And then there were five: Ali, Tenley, Gia, Vienna and Corrie. It's really not hard to imagine why Jake kept some of these girls on The Bachelor
. Jake was smitten by Ali in the first episode alone while Tenley consistently showed her sweet sunny side. Gia was just easy on the eyes and Vienna, well that's an entirely different story. To find out what the other bachelorettes are saying about Vienna, read our Episode 4 Recap: "Mr. Dateless Wants A Wife."
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That leaves us with Corrie, the girl who suddenly
took center stage in this week's episode of The Bachelor
as she literally played dirty to get Jake's attention. I guess this was a huge step for Corrie considering she hadn't made much of an impression in the past three episodes but will that be enough for Jake to keep her in the running for at least one more week?
Sure Corrie's good looking, pleasant and I don't really have anything against her at this point. Unfortunately, though, she's one of those "invisible" girls who serves as fillers this season. And from what I've seen so far, I don't think she can really surpass what Ali, Tenley, Gia and, sorry to say, even Vienna have with Jake.
The silver lining, if Corrie does get eliminated, is that she seems sane and smart enough to know that, if she can't find love on The Bachelor
, it won't be the end of the world. Corrie might as well be too good for this show.
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