6. The Rose Ceremony
There was a lot of drama and confusion heading into this Rose Ceremony with no one really knowing where Zach’s head was at. Hearing the news that Christina was potentially intimidating other people or making them feel bad didn’t sit right with Zach. He has reiterated since the first night of The Bachelor Season 27 that he didn’t want any drama. However, drama is what they now have.
With two women eliminated during the dates and party and three receiving roses, Zach had 11 roses to give out amongst 12 women. Tension was in the air as the women lined up for the ceremony. Zach reiterated that he doesn’t make these decisions lightly and is thankful for everyone’s sacrifices to be there. The first rose was given out to Jess followed by Gabi and then Ariel. These three ladies all made a stronger connection with Zach during the pool party.
Genevieve received the fourth rose with her arm in a sling from an injury suffered during The Bachelor Bowl 5. Greer received the next rose followed by Katherine and Kylee. Davia was up next along with Anastasia and Brooklyn, who were involved in the drama with Christina. At that moment Christina knew she was in trouble. One rose left to be given to either Mercedes or Christina. In the end, Zach chose to keep Mercedes in the house sending Christina and hopefully the drama home. Christina was the only woman not to receive a rose during the ceremony.
Zach walked her out while Christina assured him that she understood why he had to send her home. There was definitely something there after Christina met his family. Hopefully, the mansion will get better vibes now that the drama has been removed or at least that’s what we thought. There was a teaser showing that someone may not be here for the right reasons, shocker.
Missed last week’s episode? Check out the article above to find out what happened the last episode. Do we think sending Christina home was the right move? Who will the next villain of The Bachelor Season 27 be?
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