The Bachelorette's hometown week might've ended on a very sad note, but before that it was nothing but love from the families for Andi.
This week, Andi headed to the homes of Marcus, Josh, Nick and Chris where two of the men in particular pulled out all the stops to show her their love. But despite Marcus' openness with his feelings — and his incredible striptease — Andi let him go during what turned out to be a devastating rose ceremony following the news of Eric's death.
Cocky, confident or both? That's the big question surrounding The Bachelorette's Nick.
On Monday's episode, Nick pulled the move that happens just about every season — he "snuck out," showed up at Andi's hotel room and stole some extra time with her. But while the remaining guys — and most of the viewing audience — believe Nick is arrogant, Andi seems to view his aggressiveness as sexy.
This week's emotionally charged two-part episode of The Bachelorette wrapped up by discussing late contestant Eric Hill following his exit from the show.
On Monday's episode, Eric and Andi got into a confrontation about their relationship not moving forward after their initial one-on-one date. Andi ultimately decided it was best for Eric leave prior to the rose ceremony, but tragically that was the final conversation they'd have before his unexpected death in a paragliding accident in April. As host Chris Harrison tells us in our weekly chat, the show eventually decided to cut the rose ceremony and instead air an intimate conversation between Harrison and Andi about Eric. Read on for more of Harrison's take on the episodes.
Through the years of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, we've seen many of the men and women attempt to carry a tune. However, this week's group date may just take the cake as the worst singing performance from the show yet.
On Sunday's episode, Andi and some of the guys were treated to the vocal stylings of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men. But the guys were in for a surprise when they themselves had to perform everyone's favorite sexy time song "I'll Make Love to You" in front of an audience of 3,000. Needless to say only opera singer Bradley held his own, while the others hilariously failed.
Top Moments: Mad Men's sweet send-off and Bachelorette's dirty dance
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9. Best Comeback: On the premiere of So You Think You Can Dance, redheaded contemporary dancer Caleb Brauner is back after having shared a hilarious and memorable audition dance with his dad last year. Unfortunately, since then, his father has died, but that lights a fire in Caleb. Although he doesn't make it in New Orleans where he first tries out, he...