Well, after the world’s most ridiculous and awkward photo shoot, it seems that the drama is only heating up for Nick Viall.
Though the dates were mainly made up of drinking and making out (I can relate), there were some emotional and touching moments, particularly the one in which Danielle M. told Nick about her fiance’s death. They seemed to grow closer from the revelation. Not only did Danielle have a chance to connect, but Raven was able to show her own personality and just how likable she is.
Conversely, Corinne took off her top during her own photo shoot moment and subsequently became the season’s “villain.” Christen betrays Liz by divulging some of her secrets and Josephine is tasked with slapping Nick. It’s all pretty uncomfortable.
If we’ve learned anything from The Bachelor, it’s how not to act on television.
Tune in on ABC on Monday, January 16 at 8:00 P.M. ET to see what happens next.
The Bachelor Season 21, Episode 3 Viewing Details
Date: January 16, 2017
Time: 8:00 P.M. ET
TV Channel: ABC
Starring: Nick Viall
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