Leaving Rachel Trueheart both brokenhearted and broke, Nick's controversial move proved that not everything in the Bachelor universe is totally contrived. From now until the end of the year, we'll be paying tribute to the hottest of the hot with bikini photos galore. Actually, who knows if that's even true, but it certainly benefited former Hooters waitress / Ben Flajnik castoff Blakeley Jones in her efforts.
Another partially exciting season of Bachelor Pad is in the books, and the finale of ABC's guilty pleasure smash certainly packed in something for everyone.
She acts all outraged and like it’s so unfair and something about Olympic swimmers (Sarah’s dumb, y’all), but — you broke a rule. When the guys start, Chris is annoyed that Blakeley is coaching her partner, Tony. It’s not like she’d want to see her partner win or anything.
The date starts with a jeep and Sarah and Chris make themselves feel better by making fun of how mad Blakeley must be by this “crappy” date. *sigh* After they drive for awhile, they pull up to an Airstream trailer out in the mountains. Then Tony puts the radio in the Jeep on (but it seems super fake, it makes like “radio in the 1950s movie” sound and — is that the Wes song? Tony actually does not seem to smell what Chris is shoveling. Dude, Tony, it seemed as though you were smarter than this. Even if you feel that way, you don’t say it like that and in front of everybody. Here’s another guy who is lucky he didn’t get punched in the throat (on several occasions).
Partner it’s also a question to do with why i'm drawn to different.THG is counting down the 100 Hottest Bikini Bodies of 2012!From now until the end of the year, we'll be paying tribute to the hottest of the hot with bikini photos galore. Monday's Bachelor Pad season finale caused a great deal of controversy, with viewers torn on whether Nick Peterson was right or wrong to keep the entire prize."It's been overwhelming with a lot of people voicing their opinions, both good and bad.The show features contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, who compete for a final cash prize of 0,000.Former game show host and news anchor Chris Harrison reprises his role from The Bachelor, while Melissa Rycroft served as special guest co-host for the first season.