Last night on The Bachelorette, Jillian Harris toured Spain trying to figure out which of her final four were in for the right reasons and the long haul.
In the end, the cutie finally made the decision Americans (and Canadians) have collectively been waiting for her to make for the past eight weeks.
But first, Jillian worried that Kiptyn Locke was too perfect and out of her league, whether Reid Rosenthal was ready to open up emotionally and start a life with her, or if she will ever come before Ed Swiderski’s career. Valid concerns.
In Madrid, Kiptyn Locke revealed that “a proposal seems far off,” but the two sure had fun during a flamenco dance lesson and crashing a moped into a curb.
Smooth, it wasn’t, but that was actually appealing for Kiptyn. In the end, Jillian declined to invite him to the Fantasy Suite, despite how much she likes him.
Way to play hard to get, Jill!
THE LAST THREE: Ed Swiderski, Kiptyn Locke and Reid Rosenthal.
Next stop? Seville, for a date with Reid Rosenthal. He was the only guy to fish for details about her other hometown dates, but Jill kept the heat on him, desperate to figure out what he’s feeling since Reid won’t open up.
The most he could muster was how he is physically attracted to her and that she smells good, and he likes the direction things are headed. Fantasy Suite? Denied!
It was then Ed Swiderski’s turn for a date in Sevilla. He detailed his decision to bolt The Bachelorette, only to come back in a move that wasn’t staged whatsoever.
She was eating it up, despite feeling burned by that decision a few weeks back. Ed Swiderski even talked his way into the Suite to “catch up on lost time.” OMG.
They’d still be sleeping in their clothes, however. Be strong, J.
Finally, it was Wes’ turn … to say feels comfortable around Spanish people because he had a #1 hit in Chihuahua, Mexico. Kudos to whoever wrote that line.
It only got worse from there. When Jillian asked if he’d move to Vancouver if he won, Wes Hayden awkwardly spilled a beer and changed the subject. So slick.
Jillian hoped things would be better during a fahn-cy dinner, but Wes Hayden pretty much admitted he came on The Bachelorette to help boost his music career.
Jillian’s face says it all as Wes packs his bags.
He even unintentionally (or not) referred to Laurel Kagay as his girlfriend when Jilli grilled him for the 433rd time. Suffice it to say, the Fantasy Suite? No shot.
As the men waited at the rose ceremony, Wes showed his true colors one last time. After Kiptyn said “if it’s me, keep it real guys,” Wes responded, “If it’s me, know that I’ll be back home … having lots of sex!” Crickets.
Wes Hayden then did get the boot, to the surprise of no one.
In the limo ride whisking him away, he downed a drink and gloated, “I’m the first guy ever to make the top four on The Bachelorette with a girlfriend” and said of the remaining fellas, “Them boys couldn’t so much as get a nibble in Texas.”
With Wes gone, who will win The Bachelorette?