Bentley — he’s that bad boy that wants to play women! I’m done!’
The Bachelorette episode on June 27 kicks right into action with host Chris Harrison dropping the bomb on Ashley Hebert that Bentley Williams is in Hong Kong to see her. Ashley goes down to his room and finally sees what we’ve all been seeing — that he’s a player jerk who ran his game on her heart!
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