The Winners and Losers of 'The Bachelorette' Week 4
The Winners and Losers of 'The Bachelorette' Week 4
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
As if we haven't seen enough singing and guitar playing guys on The Bachelorette, this week's episode ups the ante by featuring even more suitors serenading Ali Fedotowsky. And it doesn't necessarily add points in her book. So whose song flopped, and whose lines successfully won Ali's heart? Check out my picks after the jump.

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The Winners

Roberto

For four weeks in a row, Roberto has proven to Ali, as well as the viewers, that he's got what it takes to stay in the competition and possibly win it. During tonight's group date, he catches the attention of a Broadway producer with his smooth dance moves and catches Ali's attention with his not-so-polished-but-very-sincere vocals. This guy definitely knows how to take advantage of every moment with Ali and knows how to own it. See photos of Roberto's date with Ali.

Chris L.

Aside from the fact that he gets to call his father on his birthday, spends the day with Ali and gets a rose, Chris L. makes Ali realize that he has something that she wants: an amazing family she hopes to be part of someday.

The Losers

Kasey

I'm not really a fan of Kasey and I still don't get what Ali sees in him but clearly, this person has some serious issues. During his one-on-one date with Ali, he suddenly bursts into a song which only makes Ali awkward and uncomfortable.  He also claims that he's all about guarding Ali's heart and he's determined to prove it bad--so bad that he gets a tattoo on his wrist. It's stupid and something he'll most likely regret once Ali breaks his heart. For me, Frank says it best when he said Kasey getting a tattoo doesn't prove anything except for the fact that he's nuts. See Photos of Kasey's date with Ali.

Jonathan

Jonathan predicts that things will progress with Ali this week on The Bachelorette but his forecast is off the beam. As usual, he brings his nervousness and insecurities to the table and ends up not spending time with Ali. And when he does get his chance with her, he gives her something that she's already seen and heard before: a guitar playing dude who fails to impress Ali with his cheesy offbeat song. It's no wonder Jonathan is no longer in the game.

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Who do you think are the winners and losers of tonight's episode? Share your thoughts in the comments below!


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