It’s Down To The Final Two On The Bachelorette After Constantine Eliminates Himself

Jul. 26 2011, Published 10:30 a.m. ET

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Ashley Hebert's search for love took her halfway around the world to Fiji on Monday's edition of The Bachelorette, where one of the final three bachelors decided to take himself out of the running.

The perky 26-year-old dentist was in the South Pacific to choose between Constantine, J.P., and Ben, when one of the bachelors she previously rejected, Ryan, showed up in an effort to win Ashley's heart back. (It didn't work.)

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After a sexy boat date with Ben -- including the gratuitous sunscreen-spreading sequence -- things cooled off between the two at dinner as they discussed if they're ready for a long-term relationship.

Her date with J.P. went better, as sparks few during their rendezvous on a private island, followed by some alone time in the show's "Fiji Fantasy Suite." (Draw your own conclusions, folks.)

As for Constantine? Like a disgruntled Survivor contestant, he voted himself off the island, telling Ashley he didn't have the constitution to take a trip to the Fantasy Suite because ... he just wasn't that into her.

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"I'm just not there," Constantine revealed. "I respect you and my family too much. And your family too, to go there."

"If we are going to be honest about it, this means the end of the road for me," he said.

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We’ll find out if J.P. Or Ben captured Ashley’s heart, when The Bachelorette returns Monday at 8/7c ABC.


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