After Liz Sandoz was sent home from The Bachelor group date, Nick Viall had no choice but to tell the other women the backstory. After Nick drops the bomb, some of the women became suspicious of his intentions. There was no rose ceremony in last week’s episode, but this week (Week Three) three women were eliminated. The episode aired on January 15, 2017.

Elizabeth Whitelaw, Lacey Mark, and Hailey Merkt didn’t get a rose and were sent home this week on The Bachelor.

Keep up with The Women Who Were Eliminated

Corinne had the not-so-wise idea to show up during the cocktail party wearing nothing but a coat. It didn’t go over so well, because Nick didn’t want to offend the other women. Corinne cried in her room, and went to sleep instead of attending the rose ceremony.

 

There were two group dates, one group had a field day with Nick, and a group of luck bachelorettes participated in a Backstreet Boys show.  The women who went on the Everybody group date, featuring the Backstreet Boys, were:

  • Danielle Lombard
  • Christen Whitney
  • Kristina Schulman
  • Taylor Nolan
  • Jasmine Goode
  • Corinne Olympios

Danielle Lombard did so well in the dance routine that she was chosen to dance on stage with Nick and be serenaded. She also got the group date rose.

One lucky lady, Vanessa Grimaldi had a dream date with Nick and a Zero G plane was involved, so they experienced the same weightlessness that astronauts experience. It was cool, however, Vanessa ended up feeling sick to her stomach and puked a couple of times. Nick held her and told her that he had an amazing time. He kissed her and said that she tasted fine.

Nick had a romantic dinner with Vanessa in the tallest building in L.A. Vanessa and Nick have close relationships with their family. Vanessa’s grandfather died three weeks before she came on the show.

The second group date was a field day trip, which included:

  • Rachel Lindsay
  • Alexis Waters
  • Astrid Loch
  • Jaimi King
  • Sarah Vendal
  • Brittany Farrar
  • Dominique Alexis

Rachel won the race that they had in the competition, but she wasn’t able to grab the large engagement ring at the end of the race. Astrid came up and grabbed it, earning her time in a hot tub with Nick.

Rachel won the group date rose, and Dominique was sent home during this group date, because her relationship with Nick wasn’t progressing, and there were no sparks.

Finally, there was a pool party and Corinne took up a lot of time, jumping around with Nick in a bouncy castle. The other women were frustrated, because they didn’t think that Corinne was wife material. Raven and some of the other women told him that she wasn’t right for him. Vanessa was so upset that she didn’t want to continue if Corinne was still in the picture.  Maybe Vanessa was the first person to ask The Bachelor if he was looking for a wife or just wanted to f*** around.

Flights for the Zero-G plane are $4950 per person (not including tax).

Playing the Field Date

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