It was a dramatic second episode of The Bachelor Monday night as house fights began and this season's villain, “Queen” Victoria Larson, emerged. In fact, the drama continued all the way to the end, effectively stopping the rose ceremony, when contestant Sarah Trott almost collapsed.
Bri Springs, who helped walk Sarah off the set and into the next room, told producers, “She's going to pass out.” While Sarah told Matt James, “I'm, like, seeing stars.”
The 24-year-old broadcast journalist from San Diego was one of two lucky women who got a rose during their one-on-one date with Matt, after opening up about the fact that her father was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease.
An early favorite, Bachelor Nation took to social media saying that Sarah needed to be protected at all costs following the contestant's collapse.
Fortunately, the teaser for next week's episode shows Sarah seemingly okay despite being in tears. But, unfortunately, we have to wait until next week to figure out what the heck happened as The Bachelor teased viewers by leaving the moment on a “To Be Continued,” which had Twitter up in arms over the cliffhanger.
There are few things I hate more on #thebachelor than a mid-rose ceremony To Be Continued 😡
— Sarah Chiwaya (@Curvily) January 12, 2021
A TO BE CONTINUED !? SARAH I HOPE YOU’RE OKAY LOVE #TheBachelor
— LARISSA♡ ✨ (@Larissa143_) January 12, 2021
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