After a season of shocking exits and surprising choices, The Bachelor is down to its final two women: Vienna, the 23-year-old who butted heads with the rest of the women, and Tenley, the 25-year-old divorced girl-next-door. Although Ali made a plea to win back Jake after she chose to leave the show for her job, Jake made it clear he had moved on. So will Ali become the next star of The Bachelorette and was the fact that Gia was unable to tell Jake she was in love with him the reason for being sent home from St. Lucia? Host Chris Harrison weighs in. To Read More Click Here .
The newest "Bachelor" scandal -- final three contestant Gia Allemand has a boyfriend -- Dominick Pierno of Long Island. According to the New York Post, Pierno, a restaurant owner from Long Island, says, "[Gia] was on the show and said she broke up with me. Meanwhile, we had dinner at Philippe the other night." We don't know that we'd necessarily draw the conclusion between that comment and Gia definitely having a boyfriend. However, considering her whirlwind, slightly dysfunctional relationship with former Yankees pitcher Carl Pavano, we wouldn't be shocked if it were true. It doesn't sound as though Gia is the most stable of girlfriends. Source Here
So we finally learned what Jake really meant when he said "Get on a plane, get here right now!" Last night's episode of The Bachelor finally disproved all those misleading rumors and promos about Ali coming back on the show as Jake told her that coming back isn't such a good idea now that he's NOT in love with her anymore. While Ali's rejection doesn't really come as a surprise, considering all the rumors and spoilers on the internet, there was something intriguing about Ali's "return" that caught my attention. After Jake rejected her on the phone, Ali poured her heart out in front of the cameras in her "San Francisco" hotel room, expressed her regret in choosing her career over Jake and woefully looked out the window while saying, "I don't know that I'll find anyone like Jake again." With all the tears, drama and pity party going on, I'd say ABC is trying to make viewers feel sorry for Ali while hinting on the next Bachelorette, just as what happened to Jake in The Bachelorette season 5. On the other hand, this could also be another one of the network's misleading tactics to throw viewers for a loop. What do you think? Source Here
On this week's episode of The Bachelor, Jake takes Gia, Tenley and Vienna on a romantic getaway to St. Lucia and a heart-broken Ali asks for a second chance. Up until Ali's shocking decision to leave the show (and Jake) to save her job, it seemed Gia was most likely on the chopping block and on this, the night's first date; she'll have to really prove why she belongs to stay. Most of Gia and Jake's St. Lucia date is very steamy. There's lots of hand-holding, kissing, flirting, etc. Their physical connection is in no question on this date. However, that's never been this couple's problem and for Gia to remain through to the final two, she's got to push herself to be a little more forthcoming emotionally. Even at the beginning of the episode, Jake reflects on his time with Gia and says she's been the most closed-up. Over a romantic dinner on the beach, the emotional and physical chemistry between the duo is palpable and Gia narrates that she's ready and waiting to tell Jake she's falling in love with him. She doesn't say it at dinner. She doesn't say it on the beachfront hammock. She doesn't even say it when the two share a romantic bubble bath in their fantasy suite even though she voices over the scene that she's ready to use the L-word with Jake 4 or 5 times (or so it seems). You just want to push the words out of Gia's mouth because it's so frustrating to watch. She wants to say it and Jake, at this point, really needs to hear it but the entire date goes by and 'love' doesn't pop up once from Gia (even though their date turns out to possibly be the most romantic out of the three). To Read More Click Here If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now
Tonight marks the penultimate episode of The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love and for us that means more make out sessions and more fantasy suite drama! Jake is down to his final three bachelorettes but by the end of episode, he must send one woman home in tears as he offers the final two roses to the women who will meet his family. The romantic adventure begins in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia where Jake presents each bachelorette with an invitation to spend an intimate night together in a "fantasy suite," with the hope that she will accept. To Read More Click Here .
Once Mr. Dateless, always Mr. Dateless. Or is Bachelor Jake Pavelka just throwing us off his scent? Last night on Extra, while dancing with Tiger Woods' mistress Rachel Uchitel (yes, it's a mad, mad, mad world we live in) Jake admitted that while he may have already chosen his final girl on The Bachelor, he has no plans for Valentine's Day this year. Judging from the sad look on his face when Rachel posed the question, we'd guess Jake is telling the truth, and he's single once more. After all, his endorsement of rumored "final one" Vienna Girardi wasn't exactly ringing with passion and excitement: "I think Vienna's a great girl. I don't think there's anything wrong with her." Source & Preview
Now that Jake Pavelka is about to narrow down his final two on The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love, predictions and speculations as to who will end up being the future Mrs. Pavelka have become rampant. However, the biggest controversy to deal with for now is Ali, who calls Jake in next week's episode to ask for a second chance. The question is: Will Jake take Ali back? Not surprisingly, most of our readers believe Jake won't. But it's not because Jake doesn't like Ali or that he's got too much pride to take her back, at least I don't think so. I guess the main issue here is that most fans don't really believe that Ali is asking to come back in spite of the video preview that claims she wants to. Like BuddyTV reader LOVEREID, many believe that Ali's phone call is scripted and that there's manipulative editing involved. Ali seems to be a smart and sensible girl who can stand by her decision to choose work over love. But even if she really does plead to come back on the show, it doesn't make sense for Facebook to suddenly allow her to return on The Bachelor after making such a big deal about her absence and giving her an ultimatum. Jake, on the other hand, strikes me as someone who will not turn down someone he really likes, and Ali seems to fit that description. He's been there and done that on The Bachelorette season 5, after all. But since I find Ali's return a little bit contrived and since there are only two final roses left to give on Monday's episode, I doubt that he'll be giving one of them to Ali. What do you think will happen on Monday's episode? Let me know in the comments below! Source Here
By now, most hardcore Bachelor fans are well-aware of the spoiler rumors that you-know-who will walk away with a ring from Jake Pavelka at the end of this season. If you've somehow managed to avoid this major spoiler, I won't ruin it for you here. However, your knowledge of the alleged winner (and possibly Jake's wife-to-be) will put this quote from Bachelor host Chris Harrison in a whole new light: "I know for a fact Jake is happy with his decision." After the jump, more words from Chris Harrison about Jake's final decision, plus blatant spoiler discussion about Bachelor Jake's choice in lifetime co-pilot. To Read More Click Here .
After an emotionally charged conversation with Bachelor Jake Pavelka in which he asked her not to go, 25-year-old Ali Fedotowsky decided to leave the show, and her shot at love with Jake, to ensure she'd stay employed at her job in San Francisco. But this latest sneak peek of next week's Bachelor episode proves that it's not quite over between Ali and Jake, if she has anything to say about it. Jake has accompanied the final three women--Vienna, Gia, and Tenley--to exotic St. Lucia, but that doesn't stop Ali from calling him up and asking for a second chance. Will Jake agree to let Ali return for a second chance, or is it "too little, too late" for the guy who still has three beautiful women competing for his affections? Tune in Monday, Feb.15 at 8pm on ABC to find out during The Bachelor's penultimate episode! In the end, Jake can only offer two final roses to the women he wants to meet his family in the dramatic season finale. Source & Preview
Us Weekly has been spreading some crazy rumors about this season's final Bachelor girls, and it turns out even bubbly Tenley Molzahn isn't immune to their gossip: the tabloid has a source who says Tenley isn't "the sweet girl everyone thinks." But take heart, Tenley fans, and take this with a massive grain of salt, everyone else: this information comes straight from the alleged "other woman." Us spoke to Christina Latham, with whom Tenley's ex Ryan Natividad cheated, and to whom he is now reportedly engaged. She had these harsh words to say about the former Disney princess: To Read More Click Here .