October 16, 2006 12:02 AM by Joe Blackmon
In a dream date fit for a real princess, Prince Lorenzo presents Jami with two million dollars’ worth of diamonds and the only one-on-one date to an exclusive opera performance. A raucous group overnight date of grape stomping and wine tasting in Tuscany leads to a shocking game of "truth or dare"; Sadie, who is a virgin, discloses to the Bachelor that she is saving herself for marriage, and Lorenzo finally bestows his first real kiss on one of the bachelorettes, on "The Bachelor: Rome," MONDAY, OCTOBER 16 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Jami’s fairy tale fantasies are fulfilled beyond her wildest dreams when she receives a gorgeous red ball gown for the only one-on-one date with Lorenzo to an exclusive opera performance by the talented singer Vittorio. He picks Jami up at the castle in a shiny red carriage — a $100,000 Maserati — and then presents her with two million dollars’ worth of Chopard diamonds, featuring a spectacular necklace and earrings. At the end of the evening, he must decide if he will give Jami a rose or send her packing on a plane back to the United States.
Lorenzo takes six lucky women to a breathtaking castle in the heart of Tuscany for an overnight group date. After a day of grape stomping and wine tasting, an all-night pool party leads to a spicy game of "truth or dare." However, in some cherished one-on-one time, Sadie decides the time is right to let Lorenzo in on her bombshell secret. How will Lorenzo react to Sadie’s huge surprise?
Finally, the Bachelor invites two women over to his castle for a casual night at home, but there’s a catch: There’s only one rose to hand out. So, as one woman goes home in heartbreak after dramatically confronting Lorenzo on the way out, he treats the other to a private fireworks show at the castle. At the rose ceremony, the pressure mounts as Lorenzo must face elimination. The field narrows from nine to six.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor: Rome" is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss and Lisa Levenson are the executive producers. David Bohnert and Martin Hilton are the co-executive producers.