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With just three bachelors left to try to win Jillian’s heart, things are about to get even riskier as the three guys and the bachelorette head off to Maui, Hawaii to engage in the usual rituals of extreme dating. Nothing like a little trapeze activity or a helicopter ride to get the romance brewing, huh? Videos ahead!
If you’ve been following Jillian’s search for Mr. Right on this season’s The Bachelor, we’ve got a couple of clips and a description for Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette. This week, Jillian heads home to Vancouver with the 13 remaining guys where she’ll show them how they do things up north.
While Jillian Harris wasn’t able to win Jason Mesnick’s heart during the last season of The Bachelor, the 29-year-old is ready to start a new search for love and this time, she’s not the one competing for it. We’ve got a couple clips from the season premiere of The Bachelorette that you might like to take a look at before the two-hour premiere set to air on Monday.
I really can’t stand competitive dating series. There’s just something that bothers me about a bunch of people (men or women) competing for the affections of one person. Plus I can’t see how this kind of dating scenario could yield realistic results. How can two people genuinely fall in love under these conditions?