While we have learned over the years that having one great night on “The Bachelor” doesn’t necessarily mean a whole lot of anything, we don’t quite know if we can remember anyone who has entered the second week of the show with the same sort of frontrunner status that Britt Nilsson has. She has just been, really from start to finish, incredibly strong in how she has related to Chris Soules. She’s known when to be affectionate, when to open up, and when to be a beacon of possibility. She also probably got a kissing session in earlier than any contestant in history.
With all of this being said, this is just one night! There is a chance that all of this could change soon, and one of the big tests will be seeing how she handles the first group date of the season, which seems to have a “Walking Dead” theme to it. Take a look at the synopsis below:
“Eleven unsuspecting ladies have a real surprise in store when their limo rolls up to an abandoned lot. The terrified women are “attacked” by a horde of zombies with only paint ball guns to survive their night with the walking dead until their heroic Bachelor rescues them. However, after surviving the attack one fun-loving, trigger-happy bachelorette exhibits some bizarre antics and jaw-dropping declarations. On the romantic side, things between Chris and his first impression rose recipient Britt are burning up with red hot kisses, but will this chemistry lead him to give her the date rose?”
For Britt, her challenge will just be finding a way to dig deeper with her relationship with Chris, and not peaking too soon. It is pretty easy to do that sometimes when you start out feeling so good about how things are going. Make sure that there’s some emotional depth there.
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