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VIDEO: Michelle Crazy In Love With The Bachelor's Brad Womack?

Jan. 25 2011, Published 2:05 p.m. ET

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Michelle staked her claim to being this season’s villainous vixen on ABC's The Bachelor Monday, aggressively chasing Brad Womack while showing a cattiness toward the others that’s made her one of the least popular girls among her peers -- and most entertaining for viewers at home.

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On Monday’s show, Womack went deep-sea diving with Chantal, rappelled down skyscrapers with Michelle and listened to the wise advice of Dr. Drew, as he took the entire herd of beauties to a taping of the Loveline radio show.

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On his diving date with Chantal, she apologized for slapping him at the beginning of the season (for his actions in his previous stint on the show), before the two began passionately kissing.

Then there was Michelle, who at one point, woke up with a mysterious black eye, saying one of the other beauties in the house must have sucker punched her. She skillfully manipulated the sympathy she received for a one-on-one date with Brad.

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Their date was romantic, as the pair topped off their skyscraper caper with champagne and kisses, with Michelle even mentioning the prospect of introducing Brad to her daughter.

The single mom -- who threatened to “elbow” another competitor during Monday’s show -- seems to have plenty of confidence in her abilities to seduce Womack.

"None of the other girls back home can even compare with what I've been able to share with him," she bragged.

With both dates hitting high notes, Chantal and Michelle were safe, as Brad said goodbye to Meghan, Stacey and Lindsay as the episode concluded.

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


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