Tonight on “The Bachelor,” Juan Pablo Galavis started to trim down the field of ladies left in the competition. Cassandra Ferguson and Kat Hurd each went home, with left him with a field of six ladies still in the running: Nikki Ferrell, Sharleen Joynt, Andi Dorfman, Clare Crawley, Chelsie Webster, and Renee Oteri.
So what is going to be coming up next? More drama! Sharleen, for example, has basically said time and time again that she has doubts being here; and that she really doesn’t see that big of a future in Juan Pablo. She has stuck around for the entire competition, and claims that she is going to “give it another week.” That takes her to Miami, the scene of the next episode, and probably where things are going to start to really hit the fan.
Here’s the thing: If she hasn’t felt anything now in this crazy, hyper-compressed environment, she is probably not going to suddenly feel something once she arrives in Florida. We don’t see this going well for the two of them at all, and that basically makes Sharleen the Brooks of this season if she leaves. She’s the contestant that he has been at times the most interested in, but she has been less interested in him than any of the other ladies.
There will still be some other drama that unfolds here. After all, the preview for next week’s episode suggested that there is going to be even more trouble when it comes to Clare and Nikki going after each other, which is not exactly surprising for this show. They are just two ladies that don’t get along.
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