No surprise that Madison received the first rose of the night. The 23-year-old from Alabama also became the first woman of the season that Peter professed his love to. However, Madison's response was sort of a surprise, as she only followed Peter's revelation with, "I'm so glad you said that. Like, so glad. Like, I needed that."
Champagne-explosion contestant Kelsey also received a rose during her one-on-one date with Peter Monday, which left Victoria F., Hannah Ann and Kelley. As you could imagine, the three ladies were nervous heading into their group date, as there were only two roses left. However, to all of Bachelor Nation's surprise, Kelley was the one sent home.
Throughout Monday night's episode, the 27-year-old attorney stated that there was no competition between her and the remaining ladies, whom she referred to as "babies."
"The four that are left are, like, little babies. They don't really know who they are. Like, are you a child? Or are you an adult? But clearly he doesn't agree," said Kelley. Fans, who have been stanning Kelley and her realness all season also didn't agree, and took to Twitter to roast Peter, calling his decisions "dumb."
Dear Peter Weber, you are maybe THE WORST bachelor ever. ur so dumb and sent the wrong girl home. good luck in ur unsuccessful future. #TheBachelor— kayla sorensen (@kaylasorensen10) February 11, 2020
kelly was the realest bitch out of all of them and peter is DUMB for that #TheBachelor— lauren :) (@kashmoneylolo) February 11, 2020
We'll patiently wait to hear more from Kelley during "The Women Tell All" episode but, until then, it looks like we've got plenty of Bachelor drama ahead to keep us occupied.
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