Wowza. This week was a doozy. Every second was more uncomfortable than the previous, and just as one girl stopped crying, someone else started. Let’s see how our ladies did this week.
Still In The Game
Corrine, 24, business owner, Miami, FL
Performance This Week: Corinne didn’t give a fuck at the volleyball game and she somehow got the most attention. This girl might just be a genius.
Danielle M., 31, neonatal nurse, Nashville, TN
Performance This Week: She was one of at least three people crying on this date.
Kristina, 24, dental hygienist, Lexington, KY
Performance This Week: Finally we get to see why the hell he’s been keeping her around for so long. Kristina gets a one-on-one date for the first time, leaving Jasmine and Whitney as the only ones who haven’t gotten a one-on-one yet. Kristina ate lipstick to survive and was adopted because her mom kicked her out of the house, which is incredibly sad. But from an objective standpoint, it’s all still very awkward between them. Nick said that tonight might be the night that they fall in love, but I motherfuckin’ DOUBT it. She still got dat rose doe.
Rachel, 31, attorney, Dallas, TX
Performance This Week: Rachel proves once again that she is the most athletic one, but she still cried over the volleyball game. She is way too put together for this nonsense, and it’s starting to show. It’s a good thing that she is recognizing it before it drives her insane. Threatening to leave is probably not a step in the right direction though.
Raven, 25, fashion boutique owner, Hoxie, AR
Performance This Week: Raven didn’t cry during the volleyball game, which is more than most of the girls can say for themselves. She got the group date rose.
Vanessa, 29, special education teacher, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Performance This Week: Vanessa was crying because she is “over it” which means she thinks she’s above it.
Eliminated This Week
Alexis, 23, aspiring dolphin trainer, Secaucus, NJ
Reason For Elimination: HE DOES NOT DESERVE HER.
Danielle L., 27, small business owner, Los Angeles, CA
Performance This Week: After having a one-on-one, it is very interesting that she is on a two-on-one. But, Nick only had to talk to her for a very short time before he decided to give her the rose. The thing is, for the rest of the night, she was just blabbering on and he barely smiled.
Reason For Elimination: Her looks only took her so far.
Jaimi, 28, chef, New Orleans, LA
Reason For Elimiation: Too weird.
Jasmine G., 29, pro basketball dancer, San Francisco, CA
Performance This Week: Jasmine went full throttle and channeled all of her hate into getting way too into this volleyball game. Shoving Corinne to the ground was just what America wants to do. She is quickly unraveling, and it is an absolute train wreck. Well, this whole season is a train wreck. After she talks about it to literally everyone, she finally gets a chance to confront Nick about it, and mimes choking him out of anger. And then tries to make it sexual to save herself or something. It just went downhill so fast.
Reason For Elimination: Obviously, these conversations go one of one ways. It was over before it began.
Josephine, 24, unemployed nurse, Santa Cruz, CA
Reason For Elimination: Also too weird, but in a less cool way.
Whitney, 25, Pilates instructor, Chanhassen, MN
Performance This Week: This is the first time we’ve seen an extended conversation between Whitney and Nick. He calls her calming, which means she’s not as crazy as the other girls, but it makes her look boring in comparison. But after talking to Danielle for north of 7 minutes, he goes back to send her home.
Reason For Elimination: Dud.
Fill up your wine glasses, fill out your brackets, and see you all next week..