ABC The Bachelor 2012 Bachelorettes

January 31, 2012 by staff 

ABC The Bachelor 2012 Bachelorettes, Tonight on “The Bachelor” Season 16, Bachelor Ben Flajnik takes the remaining eleven bachelorettes to Vierques Island, Puerto Rico. Courtney decides to steal the show once again by offering Ben a secret rendezvous in the ocean with a tantalizing suggestion…skinny dipping! Does he take the bait? Apparently, according to the video clip below. So what else happens on this jaw-dropping episode of “The Bachelor?”

Nine of the women are surprised with a trip to Roberto Clemente Baseball Stadium where Chris Harrison drops a small bomb on the day of fun…the women will be competing against each other for the honor of attending a beachside party with Ben following the game; none of the losers will not be eligible to receive the group date rose as they will be automatically sent back to the hotel! Well, you can be guaranteed that Courtney does not plan to be in THAT group! The interesting twist is that Ben will choose one of the competitors to be his MVP thus guaranteeing her a free pas to the party regardless of the outcome of the game…who will it be?

“The Bachelor 2012? has not come without some interesting challenges for Ben Flajnik and this episode will prove to be no different. Emotional drama continues tonight with the bachelorette who strikes out ending the dramatic baseball game taking the spirits of the entire team on the same rollercoaster. Who could that be? In the meantime, two individual dates raise the hopes of two sweethearts intent on winning a place in Ben’s life and a rose at the end. One of the date cards reads “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” Any guesses who that might be given to this evening? If you are as curious as the rest of us to find out, tune in this evening to ABC beginning at 8/7c. If you miss the show, there will be a recap of the events following for our loyal readers.

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