The race for Sean Lowe's roses continued on the 17th season of The Bachelor Monday night, and we've got the details about which two beauties were sent home on the hit ABC reality franchise.
SPOILER: Which Bachelor Beauties Got The Boot Monday?
Roller derby was the group activity of the night, and things got tense when Amanda injured her jaw after she fell. She later boasted she would “milk” the sympathy she'd receive from Sean all she could.
Sean and Selma shared what he called an "incredible" date rock climbing at Joshua Tree National Park, which he described in his blog for People as "a beautiful place," adding, "I was happy to be sharing the experience with Selma."
Sean's second date -- fashioned after the Julia Roberts' hit Pretty Woman -- was with Leslie to shop on Beverly Hills' famed Rodeo Drive. Later during dinner, Sean admitted to the stunning Florida native that he felt they lacked a “romantic connection,” and wouldn't give her a rose for the date.
He wrote on People: "You usually know if a spark exists with someone within seconds of meeting that person … but I never found the spark I was looking for.
"Sending her home was one of the more difficult things I had to do all season because I knew she didn't see it coming. I admired and respected Leslie for so many reasons, but I knew she wasn't the one for me."
During the ceremony, Amanda fell for the second time in the show, as Sean said he "didn't feel a lasting connection with her," and sent her home.
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"Until the show aired, I had no idea that she was a source of drama in the house," he wrote. "Amanda was always very sweet around me and I wish her all the best in the future."
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Elsewhere Monday, Tierra's drama was on display, as she first threw a temper tantrum about being tortured by the other contestants, then said in an off-camera interview that she'd stop at nothing to snare Sean. (And yes, she collected a rose on the night.)
Amanda's elimination leaves 11 beauties in the running when The Bachelor returns Monday at 8/7c on ABC.