The Bachelor 11 News
Michele Leavy put the spotlight on another suitor, got stung by a bee, fell down the stairs and was one of three girls booted by The Bachelor eleventh-season star Brad Womack during Monday night's broadcast of the ABC reality dating series.
The remaining bachelorettes went on their first group dates with Brad Womack and the 34-year-old Austin, TX bar owner narrowed his field of suitors from 15 to 12 during The Bachelor's second eleventh-season episode last night on ABC.
Melissa Buschel knew Brad Womack wasn't the right fit for her, but she wasn't about to let it ruin her experience as a The Bachelor eleventh-season suitor.
The 25 women attempting to woo Brad Womack got their first chance during last night's premiere broadcast of The Bachelor's eleventh installment. But when it was over, the 34-year-old Austin, TX bar owner sent 10 packing in his journey to find true love via the long-running ABC reality dating series.
Only once in the last four seasons and twice in its last seven editions has ABC's long-running The Bachelor reality dating series ended with its star proposing to his final selected suitor. That trend is not lost on Brad Womack, The Bachelor's eleventh-season star.
ABC has announced the identities of the 25 women who will compete for the affection of Texas bar owner Brad Womack on The Bachelor's eleventh installment, which will premiere Monday, September 24 at 9:30PM ET/PT.
After casting a doctor, a prince and a military officer as the stars of its last three editions, The Bachelor has decided to hit the bar scene.
ABC has announced The Bachelor's eleventh installment will premiere Monday, September 24 at 9:30PM ET/PT, immediately following the debut of Dancing with the Stars' fifth season.
ABC has announced that new Dancing with the Stars and The Bachelor editions will air as part of its Fall 2007 primetime programming schedule.
The Bachelor, Dancing with the Stars, and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition have joined fellow ABC reality shows Supernanny and Wife Swap in receiving early renewals for the 2007-2008 television season. The renewals were announced as part of a Thursday announcement in which the network disclosed that it had given early 2007-2008 season pick-ups to 14 television series.
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