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The Bachelor’s top moments from Nick’s fourth week on his journey to find “true love” (and definitely not a modeling contract.) #AlternativeFacts
If you can’t remember who is left on Nick’s season of The Bachelor so far, it’s okay; neither can anyone else.
For the final group date of this week’s episode, Nick took 6 women to the Museum of Broken Relationships. (No really, that’s a thing. They tweeted me when I made fun of it.) Ironically, “Museum of Broken Relationships” is also the working title of Nick’s autobiography. (That’s not a thing, but it should be.)
On Monday night, Nick’s fourth chance at love premiered with the arrival of his 30 potential fiances. Rest assured that they are all young, beautiful and will be selling flat tummy tea to their Instagram followers by February. Here are the top moments from The Bachelor’s season premiere with my gif reactions.