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VIDEO: Brad Womack Kissed By A Rose On The Bachelor

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

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Brad Womack continued his search for love on Monday's edition of ABC's romantic reality hit The Bachelor, as he went on a pair of tear-jerking dates in an episode with a particularly surprising -- and dramatic -- conclusion.

Womack, a 38-year-old Texas bar owner, first went on a date to a recording studio with Ashley S., where they recorded their rendition of Seal's hit ballad Kiss From a Rose -- until Mr. Heidi Klum himself appeared and belted out a few lyrics. Ashley S. broke down, as the song reminded her of her late father, who was a big Seal fan.

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Womack's second date with Emily, was equally moving, as she told him how she lost her fiancé (NASCAR driver Ricky Hendrick) -- who was the father of her daughter -- in a plane crash.

Both of the ladies' candid revelations moved Womack, who awarded them each with roses. In the episode, we also saw Womack consult with a therapist, who advised him to pick the women he feels the deepest connections with.


As the ceremony ensued, Madison (the blonde beauty with the pointy teeth) left on her own, saying the other women were more “deserving” in looking for Brad’s love than she was, noting she wasn’t herself in front of the cameras.

Womack ended the episode by giving the heave-ho to Kimberly and Sarah P.

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


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