On this week's "Bachelorette" episode, Ali Fedotowsky took Ty and Frank on the most awkward two-on-one date in the history of the show. What would have made it more awesome? Renaissance costumes, obviously. In this deleted scene, apparently we really missed out on seeing Ali, Ty and Frank get their renaissance faire on. They don their costumes and learn how to dance -- Frank is worried about massacring another dance, since Broadway didn't go so well, but he does okay and he certainly makes Ali laugh a lot. Upon seeing this deleted scene, it's much easier to see how Ty was eliminated. He and Ali just didn't seem to have the same connection as she does with the other guys. Watch the clip below and let us know what you think! Also, is anyone else annoyed things like this got cut in favor of 45 freakin' minutes of the Jake and Vienna interview? Just us? "The Bachelorette" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Source & Video
The final five, Roberto, Kirk, Chris, Ty and Frank, all went to Lisbon, Portugal for a romantic getaway with Ali, who was forced to decide which four suitors will be moving on to the home town dates. Though a lot of drama was promised this week on The Bachelorette, most of it came from Chris Harrison's highly anticipated interview with Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi, who are living proof that finding fairytale love on TV could turn into a devastating nightmare. You can check out the highlights of the episode in Meghan Carlson's Bachelorette-Bites. Meanwhile, let's identify the winners and losers of the night. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now
The crickets may be the only ones enjoying themselves on Ali's two-on-one date with Ty and Frank. The highlight of this wine-soaked Episode 7 scene in Portugal seems to be Frank's desperate-for-a-conversation-piece idea that it would be great to live in the Medieval period. It probably would be more fun than this moment, it's true. Ali tells the camera, "This is all the elements of a romantic date, but the reality is I'm stuck between two guys right now. You know, now that I'm here on the date I don't know that Ty and Frank were a good match to bring." Well, yeah, they aren't supposed to be a match. You need to pick one! Source & Preview
We know Chris Lambton is not good on horses. Now we know we can add scooters to that list. In a video sneak peek for Episode 7 of The Bachelorette, Ali and Chris take a ride through Portugal on a moped. Chris says he's never driven a motorcycle or a moped or anything like that. "The only thing I've ever driven is a bicycle." With humor to match his nerves, he adds "I can't wipe out with Ali on here. I can't be the dude who kills The Bachelorette. That's just not gonna look good." Ali tells the camera delicately, "Chris had a little bit of a difficult time getting used to the moped. Chris was going pretty slow on the scooter, sort of like our relationship." (Ouch!) Better pick up the pace, Bay State boy! Source & Preview
Where will Ali Fedotowsky's jet-setting "Bachelorette" season takes us next on the July 5th episode? Portugal looks gorgeous -- do we think they're at a vineyard? It's hard to tell. We wonder who will get the rose from this two-on-one? Who do you think it'll be? Also, how awkward are those three? So awkward. All we're missing are some crickets from the sound editors, right? Don't forget -- the July 5 episode is also the one featuring the Jake and Vienna interview with Chris Harrison. We have a sneak peek clip of that as well! And finally, Mr. Rated-R himself has released a statement -- he feels lied to by ABC and isn't appearing on The Men Tell All episode! "The Bachelorette" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Source & Preview
"Bachelorette" Ali Fedotowsky and her top 5 men head to Portugal on Monday, July 5. It looks like Roberto gets a solo date and takes the time to have another impromptu dance with Ali, right in the middle of the street this time. Roberto just can't resist music and he certainly is a good dancer! Also be sure to watch the sneak peek of Ali's two-on-one date with Ty and Frank and the Jake-Vienna sit-down with host Chris Harrison. Watch the romantic Roberto and Ali dance below and then tune in to "The Bachelorette" Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Source & Preview
GET ready for some explosive drama, people! As if there hasn't been enough bombshells on The Bachelorette this season (we're talking to you, Justin), Monday's episode will bring the final (?) reunion of Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi, post-breakup. And boy does it sound intense! According to a press release from ABC, the reunion is awash in tension and anger. Despite the fact that their love was "real," they both claim the relationship is beyond repair. And considering Vienna calls Jake a "fame whore" and a liar, while Jake accuses her of cheating on him, let's just say that sounds about right. To Read More Click Here .
In the July 5 episode of The Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky continues her own train wreck journey with the five finalists in Lisbon, Portugal. Plus, in a special post-breakup reunion during The Bachelorette, it's time to watch the pot fight with the kettle as Vienna Girardi calls Jake Pavelka "a fame whore" and he accuses her of selling him out for money. Classy! Here's what else an ABC press release says will happen on Episode 7: To Read More Click Here .
Spoilers - they're called that for a reason. There was a time in the olden days when people didn't like to know what was coming in their entertainment. Silly them, they thought they were watching/reading/listening to find out what happens next. Turns out those old-fashioned folks were wrong - at least according to the apparent viewing science behind The Bachelorette. If you watched last night's episode (and I hope you did, because it took reality television to new heights, with calls from secret girlfriends in Canada and leaked voicemails and everything), you saw a lengthy string of scenes extolling what's coming this seasonÂ on The Bachelorette. Not just the kind of teasers for next week's episode that we've all grown accustomed to in our TV-saturated times; we're talking clear scenes from weeks in the future that made it fairly obvious who gets hometown dates and, more importantly, revealed a major emotional confrontation between frontrunner Frank and Ali. (ABC hasn't immediately responded to EW's calls for comment.) Sure, we're not 100-percent sure what bomb he drops to make her sob and question whether she'll ever find love, but we can certainly surmise that there's a breakup-type scenario in the near future for our heroine and the retail manager/aspiring screenwriter from Geneva, Ill. To Read More Click Here .