With some of what we are seeing now from Monday night’s new episode of “The Bachelorette,” it may be time to propose a brand-new name: “The Bachelorette’s Got Talent.” This is going to be a pretty silly group date in Atlantic City, as some of Desiree Hartsock’s guys are going to have to try and impress her in a way that also appeals to the crowd.
So how seriously are some of the guys going to take this? While we know some of them are going to rely merely on their bodies to get by (good luck with that), some others are going to try something a little bit more artistic. For example, Brooks Forester’s hands are apparently okay enough after the dodgeball incident to play the ukulele. We don’t know whether or not this is going to be a good-enough performance to get a rose, but it’s at least something different.
Meanwhile, it looks like Ben Scott, otherwise known as the pariah of all of the guys, is going to be doing some sort of gymnastics / dance routine with ribbons. This seems to really be the best of both worlds when it comes to impressing the crowd: They have the shirtless man-action that they were probably hoping to see, but at the same time, there is also a certain sense of artistry to it, at least some long as the guy is actually good and not just out to make a fool out of himself.
The real hilarity of this event (besides the stage being decorated in funeral flowers), though, is that Desiree does not have to give the rose to the best person, but rather the guy who really just tries the hardest to impress her. Therefore, it’s almost better to do something that is a little imperfect, that way you don’t look like you are showing anyone up.
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