Although The Bachelorette cast continued their journey around Europe but Michael was sent packing.
With only five potential husbands left, Desiree Hartsock is using her one-on-one dates to try and find out exactly where, with each man, she is in the course of a their relationship.
Brooks was chosen for the night's first one-on-one date and was treated to a spectacular view in Madeira off the coast of Portugal. As the couple sat in the low hanging clouds, talking and kissing, Des claims that they have made a break through in their relationship.
Over dinner the duo use adjectives between 'like' and 'love' to talk about their feelings for each other. While Desiree says is running from 'like' to 'love,' Brooks admits later that he is a little behind Des in the way he feels.
Next, Des took a picnic trip with Chris. The pair headed off to an island to eat and write poetry. After struggling to find the courage, Chris finally manages to admit to Des that he is in love with her. Later Des tells host Chris Harrison that she is in love with Brooks but he has yet to say he feels the same, unlike Chris who now seems to be moving faster than his other competitors.
Michael's one-on-one date defiantly did not go as well as Brooks and Chris and it's really not too much of a surprise that he found himself empty handed at the Rose Ceremony. The couple engaged in more tourist activities but Michael did open up over dinner, talking about his past love life and his rocky relationship with his father.
Neither Drew nor Zak had the benefit of a one-on-one date this week but they raced to determine who would get to talk with Des first. Zak won and used his artist's skills to go over their relationship via pictures. However, Drew later took the rose after admitting he is in love with Des.
When the Rose Ceremony rolled around it was Michael who left without the coveted flower while the other men prepared for their trips back home with Des.