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Bachelorette Spoilers 2011: Bentley Williams WILL Return, What Happens?!



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Bachelorette fans are all set for another Monday night special with Ashley Hebert continuing on her journey to find love despite being broken-hearted last week by Bentley Williams.

At the beginning of tonight’s episode, Ashley tells the camera that she’s not sure she can move on because her heart is still with Bentley. This is episode 4. Here’s a bombshell for you – Bentley returns in episode 6!

Bentley WILL Return to the Show

For those of you who don’t believe that Bentley does, in fact, return this season, prepare to be disappointed. He WILL return in episode 6 but their reunion won’t last very long.

According to reports, Ashley begs producers to fly Bentley to Hong Kong so he can reconsider his decision to leave the show. He does return (to get a free trip and a little more publicity) but he doesn’t stay for long, doesn’t change his mind about Ashley and doesn’t make it to another rose ceremony.

Tonight’s Episode

Tonight’s episode will bring some fun with a few one-on-one dates, a group date and a makeout session between Ashley and JP.

In the end, Ashley eliminates West Lee at the rose ceremony. Only one guy is eliminated tonight.

What do you think of Bentley returning to the show?

One Response to “Bachelorette Spoilers 2011: Bentley Williams WILL Return, What Happens?!”

  1. Ashley Beae says:

    I am really disappointed with Ashley’s lack of self respect. I thought she was a lot stronger than that. Even after hearing all of those terrible things he said about her behind her back and all of his lying! YUCK. I can’t stand him. And to keep Will in the running. WHATEVER! What’s that saying… bit me once shame on you… bite me twice shame on me!

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