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VIDEO: Brad Womack 'Beds' 2 Women, Eliminates 3 On The Bachelor

May 28 2018, Updated 10:16 a.m. ET

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Brad Womack was knee-deep in gorgeous women -- and head-splitting drama -- as he continued his search for love on Monday's edition of ABC's romantic reality hit, The Bachelor.

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Womack, a 38-year-old bar owner, first went on an emotional date with Ashley H at a fairground, and the pair connected as they swapped stories of their absentee fathers.

The drama heated up during a group date, in which Womack and the beauties filmed sexy promos for The American Red Cross -- including one in which he was in bed with two women.

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During the shoot, Michelle broke out in tears, as it was her 30th birthday that day and she said she "didn't feel special.” Predictably, it didn't go over well with the other ladies, especially when Womack handed the attention-starved beauty a rose.

While Brad had another successful date, this time with Jackie, former Bachelorette Ali Fedowtowsky and her fiancée Roberto made a cameo on Monday's program to give a rose to one of the ladies. They picked out Emily, whose sob story of losing her baby's father in a plane crash deeply moved them.


Melissa and Raichel, feeling unnoticed, got into a war of words prior to the show's climax, which would prove to be a fatal move for both. At last, it was time for the herd to be slimmed, and Brad gave the boot to Keltie, Melissa and Raichel.

PHOTO: Jesse Csincsak and Ann Lueders Expecting

The Bachelor airs Mondays on ABC at 8/7c.


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