The Bachelorette Recap: A Contestant Chases After the Girl Who Was Sent …

20 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Meet the biggest ‘Bachelorette’ jerk in history.

Bless Chris Harrison’s heart – the Bachelorette host did not keep us waiting when it came time to reveal whether Britt Nilsson or Kaitlyn Bristowe would be moving on as the Bachelorette. The Bachelorette’s face-off between Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson may have incited online criticism, but Bristowe – who was revealed to be the last standing woman on Tuesday night’s episode – says she doesn’t feel the premise went too far. “I definitely had my concerns and questions,” the 29-year-old former dance instructor tells PEOPLE. “But I don’t think I would have gone through with it if I thought it was just sexist.After 11 seasons of proposals, intimate nights in the fantasy suites and of course, a few dimwitted gestures, it would seem like ABC’s “The Bachelorette” has seen and heard it all.

At the end of the day, it is still a TV show.” Bristowe, who works with RAW Beauty Talks to help empower women, says it took some practical thinking to get past any worries about sending the wrong message. “I just kept reminding myself, ‘You’re on . I have to admit – I was kind of hoping that Ryan M. would be the swing vote and that that the drunken, misogynist escapades that got him kicked off meant the whole thing would end up in a tie, but alas.

Britt took the news as well as one could, thanking Harrison for letting her be a part of the process. “I want to be a wife and mom more than anything,” she said tearfully in the limo ride on the way back to the hotel. Between threatening one of the suitors with rape and exclaiming, “You suck!” to others, it was only a matter of time before the producers and host Chris Harrison asked McDill to kindly find his suit in the bushes and go. She added that while she was “grateful” for the experience, “I almost wish that I hadn’t met them because that makes it a lot harder to walk away from. That’s what mattered to me.” And throughout the process, Bristowe tried to stay honest with herself: “I did a couple of gut checks,” she says. “I didn’t have this goal of, ‘I need to be engaged.’ It was more, ‘I hope that’s going to happen because that’s what I came here for.” How many times do you have to put your heart out there?” When Harrison broke the news to Kaitlyn, he took a page out of Ryan Seacrest’s Book of Reality-Show Hosting: “I counted the votes, and unfortunately, Kaitlyn,” he said, pausing long enough for civilizations to be built, destroyed and built again, “I had to send Britt home.” JJ proved a worthy contender when he revealed to Kaitlyn that he has a 3-year-old daughter; Kaitlyn said that it made her take him more seriously than the others, but not more seriously than smokeshow Shawn B., apparently.

It’s a bunch of crying and yelling obviously, but we also learn that Nick Viall, Andi Dorfman’s castoff from her season of The Bachelorette, will be joining the ranks. If you’ll recall, Nick was the one who “made love” with Andi and then told everybody about it on the After the Final Rose special. “The things I told you were real. The way I kissed you, those things were real,” he told Andi, adding that he was “completely blindsided” when she chose Josh Murray. • How long do these tapings run? Tanner, our last KC contestant after last night’s triumph/fiasco involving Ryan M., got a rose and didn’t even embarrass himself with a cheesy voiceover.

Good job. “Let’s toast to Kaitlyn!” a tall stubbled guy declares, and then we see a highlight reel Kaitlyn frolicking in some ancient ruins and learning hockey.

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