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Who Went Home on ‘The Bachelor’ Season 25 Week 7?

THE BACHELOR - Ò2507Ó Ð With hometowns on the horizon, Matt and the remaining women all take a serious look at their potential future together, resulting in more than a few difficult decisions. Former cast member Heather Martin isnÕt the only source of drama during this jam-packed week that includes two one-on-one dates, a group date, two rose ceremonies and a performance by GRAMMY¨-nominated artist Aloe Blacc. DonÕt blink or you may miss something on ÒThe Bachelor,Ó airing MONDAY, FEB. 15 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Craig Sjodin) MATT JAMES

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*Warning – spoilers ahead*

The Bachelor thrives on drama, but this season, it’s being outshined by drama outside of the house with Chris Harrison and Rachael Kirkconnell.

However, for this post, we’ll keep it in-house to breakdown who was eliminated prior to hometowns. 

Heather Martin’s arrival shook the girls. She came to shoot her shot, but being a last-minute addition didn’t work in her favor. Her time was short-lived (like 10 minutes of the series) as Matt said that this far into the process, it didn’t seem fair to the other women. He informed her that they didn’t build the connections to foster the relationships with the women who have been part of the process from the get-go. 

Given all the drama surrounding the season, this was a stand-up moment on Matt’s part. 

During the rose ceremony, Chelsea and Serena C were also eliminated while Abigail was spared and got the final rose. 

After an emotional conversation that found Abigail pouring her heart out and putting it all on the line, Matt said his heart was pulling him in another direction and eliminated her, which did not sit well with Bachelor Nation. (See the tweets now!)

In a shocking-twist, Kit eliminated herself because she had some doubts about the relationship and didn’t think it was fair to him to go into hometowns with someone who wasn’t 100% interested. 

Jessenia was blindsided during their one-on-one date. She told Matt that she was falling in love with him, but he didn’t feel that “intangible love” and compatibility, so he sent her home. 

 

Here are the ladies going to hometowns on The Bachelor Season 25 Week 8:

Serena P., 22, a publicist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Rachael, 24, a graphic designer from Cumming, Ga.

Bri, 24, a communications manager from San Francisco, Calif.

Michelle, 27, a teacher from Edina, Minnesota


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Who Won Matt James’ Heart on the Season Finale of ‘The Bachelor’?

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Who Won Matt James' Heart on the Season Finale of 'The Bachelor'?

For a franchise that loves to hype up each season as the “most dramatic yet,” Matt James’ season of The Bachelor really outdid itself with real-world drama surrounding Rachael Kirkconnell’s racial controversy, Chris Harrison’s downfall, and the bullying between the women in the house. 

In the season finale, Matt James expressed some doubts about his final two women: Rachael and Michelle Young. 

Best Tweets from Tonight’s ‘The Bachelor’ Finale and ‘After the Rose’

After Michelle gave him a jersey with his name on it (and a matching one for herself that read “Mrs. James), Matt decided it was the perfect time to break her heart. He explained that he didn’t feel the same way about her as she did for him. 

“I just want clarity,” Michelle said about his feelings, to which he responded: “I don’t think I could get there with you.”

And thus… that left us with one woman standing: Rachael. 

But does she get the final rose?

Matt still had doubts because he took what his mother said about love not being enough to sustain a relationship. He took that into consideration and questioned whether or not he was “there.” He realized he wasn’t sure that was ready to make a big decision or commitment like marriage regardless of the woman. 

“What do I tell Rachael,” he questioned, adding, “Rushing into something I’m not ready for is… I’m not willing to make the same mistake my dad did.”

Harrison then informed Rachael that there wouldn’t be a date that evening because Matt was confused and needed some time. Naturally, she took it personally and broke down crying. 

After some time to think it over, Matt revealed that he’s never felt this way before and that he knew he loved Rachael. 

During their last meeting, Rachael poured her heart out and said she’d choose him everyday from here on out, through the good and bad. 

Matt said that he saw what rushing a marriage did to his mom and his family and explained it’s not something he wants for them. “That’s why I can’t propose to you today,” he said, adding, “but that doesn’t mean I want to lose you.”

He explained that he wants to live his life with Rachael and wants to commit to her and build on what they started during their Bachelor journey.

“I’m in love you, and I see you as my wife and the mother of my kids,” he said. 

So, while there’s no proposal, there is a future for Rachael and Matt… that is until those photos from the antebellum photos surfaced. All of that will be addressed during the “After the Rose” ceremony hosted by Emmanuel Acho. 

During the “After the Rose” post-show, Matt revealed that his relationship with Rachael did not overcome the controversy.

“I’m really sorry that I hurt you,” Rachael told him in their first post-breakup meeting. Despite her apologies, Matt said he couldn’t get back together as she still had a lot to do. And though it was painful, the duo went their separate ways.


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Best Tweets from Tonight’s ‘The Bachelor’ Finale and ‘After the Rose’

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Best Tweets from Tonight's 'The Bachelor' Finale and 'After the Rose'

Tonight is the night.

Does Matt James make the right choice between Rachael Kirkconnell and Michelle Young on the season finale of The Bachelor Season 25?

And what did Twitter have to say? Find out who won Matt James’ season now

Here are the best tweets:

https://twitter.com/ShamsaSherif/status/1371652341267640323?s=20

https://twitter.com/_AttorneyAtPaw/status/1371642913738870785?s=20

https://twitter.com/ShamsaSherif/status/1371637082238689284?s=20

https://twitter.com/Niki_London/status/1371630382211272710?s=20

https://twitter.com/acceptedrose/status/1371613322810957824?s=20


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Here’s Who Is Replacing Chris Harrison on ‘The Bachelorette’ Next Season

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Here's Who Is Replacing Chris Harrison for 'The Bachelorette' Next Season

Chris Harrison’s future with The Bachelor franchise remains uncertain. 

According to Variety, the longtime host will not be returning to host season 17 of The Bachelorette

“Bachelorette” alums Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe will serve as co-hosts and temporarily replace Harrison amid the ongoing controversy surrounding his comments defending Rachael Kirkconnell. The latest Bachelor contestant from Matt James’ season was dragged online after photos of her attending an antebellum plantation party surfaced. 

“Chris Harrison will not be hosting the next season of ‘The Bachelorette.’ We support Chris in the work that he is committed to doing,” according to a joint statement from ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon, obtained by Variety.

“In his absence, former Bachelorettes Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe will support the new Bachelorette through next season,” the statement continues. “As we continue the dialogue around achieving greater equity and inclusion within ‘The Bachelor’ franchise, we are dedicated to improving the BIPOC representation of our crew, including among the executive producer ranks. These are important steps in effecting fundamental change so that our franchise is a celebration of love that is reflective of our world.”

It’s unclear what this means for his future with the franchise. 

After defending Kirkconnell while speaking with former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay, Harrison announced he would not be hosting the “After the Rose” segment following The Bachelor finale. It was announced that former linebacker Emmanuel Acho would be stepping in instead. 

The upcoming season of The Bachelorette is set to begin filming next week. Cast and crew are reportedly quarantining in New Mexico.


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