AS A GENTLE GIANT LEAVES, THE REMAINING MEN STEP UP TO TRY AND CLAIM BECCA’S HEART, ON ABC’S ‘THE BACHELORETTE,’ MONDAY, JUNE 18
Will a Trip to Park City, Utah, Give Becca a Fresh Start?
Country Superstar Granger Smith Performs in a Private Concert
“Episode 1404” – Clay’s stunning exit only revs up the already fierce competition for Becca’s heart. The cocktail party continues with a private conversation between the Bachelorette and Blake while an intimate sit-down chat with Jordan ends in a surprise. Two unlucky men do not receive a rose at the next ceremony. The group begins their journey with a trip to Park City, Utah. Becca and her date of the day join celebrated 2006 Olympic bobsled silver medalists Valerie Fleming and Shauna Rohbock for a quick trip down the track. Country star Granger Smith caps off the night with a romantic private concert. Thirteen suitors see if they can make the grade as lumberjacks, and one last individual date takes Becca and her guy on a snowmobile excursion. Becca has one last surprise, which makes the remaining men more anxious, on “The Bachelorette,” MONDAY, JUNE 18 (8:00–10:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
Becca and the remaining men take their search for love on the road, traveling to Park City, Utah. The Bachelorette kicks things off by taking one of the suitors for a day around the town and then surprises him with an exhilarating trip to Olympic Park with acclaimed Olympic bobsled medalists and married couple Fleming and Rohbock. Later that night, country superstar Granger Smith serenades the couple in a private concert, singing his latest hit, “Happens Like That.”
Thirteen men see if they can measure up as lumberjacks when married couple Kendall and Billy Kunelius, a professional lumberjill and lumberjack, respectively, put them through their paces. The evening, however, ends in a shambles and a skeptical Becca wonders if there are any genuine men left.
Becca’s last individual date of the week goes to one nerdy but genuine guy. The pair embark on a snowmobile excursion through the spectacular Park City wilderness and then bond over an emotional dinner sharing stories of heartbreak.
As the men make plans to solidify their relationships with Becca, Chris Harrison drops a bombshell announcement, and the 12 bachelors left at the end of the rose ceremony will travel to Las Vegas. Becca’s 17 suitors are:
Blake, 28, a sales representative from Bailey, Colorado
Chris, 30, a sales trainer from Orlando, Florida
Christon, 31, a former Harlem Globetrotter from Los Angeles, California
Colton, 26, a former professional football player from Denver, Colorado
Connor, 25, a fitness coach from St. Petersburg, Florida
David, 25, a venture capitalist/chicken from Denver, Colorado
Garrett, 29, a medical sales representative from Reno, Nevada
Jason, 29, a senior corporate banker from Buffalo, New York
Jean “Jean Blanc,” 31, a colognoisseur from Pensacola, Florida
John, 28, a software engineer from San Francisco, California
Jordan, 26, a male model from Crystal River, Florida
Leo, 31, a stuntman from Studio City, California
Lincoln, 26, an account sales executive from Los Angeles, California
Mike, 27, a sports analyst from Cincinnati, Ohio
Nick, 27, an attorney from Orlando, Florida
Ryan, 26, a banjoist from Manhattan Beach, California
Wills, 29, a graphic designer from Los Angeles, California
Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelorette” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television. Mike Fleiss, Elan Gale, Bennett Graebner and Nicole Woods are the executive producers. “The Bachelorette” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with 5.1 stereo surround sound. This episode carries a TV-PG, L parental guideline.
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