SEVEN BACHELORETTES BATTLE TO GET FOUR HOMETOWN DATES AS COLTON WELCOMES THEM TO HIS PICTURESQUE HOMETOWN OF DENVER
ON ABC'S 'THE BACHELOR,' MONDAY, FEB. 18
"2307" - The pressure mounts as Colton and the seven remaining women return to the U.S. and his hometown of Denver. He decides to meet with popular Bachelor Ben Higgins for his advice, sharing his fear of being blindsided by a bachelorette who is not as serious as he is. Tayshia and Colton escape to explore Denver, but she shares some earthshattering news with him that shakes his world. Caelynn meets Colton on the ski slopes for a day of fun. Country music star Brett Young builds the romance with a surprise concert for the couple. Colton and Hannah B. look into the future by going house hunting and meet up with Colton's parents at the last stop. The four women who are left travel to a cozy rest stop in the mountains with the Bachelor, but a shaken Colton is faced with deciding which women he can trust for this next important step of visiting their hometowns. One woman throws another under the bus as everyone's emotions run high, and it is left to Colton to make his toughest decision yet. Will he live to regret it? Find out on "The Bachelor," MONDAY, FEB. 18 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
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Tayshia and Colton enjoy the vibrant city of Denver, but things turn serious when Tayshia decides to reveal the women who may be deceiving him. The couple talks about the expectations for the hometown visit ahead and grows closer than ever, but will she be offered a rose?
Caelynn takes off for a date on the slopes snowboarding with Colton. A fun day evolves into an emotional discussion once he starts to question her intentions. In an attempt to keep a hold on her future with Colton, she doubles down and opens up about the depth of her feelings, declaring her love to the skeptical Bachelor. The couple dances the night away as country music star Brett Young performs his hit "Here Tonight." Will he feel secure in giving her a rose to meet her family?
Hannah B. gets a real surprise when Colton's parents meet them during their house-hunting adventure. What do his parents think of this smitten bachelorette? And what advice can Colton's Dad give him about handling this group of anxious women? The couple has a romantic dinner and the two discuss what their hometown date might be like. Everything seems perfect, but Colton fears something is missing. Is there a rose for a woman who has been a frontrunner from the start?
A comfy rest stop in the mountains is the backdrop for more drama with the remaining four women. Colton must judge the sincerity of these women in order to move forward. Suddenly, a surprise visitor crashes the party to deliver important news that may affect the fate of the women. Will that help Colton make his most important decision yet? Or will he be more confused and let the pressure finally get to him?
The seven remaining women are the following:
Caelynn, 23, Miss North Carolina 2018 from Charlotte, North Carolina
Cassie, 23, a speech pathologist from Huntington Beach, California
Hannah B., 24, Miss Alabama 2018 from Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Hannah G., 23, a content creator from Birmingham, Alabama
Heather, 23, has been kissed from Carlsbad, California
Kirpa, 26, a dental hygienist from Whittier, California
Tayshia, 28, a phlebotomist from Corona Del Mar, California
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