And then there were two: With Gia's elimination on The Bachelor Monday, the field is now down to Tenley and Vienna, the last two vying to win the final rose from hunky Dallas pilot Jake Pavelka.
Jake has left us here at RadarOnline.com guessing as to who he will pick, the good girl (Tenley) or the bad girl (Vienna).
Jake dismissed Gia, telling her their ''relationship has been a little start and stop.''
Gia kept her chin up, saying she was happy for him, but her mood in the SUV afterwards was more telling.
"I keep having these heartbreaks,” Gia said. "And it keeps putting a hold on things because it takes me so long to get over it, and it takes me so long to move on!''
Meanwhile, Jake, looking ahead at the two remaining ladies, said he saw his "future wife -- in both of them."
Both of the women poured their hearts out to Pavelka in videotaped testimonials just prior to the always dramatic Rose Ceremony.
Tenley, a 25-year-old Oregon native who admittedly only had one lover before Pavelka, told Jake she dreamed of dancing with him forever.
Vienna, a 23-year-old from Florida, told Jake: “I want to flirt with you for the next 80 years, because I'm completely in love with you. I can't wait to be your wife.''
Next week's episode will reunite all of this season's beauties for a Women Tell All episode; Jake will choose his wife-to-be on the March 1st season finale.
The Women Tell All episode will air next Monday, February 22nd on ABC. The Bachelor finale airs Monday, March 1st, when Jake will hand out the final rose and pick his potential bride.