Bachelor Pad Winner
September 14, 2010 by Post Team
Bachelor Pad Winner, Bachelor Pad 2010 The winner was selected last night. Of course, choosing the winner in the Bachelor Pad 2010 final was not enough, because the winner had to go through more crazy first. Naturally, the end was
directly from Dancing with the Stars, as the past contestants had to dance in the last competition. And of course, the likes of Jake and Melissa Pavelka Rycroft was to serve as judges. But in the end they came around to pick the winner Bachelor Pad 2010 between the three couples – however, even though David Good and Natalie Getz won, the final was not over.
The sixth and final episode of the first season of the third series of three couples faced Degree of Bachelor and Bachelorette previous seasons against each other. Tenley Molzahn Kiptyn faces Locke and Jesse Kovacs and Elizabeth Kitt, along with David Good and Natalie Getz.
To choose the winner Bachelor Pad 2010, the show made another crossing with Dancing With the Stars, who will schedule Monday back soon. Pavelka Jake was on Dancing with the Stars for a while, so it was considered an ideal judge, along with Melissa Rycroft Trista Sutter y.
The presumption was that whoever won the dance-off would go to the final, and choose which partner was with them. Once Locke and Molzahn – aka KipTen – cattle, good and Getz chosen for the final. But that was his big mistake, and castoffs that the couple chose the Getz good as the last winner of Bachelor Pad.
Of course, when picking a winning pair was not enough for this final. It might be sufficient for the rating and single, but this series is new and has to be distinguished. As such, Good and Getz got a final test, since anybody can split the prize of 250,000, or save it for themselves. But if both wanted to keep, the other contestants is split into place.
Despite the suspicion that Getz want to save the cash, agreed to divide. As such, the 2010 winners Bachelor Pad left the house and 125,000 each, while the defeated had to settle for their 15 minutes.
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