Do you already miss the drama of The Bachelorette? If so, don't worry! The creators of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have found a new and fun way to continue the drama – by putting several of your favorite sexy singles from seasons past into the same house and giving them a $250,000 prize to compete for. Expect hook ups, heartbreaks and, most importantly, eliminations.
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The first episode of ABC's brand new reality show, Bachelor Pad, introduced the 19 contestants who are competing for love and money. The guys and girls are all living under the same roof and sleeping in the same room. The house was all a twitter with the rumor that Michelle and Craig M. hooked up the first night!
The festivities started off with everyone playing a big game of Twister, and despite the women deciding that they wanted to send Craig M. home he won the game and immunity from elimination and a date with the women of his choice.
He took Jessie, Elizabeth and Gwen for a date on the beach and gave the safety rose to Jessie at the Greek Theater and she was safe from the first elimination.
Back at the house Jesse K. sat down with Elizabeth and had “the talk,” where he told her he didn’t want to be known in the house as her boyfriend. She laid her feelings on the line for him, saying “I am completely in love with Jesse Kovacs and I don’t feel like he feels the same way about me.” When he didn’t return her affections Elizabeth warned Jesse that if he wasn’t nice to her then the other girls wouldn’t be nice to him. Oh, yeah, and she cried a lot too.
Michelle confronted Tenley for spreading the rumor that she hooked up with Craig M. the first night. “Michelle locked Tenley in the bathroom and made her cry,” was the story being told in the house.
But Michelle did not make it through the first week and was eliminated in the first rose ceremony, and she wasn’t able to keep on torturing poor little Tenley. The bad blood between Nikki and Juan was enough for the girls to vote him off in the first final rose ceremony of the season.
Check out all the drama and hookups and eliminations on the Bachelor Pad on ABC Mondays at 8pm.