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Who Was Eliminated on The Bachelorette Season 17 Episode 9

THE BACHELORETTE - "1709" – After an unexpected and heartbreaking departure before “hometowns,” Katie is nervous but excited to continue the journey with her three remaining men in New Mexico. With stakes at an all-time high and the pressure of meeting loved ones, she tries to balance falling in love with fairness – but keeping her emotions held close leads to a tense fallout with one of the guys. Can Katie patch things up enough to convince him (and herself) to stay, or is she ready to quit her journey for good? An all-new episode of “The Bachelorette” airs MONDAY, AUG. 2 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Craig Sjodin) KATIE THURSTON, GREG

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Welcome to Hometowns! 

Katie set off to meet the families and loved ones of her final three men — Greg, Blake, and Justin.

Things went pretty well with Blake’s family as they liked Katie a lot and could feel the chemistry between her and Blake. 

However, they were worried about the fact that Katie and Blake haven’t said “I love you,” especially since Blake thought previous Bachelorettes Claire Crawley and Tayshia Adams were once “the one.”

Justin’s hometowns hit a bit of a snag when it was revealed that his family couldn’t make it out. 

His two childhood friends came in their place, which was only slightly reassuring for Katie considering a proposal is just around the corner. 

Justin figured it might be for the better as they knew him better than his parents and have called him out of previous relationships. 

Greg’s hometowns went well, but then they took a drastic turn when he couldn’t bring himself to accept that Katie still had other men. 

The conversation took a really negative and unexpected turn when he told her that he loved her. 

“You just completely dismissed it in my eyes,” he told Katie about him saying the L-word. 

The next day, Greg came to Katie’s room where he acknowledged the emptiness between them. 

Katie explained that she’s saving the big talk until the very end, but Greg didn’t accept her answer. 

“I’ve reached my breaking point with this. I gave you everything, and I really hope you find something,” he told her before underscoring that he’s leaving the show. 

Katie basically begged him to stay, but Greg was straightforward when he said “I’m done here,” and walked away.

So, technically, Greg eliminated himself. But will it stick? Will Katie go after him? Tune into the season finale next week to find out how it all ends! 

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The Bachelorette Season 20: Best Tweets and Memes from the Premiere

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The Bachelorette kicked off its 20th season on June 26, 2023 with 25 hopefuls traveling across the world to see if they have a spark with Charity Lawson.

As with every season of the Bachelor Nation installment, the arrivals were memorable, the first impression rose telling, and a visit from Charity’s brother brought a jaw-dropping amount of drama, plus many fans already narrowed down their favorites and their least favorite contenders. 

Naturally, the moments inspired a range of tweets, memes, and reactions from fans who have a lot of thoughts about how this season of the franchise will pan out. 

You can check out some of the best ones below:

https://twitter.com/TaysLiveTweets/status/1673511692846747649?s=20

https://twitter.com/aallyyyyssssssa/status/1673509218001858560?s=20

https://twitter.com/scoobydoesnt/status/1673504200041410561?s=20

https://twitter.com/makeupbytoshi/status/1673510120645427200?s=20

https://twitter.com/ItsCourtn3yBach/status/1673503942494257152?s=20

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Bachelorette Season 20 Is Here — All the Info You Need About the Premiere

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The Bachelorette Season 20 is heating up the summer with its premiere on June 26, 2023.

25 hopeful men will be vying for the heart of lead Charity Lawson, a 27-year-old therapist, who was previously a contestant on The Bachelor Season 27 with Zach Shallcross as the lead and was eliminated after hometowns.

Will Charity find love this time around? Will the season end in an engagement?

 

Where/How to Watch The Bachelorette Live

The Bachelorette will premiere on ABC—and air all subsequent episodes on the channel. You can watch on live TV, the ABC app, or ABC.com. New episodes will be available to stream the next day on Hulu.

 

What Time Does The Bachelorette Premiere?

The Bachelorette Season 20 will premiere at 9/8c. The episodes will air weekly at the same time each week unless otherwise specified. Each episode will be an hour-long installment unless there’s a double-featured, which will be announced weekly.

 

 

The Bachelorette 2023 Cast

Per the ABC website: The 25 men vying for Charity’s heart are the following:

Aaron B., 29, a software salesman from San Diego, Calif.
Aaron S., 33, a firefighter from San Diego, Calif.
Adrian, 33, a realtor from Northridge, Calif.
Brayden, 24, a travel nurse from San Diego, Calif.
Caleb A., 29, a resident physician from Ann Arbor, Mich.
Caleb B., 24, a pro wrestler from Orlando, Fla.
Christopher “Chris,” 27, a world record jumper from White Plains, N.Y.
Dotun, 30, an integrative medicine specialist from Brooklyn, N.Y.
James, 28, an attorney from Chicago, Ill.
Joe, 32, a tech operations director from San Francisco, Calif.
Joseph “Joey,” 27, a tennis pro from Lawai, Hawaii.
John., 27, a data scientist from New York, N.Y.
John Henry, 30, an underwater welder from Virginia Beach, Va.
Josh, 28, a Harvard grad student from Bethlehem, Pa.
Kaleb K., 26, construction salesman from Norcross, Ga.
Ahmad Khalid “Khalid,” 28, a tech recruiter from Dearborn, Mich.
Michael, 28, a yacht captain from Chicago, Ill.
Nicholas “Nic,” 32, an HR executive from Bayonne, N.J.
Peter, 33, an airline pilot from New York, N.Y.
Sean, 25, a software sales representative from Tampa, Fla.
Spencer, 32, a medical sales director from Moorpark, Calif.
Tanner, 30, a mortgage lender from Pittsburgh, Pa.
Taylor, 32, a loan officer from Springboro, Ohio.
Warwick, 27, a construction manager from Nashville, Tenn.
Xavier, 27, a biomedical scientist from Carrboro, N.C.

 

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Why ‘The Bachelorette’s Final Few Episodes of Season 19 Won’t Air on Mondays

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Why 'The Bachelorette's Final Few Episodes of Season 19 Won't Air on Mondays

Bachelorette Mondays are almost over. 

While there are still a few more episodes left in the season, the reality series will not be airing on Monday nights for the final few episodes. 

Season 19 of The Bachelorette welcomed two leading ladies, but the episode count stayed the same, meaning that double the fun was packed into each week. 

This past week on August 22, the bachelorettes went on their hometown dates, which means that the “Men Tell All” episode is next followed by the Fantasy Suite dates.

The “Men Tell All” episode, hosted by Jesse Palmer, will debut on Monday, August 29, with the first Fantasy Suites episode concluding Monday evenings on September 5 (Labor Day!).

The second Fantasy Suite episode (double the leads, double the drama!) will move to a new night, Tuesday, September 13. 

The season finale and “After the Final Rose” live special will air Tuesday, September 20.

The changes are being made likely to accommodate the start of the fall primetime TV schedule along with the premiere of Bachelor in Paradise, where you know things are bound to get crazy. BIP will stick to Tuesday nights for the season. 

Got all of that? Mark it in your calendars and get ready for tears, drama, and a fairytale ending. 

While episodes might be shifting from Monday to Tuesday, the time slot stays the same at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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