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Bachelorette Spoilers 2011: Final Three and Winner!

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Bachelorette fans are excited for another new episode of ABC’s hit reality show but the outcome of tonight’s episode might leave some disappointed and confused.

Tonight’s Elimination:

Tonight, Ashley Hebert visited the hometowns of the four remaining men: JP, Ben F, Constantine and Ames. At the end of the episode, she decides that Ames is not the one for her. She sends him home, despite their very successful hometown date and his incredibly welcoming family.

The Silver Lining:

With every heartbreaking story there is a silver lining and this is no exception. While Ames was eliminated tonight, he went almost straight from filming Bachelorette to filming Bachelor Pad 2 where he found love with another lucky lady. So who did Ames end up getting close with on BP2?

That would be Jackie Gordon – the brunette beauty who was sometimes outspoken on her season of The Bachelor with Brad Womack.

Jackie is eliminated in the second episode of Bachelor Pad and, while Ames was not eliminated at that time, he left with her after chasing down the limo and voluntarily leaving the competition to be with Jackie.

The dynamic duo is reportedly still together!

Meanwhile, Ashley is left with Ben F, JP and Constantine. So, who does she pick? JP is the winner of Bachelorette 2011!

Now that you know that Ames leaves tonight – but finds love on Bachelor Pad 2 – and Ashley picks JP, what do you think about everything?

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