February 15, 2011 04:00 PM by Candace Young
The Bachelor took us to the beautiful island of Anguilla this past week. Brad Womack enjoyed a couple of great one-on-one dates, a group date from hell, and let two more ladies go. Check out what he had to say about the events from episode seven…
Brad’s first one-on-one date on episode seven was with Emily Maynard. They flew by helicopter to a private island. In Brad’s People blog, he remarked on their time, saying, “Our date was one of the most romantic dates I’ve ever been on! Who can say that they’ve had the chance to take a date to a deserted island? The date was perfect and could not have ended any better. After I left Emily that night I felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders because our relationship had reached a place I so badly wanted it to go.”
He noted that his date with Shawntel in Anguilla was ‘so much fun’. His blog comments were as follows, “I felt like I gained some ground with Shawntel on that date. We had a very good conversation while at Bankie Banx’s beachside bar. Shawntel told me she was falling in love with me and I was taken aback only because I simply didn’t expect that at all. ”
Things didn’t spark between Brad and Britt when they finally had a one-on-one date. He explains, “What people didn’t see in the episode is that Britt and I had a very mature and candid conversation about that certain spark not being there. I remember feeling so relieved at Britt’s candid nature. I didn’t want to torture her by asking her to sit through a rose ceremony. In a testament to Britt, her exit was very mature and very gracious. ”
As for the group date from hell, Brad candidly remarks, “It got ugly very quickly. Tears were flowing, emotions were boiling, and the sun was baking. A fantasy date (by definition) turned into sheer hell. I was so relieved when that date was over.”
The big news was Michelle finally exiting during the Rose Ceremony. Brad reflected, “Here’s a woman that, yes, may be opinionated, but also doesn’t take herself too seriously and makes light of many situations. My decision to say goodbye to Michelle had absolutely nothing to do with her light-hearted craziness. It was simply a matter of not having feelings that warranted trying to begin a future with her. Michelle will be sorely missed. ”
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