Today is the day of the Bachelor Pad 2 finale, as every good reality TV fan knows. Tonight we will see the fourteen eliminated contestants return for the finale and find out what everyone has been doing since they left. Here we have a few Bachelor Pad 2 finale SPOILERS for you and there are a few surprises.
So, if you want them to remain surprises, stop reading now and wait until the Bachelor Pad 2 finale hits our TV screens tonight.
OK so now we should have only the real die-hard Bachelor Pad 2 fans with us keen to get the inside talk on the season finale. Here we go with a few interesting things we’ve heard will happen tonight.
The Ames/Jackie split is of course a hot topic, with Ames saying that he broke it off because they’re too different, and Jackie still doesn’t get it.
More of a shock (to me, at least) was that Kasey Kahl apologizes to Jake Pavelka for their stupid fights over Vienna. Apparently, the two guys even hug! He was embarrassed, watching what happened, he said, and he confirmed for us that he and Vienna are still an item.
Not as shocking, maybe, but way, way more exciting is when Blake tells everyone that he and Holly are engaged. So we know that there is no love between Holly and her partner in Bachelor Pad 2, Michael.
The final four, including Michael and Holly, are still backstage at this poin so Michael doesn’t hear this bit of news.
Then we get our first proper look at the final four in the Bachelor Pad 2 finale. Each of them has to explain why they deserve to win the prize money. Michelle Money says that no-one should give her pity votes due to her losing her father: a bit of reverse psychology, perhaps? That works, anyway.
And then Michael learns about Holly being engaged to Blake and it’s time for the eliminated contestants to quiz the Bachelor Pad 2 finalists and we get to the vote.
OK, I’m serious now. If you don’t want to know who wins Bachelor Pad 2 finale until tonight, go surf the internet somewhere else because I’m spilling the beans.
Michael and Holly win by 10 votes to 4. They then had to go backstage and choose either “Keep” or “Share” it.
If one chose “Keep” and the other chose “Share”, the one who chose keep gets all 250k. If they both chose “Share”, they split the 250k. If they both chose “Keep”, neither gets anything, and the remaining 14 contestants split the $250k.
With some deliberation, they both choose share, so the two of them will now split $250k.
Oh and we were right. Ben Flajnik is also brought at as the next Bachelor. The women arrive in Los Angeles on September 17, and filming begins on Ben’s season September 20.