The eliminations continue for the 18th season of The Bachelor as Juan Pablo Galavis sends two women home in the upcoming episode.
Those ladies are said to be Lucy Aragon and Christy Hansen, Reality Steve has reported, bringing the total to 13 women, before the gang heads out of the country to Seoul, South Korea. It's not clear why they ended up without a rose that evening.
But in that episode, it was Cassandra Ferguson who scored some alone time with Galavis in a 1-on-1 date. They went to Long Beach and rode a water car before he cooked her dinner. She must have impressed him because she did get a rose that night.
Chelsie Webster also snagged a 1-on-1 date with the former soccer star. They went bungee jumping and had an exclusive concert with Billy Currington. Chelsie also got a rose.
As far the group date, it was Nikki Farrell, who caught Galavis' attention the most and won the group date rose. She along with Lucy, Christy and seven other women (Sharleen, Kelly, Alli, Andi, Lauren, Kat and Clare) played a soccer game at StubHub Center in Carson, C.a. Lucy and Christy must not have clicked with Galavis on the date because three women who didn't go (Kat, Clare and Elise) still got roses at the ceremony.
While Sharleen didn't get a 1-on-1 date this time around, she did have a chance to get intimate with Galavis and the two kiss. Of course the others ladies see and Clare is one who gets extremely jealous and walks off because she's upset she has to share her love interest with other women.
See how it all turns out on third episode of The Bachelor that will air on Monday Jan. 20 at 8/7c on ABC. Take a look at the promo before.