Photos from from the second episode of The Bachelorette season 7 with Ashley Hebert in which Ashley and 12 of the guys compete to dance on stage with the Jabbawockeez.
#17 Sporty Ashley
From ABC’s press release: “12 hot guys head to Las Vegas to join Ashley at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, where the group meets the Jabbawockeez, the celebrated hip hop dance troupe. The men are thrilled by the special performance the dancers have staged for them, but their excitement turns to panic when they discover that they’ll be doing some dancing of their own. Teams of six men each will conceive, rehearse and perform a routine for Ashley and the Jabbawockeez. The winning team will spend the night in Las Vegas, performing on stage with the famed dancers before a sold-out audience. The losers are immediately banished to Los Angeles. Which men will raise their game and dance into Ashley’s heart?
Later that night at the after party, West sensitively shares the heartbreaking story of the death of his wife with Ashley, while Bentley — who just seems to relish the competition — toys with the Bachelorette’s heart. But will Ashley see beyond his sweet talking prowess, or will this shady bachelor weasel his way to capture another coveted rose?”
#16 Ashley and the Jabbawockeez
#14 Ben F.
#10 The guys in a huddle
#9 The Bachelorette Dancers
#8 Blake, West, Ben F., Nick, Lucas
#7 Ashley shows the guys some moves.
#4 Ashley on set.
#3 Ashley and the two teams.
#2 Ashley directing the guys.
#1 West and Ashley
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