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‘The Bachelorette’ 2012 Spoilers For Week 6, June 18 Episode in Croatia



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Next week on ‘The Bachelorette’ we travel to Croatia with Emily Maynard and you should be prepared for some very romantic kissing scenes.

You will already know some spoilers for the next episode from our full season of spoilers post, but now we can add even more meat onto the bones.

In Croatia, the 1-on-1 date goes to Travis. He and Emily tour through Old Town Dubrovnik .

For the group date, Emily and six guys (Jef, John, Sean, Doug, Chris, and Arie) watch an advanced screening of ‘Brave,’ a new Pixar movie, before a round of Highland games. Ryan gets a 1-on-1 date.

The other 1-on-1 date goes to Ryan Bowers.

It should be interesting to watch the upcoming week’s one-on-one dates as it’s possible neither of them go very well. I’m saying that because it looks very much like Ryan and Travis, the ones who got some one-on-one time with Em’, are the two guys to be eliminated on Monday night. Whether they are eliminated on their actual dates or make it to a rose ceremony, I’m not quite sure but I can’t wait to find out.

But for me, the even more special thing about Monday night’s episode is the kiss between Emily Maynard and Jef Holm. The lip action is contained in a season sneak peek. The two are surrounded by beautiful blue ocean as they move in for the lip lock. It’s so romantic, and looks likely to occur in Curacao, where the season is purported to end.

Looking good for Jef! The couple have their eyes around each other and Emily looks incredibly relaxed. Check out a sneak peek photo taken from the promo for yourself.

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