'Bachelor' frontrunner exits show after being 'completely attacked by so many of the women'
After the episode of The Bachelor last week, in which front runner Sarah Trott collapsed in the middle of the rose ceremony, drama was brewing in the house as many of the women thought Sarah was "manipulative" and "calculated".
It only got worse when Sarah decided to crash a group date she wasn't attending after realizing how difficult it was to compete with all the other women for Matt James' heart.
"In my heart I know all of these special moments we've had and it kills me to think that he has these special moments with other women too. I just worry when I can." If I don't get over it, it will really be a roadblock to my relationship with Matt, and now I feel like I should do something about it, "Sarah said as she entered the group date and cut off his one-on-one interview with candidate Katie Thurston.
Taking time out of the group meeting women, some of whom haven't had one-on-one meetings with Matt, didn't sit well in the house. Despite confirmation from Matt with a target on her back, Sarah hid in her room the next day, refusing to interact with the ladies. However, just in time for the date card, Sarah finally slipped into the group, which led to a very uncomfortable confrontation.
After Sarah was described as "calculated", "manipulative" and "toxic" by several women, she was told that she "burned all bridges". Kit Keenan said to Sarah, "I hope your connection with Matt is very strong right now because the rest of your life situation here is going to be terrible."
Excluded from the group, Sarah finally decided to leave The Bachelor when she informed Katie, whose time with Matt she had previously cut off, that she had decided to quit the show because she didn't want to waste time with her father, who was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
"He's got an incurable disease and it's not years or months. It may be weeks. So that burdens my heart too. Time away from him," said Sarah. The feeling resonated with Katie, who lost her father in 2012. "I encourage you to be with him one hundred percent. If I could get the minutes I had with him back," Katie shared. She added, "I understand this more than I would like. If I do, I mean, yes. It changes everything. And I missed my goodbye to my father, so I would never want that for you."
When Katie broke the news to the rest of the women, reminding them to "stay noble" during this time, Bachelor Nation fell more in love with the candidate, who turned up weirdly with a sex toy on the first day.
In the meantime, Sarah passed the message on to Matt, which ended in a tearful goodbye. "I've prayed and thought about it, and I just feel called to go home and be with my family. I just don't think I'm ready." "Sarah said to Matt, who replied," That doesn't mean I will stop thinking about you and praying for your father and thinking about your family. If you're ready, a guy will be extremely lucky, and I'll be amazed I'm not, but I've already learned so much from you and what it means to sacrifice for family and people and to do that you love and i will miss you. "
"This is not the best Sarah, and Matt deserves the best. I gave it my all. I just can't do this. But part of me thinks I'm making a mistake because he's so incredible," Sarah said as she left the show sobbing.
The Bachelor will be broadcast on Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.
Watch as medics are called to the "Bachelor" set after Sarah Trott nearly collapsed during the rose ceremony:
The medical emergency during the 'Bachelor' rose ceremony has Twitter in the arms
The second episode of The Bachelor Monday Night was full of drama and ended in a medical emergency when contestant Sarah Trott nearly collapsed in the middle of the rose ceremony. Bri Springs, who helped get Sarah off the set to the next room, told the producers, "She's going to pass out," while Sarah said to Matt James, "I see stars." The 24-year-old broadcast journalist from San Diego was one of the fortunate two women who received a rose during her personal interview with Matt after finding out about the fact that her father was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease. Bachelor Nation, an early favorite, took to social media and said that after the candidate collapses, Sarah needs to be protected at all costs. Fortunately, the teaser for next week's episode shows that Sarah is seemingly fine despite tears, but sadly we'll have to wait until next week to find out what the hell happened when The Bachelor teased viewers by bringing up the moment a "To Be Continued", "which Twitter had in his arms over the cliffhanger.
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