Spoiler Warning: Do not read if you have not yet watched The Bachelorette's June 25 episode!
Becca first ousted David at the beginning of her two-on-one date with Jordan in Las Vegas after the 25-year-old venture capitalist from Denver, CO, spent his alone time with the Bachelorette talking trash about Jordan's intentions and character.
"Jordan doesn't care about anybody other than himself and that's what really pisses me off. He's a narcissist through and through. It's really, really disheartening to know she chose a clown over a good quality guy with a big heart," David said following his ouster.
But Becca sent Jordan packing anyways over dinner that night on the two-on-one date. Becca seemed turned off by the fact the 26-year-old male model from Crystal River, FL, kept talking about his looks and his career.
"I did not see that coming. I'm just in shock right now. I'm numb. I put myself out there. I was vulnerable and I got no reward. It sucks. It really does suck. Wow dude. I'm happy I could be a better man that David but it doesn't feel too much like that because I'm going home in the same day," Jordan told the cameras after his exit.
"For some reason, she just felt I wasn't enough. The fact I appreciate about her is she stated she's never met anyone like me. I feel unique. I'm smart, I do have a look, I can speak, I can walk, I'm fit. I mean, I wish I knew what she didn't like about me."
Jordan added, "I really can treat someone right and light up their world, but I'm going to wake up alone, just like I always do. I guess she thought I made a joke of this whole thing. But at the end of all this, I've been myself. With that being said, I'm still on the journey for love."
And finally, Becca eliminated John, a 28-year-old software engineer from San Francisco, CA, at the Rose Ceremony in Las Vegas.
"I certainly don't want to be going home right now. I wish Becca and I had a little more time to get to know each other. The woman I wanted to be with didn't want to be with me in return. I wish we had a stronger, faster-growing connection. I really do. I'm certainly bummed about it," John said in tears.
Colton's focus on this date was to have quality time with Becca. They left the Tia Booth situation in the past and had moved on from that, but he didn't have a lot of experience in past relationships and had to share that with her.
For their date, Becca and Colton rode camels together and soaked in a hot tub located in the middle of the desert. Becca and Colton got off to a slow start, so she was hoping to build on their chemistry that day.
Becca quickly learned she felt comfortable with Colton and she liked him a lot.
Colton then revealed his last serious relationship was a little over one year ago. He said, "I love you," to this woman but didn't hear it back, and he had only been in love once. Because Colton faced rejection, he didn't feel like he was enough, and the girl he loved broke up with him.
But Colton assured Becca it wasn't a bad thing he's only been in love once. On the contrary, Colton said he just takes those three little words very seriously. He told Becca he doesn't even take the words "falling in love" lightly.
It upset Becca that Colton associated pain with the word love; however, he was taking down his walls for her.
After Becca gave Colton a rose at dinner because she appreciates who he is, the pair capped the night with a private ride on a double-decker bus to observe the bright lights of the Vegas Strip.
The couple shared a few kisses during the ride, and Colton told the cameras he could "confidently say" he was "falling in love with Becca." In turn, seeing Colton smile made Becca's heart happy.
Jordan and David were left with the two-on-one, and both guys were confident each other's opponent would go home without the rose. David said Jordan and Becca were "not compatible" because Becca is "intellectual and Jordan is "an idiot." Meanwhile, Jordan claimed David has "no game" and "no charisma."
For the group date, Becca and her guys were given a tour of Wayne Newton and his wife's lavish mansion and estate.
The bachelors were then asked to write lyrics of a song for Becca, only to perform the songs later in front of a live audience.
Some guys struggled with their words, such as Garrett, and Blake was totally "freaked out" because he considered himself to be a terrible singer.
Chris, however, shined given he had a little practice from his songwriting one-on-one date earlier this season. Becca found Chris' confident performance sexy and attractive.
Because he stood out on the date, Chris was pretty certain he was going to receive the date's rose. As a result, he wasn't concerned about Becca having conversations and spending time with other guys. Chris had a hard time believing anyone's connection with Becca equaled his own.
Chris thought he was great for Becca, saying no one brings to the table what he does and he was "ranked as one of the top frontrunners."
Meanwhile, Blake admitted to Becca he was "falling in love" with her and it felt "so right."
Becca was "feeling like the happiest girl in the world," telling the cameras her relationship with him "felt so natural" and she was "falling in love with Blake" right back.
"I honestly knew it from the beginning," Becca said of her love for Blake.
Becca and Chris didn't get a chance to talk at all, but he apparently never sought her out. Becca therefore gave the group-date rose to Blake because they were "taking steps forward."
Chris was "baffled," "shook" and "hurt" by Becca's decision. He was embarrassed and didn't feel interest from Becca. He thought she would have made time for him, and so he realized he might be going home.
As a result, Chris considered packing his bags and leaving that night.
The following day, Becca went on her date with David and Jordan. When David got to sit down with Becca in private, he talked about how Jordan constantly mentioned other girls, bragging about how models want to hook up with.
David told Becca that Jordan was genuinely interested in women they saw at the hotel and suggested he was settling for Becca.
"Settling" was a trigger word for Becca given Arie Luyendyk Jr. had previously dubbed her the "safe choice" on his season. Becca was pissed to hear David's claims and wanted to get to the bottom of them immediately.
David was proud of himself for exposing Jordan "as a golden underpants clown."
Jordan, however, predictably denied everything David said and called him a liar. Jordan thought it was the "worst thing imaginable" to tell a woman that a guy is settling for her, so he couldn't believe David would accuse him of such a thing.
Becca admitted other guys had said similar things about Jordan and she needed some depth from him. Jordan then decided to open up about how he came from nothing except love, as his father adored and cared for his mother, who has "multiple mental illnesses."
Jordan told Becca he was open and vulnerable with her, and unapologetically himself.
After his chat with Becca, Jordan yelled at David for throwing him under the bus and "fabricating" and "manufacturing" lies. David insisted to Becca he was honest and sincere, but Jordan was so angry he wanted to put his foot in David's ass.
Becca told both men she felt like she was back in the sixth grade. She found their drama "annoying, frustrating and petty."
Becca then decided to eliminate David because she wanted more time with Jordan to get to the bottom of things. Jordan bragged to the cameras how the chicken had its head chopped off.
That night, Becca gave Jordan another chance because he had to spend the whole day defending himself against David's unflattering allegations. Jordan definitely made Becca laugh, but chemistry and depth was missing from their relationship.
Once Jordan appeared to focus the conversation on himself and talk about the difficulties and demands of a modeling career, Becca seemed turned off. When Jordan also tried to kiss her, she somewhat rejected his advances.
Becca then decided to let Jordan go. While she said he was "charismatic," their romance hadn't progressed like some of her relationships with the other guys. There was just "something missing," according to Becca.
At the cocktail party in Vegas, only 10 guys remained.
Garrett noted it was only a matter of time until someone pushed Chris' buttons and he blew up. Becca was confused about Chris because he didn't try to spend time with her on the group date and she had heard from other men he had threatened to quit the show.
Becca was really hurt Chris almost left her, and although he promised he was serious about her and really liked her, Becca shut herself down around him. Becca could barely speak to Chris and look at him in the eye. Becca's behavior crushed Chris, and he acknowledged one mistake might've cost him the perfect girl for him.
Chris told Becca that if he wanted to leave, he would've left. Chris was so desperate to prove his feelings for Becca, in fact, he interrupted her conversation with Wills and got into a little tiff with Wills over time with Becca.
Chris said he was legitimately falling for Becca and so he was devastated by her apparent lack of interest. Before the Rose Ceremony, Chris told Becca that she's "something special" and he'd never run away from her.
Chris apologized to Becca and told the cameras he was dedicated to becoming Becca's man, best friend and eventual husband.
At the Rose Ceremony in Las Vegas, Becca handed out roses in the following order: Garrett, Jason, Wills, Lincoln, Leo, Connor, and Chris. John was eliminated as a result.