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Millions of single women had mixed emotions when Chris Soules, the stylish farmer from Iowa, was sent home by Andi Dorfman on The Bachelorette. One of the final three men, Chris was dismissed after he had emotionally confessed his love to Andi, but that meant the handsome bachelor was back on the market. Now, he is ready to put his heartache behind him to search for the one missing piece in his life - true love - when he stars in the 19th edition of ABC's hit romance reality series, The Bachelor.
The 33-year-old Midwestern bachelor and self-proclaimed romantic has been engaged once before. Heartbroken, Chris ended that seven-year relationship just months before he expected to walk down the aisle. Although his relationship with his fiancée was good, he didn't want to settle for "good." He wanted "great." While the humble but enormously successful farmer from tiny Arlington, Iowa (pop. 427) has found it difficult to date, that hasn't stopped him from having faith that one day he will find the perfect woman for him. His experience on The Bachelorette made him realize that love really is out there, and he is confident that he will find it this time on The Bachelor. (source: abc.go.com)
The 25 women get to draw first blood as they pick one of two catches---real-estate agent Jay Overbye or pro fisherman Byron Velvick---to be the guy they go after. Once the choice is made, the winner moves right into Ladies Villa to figure out who voted for him...and which 10 are sent home without a rose.
The 15 women get a new housemate before learning who wins the first one-on-one dates, including a private performance by Brandy. After that, three of the ladies win a "Last Chance Talk" and the field is thinned out by a third.
The 10 women remaining meet their matches when two former "Bachelor" beauties join the pursuit of Byron's rose. But after his dates with the new arrivals, anything goes. Including four more of his potential mates.
With eight women still making a mess of Ladies Villa, Byron takes three of them on his "White Rose" dates. But while they're off getting massages, touring Newport or taking helicopter rides, the remaining hopefuls kick back with a pajama party. Afterward, two more go home.
With only six women left, it looks like the biggest shock is still to come after Byron sends two of them packing. But before that, there are three one-on-one dates and more backstabbing at Ladies Villa to tend to.
Byron spirits his four remaining ladies off for exotic overnight dates featuring the ever-alluring fantasy suite. Afterwards, one of the women heads home and the three left standing pretend that they'll miss her.
Byron visits the friends and families of his three remaining ladies before deciding which one of them is going to head home for good.
Byron's 25 ousted manhunters take the hot seat, as host Chris Harrison grills them on pajama parties gone awry, group dates and the truth about Jayne's little meltdown. Also: the man of the hour pops in to field questions about his final two choices; and Harrison delivers a major surprise to the gathered ladies.
In the sixth-season finale, Byron must decide if he wants to propose to one of his final ladies-in-waiting or walk away from both. But before a decision is given, it's off to pick engagement rings just in case.
Byron appears for the first time in public with the woman who captured his heart. But he will also have to face the woman he left brokenhearted - live -- on "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose."
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