Zach Shallcross was inducted into “Bachelor Nation” as part of last year’s double season of “The Bachelorette.” Having reached the end of season 19 as one of Rachel Recchia’s last three men, Shallcross self-destructed after a confusing date in the Fantasy Suite. Now it’s time to put that behind us, because it’s Shellcross’ turn to find love, and hopefully the advice of former bachelor Sean Lowe will help him get down on one knee at the end of the 27th season of “The Bachelor.” However, from his last rose, he has to send quite a few people home.
Thirty women got out of limos during the premiere of season 27, hoping to make a lasting impression on Zach Shallcross. In this list, we will keep track of all the dramatic exceptions, updating it weekly and analyzing how each woman is cut from the 27th season of “The Bachelor.” creepy 2 on 1 date or leave the show for any reason, you can find all this information here.
Let’s see who has been rejected so far while Zach Shallcross is looking for love!
Elimination, Night 1: Madison Johnson
One participant failed to get to the rose ceremony on night 1. Madison Johnson really wanted to kiss Zach Shallcross, and in trying to do this, she took him away from many other conversations, annoying her colleagues on the set. When the kiss did happen, it wasn’t a pleasant experience for either party, and she seemed to spend most of the night crying over it. Johnson interrupted the Bachelor for the last time when he was preparing for the rose ceremony with Jessie Palmer, and Shallcross decided to send her home right now.
Night 1. Rose Ceremony: 9 women sent home
Zach Shallcross seems to have a pretty good idea of what he’s looking for, as nine women failed to get a rose at the Rose ceremony Night 1. Since Madison Johnson was also sent home, the Bachelor Season 27 knocked out a third of its contestants on the first night. The nine sections of the rose ceremony were:
- Becca Serrano
- Cara Ammon
- Holland Parsons
- Lekha Ravi
- Olivia Lewis
- Olivia Miller
- Sonia Sharma
- Vanessa Dinh
- Viktoria Eichner
The fun is just beginning after Zack Shallcross’s brutal first set of exceptions. There are many more other sources, so be sure to come back to this list next week to find out who else is strong in the 27th season of “The Bachelor.”
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