Last night’s premiere of "The Bachelor" was the best in Bachelor history! It had just the right mix of drama, suspension, tears and laughter.
There were a lot of twists (which I loved); they needed to spice things up this season and the producers did just that.
Even Sean surprised me; he was such a gentleman and he also made up his own rules (I didn’t know he had that in him). And two seconds into the premiere, I was on Team Sean and hoping that this incredible guy finds exactly what he is looking for at the end of this journey.
One of my favorite bachelor contestants, Arie, came to give Sean some words of wisdom. Their interaction was a little cheesy and Arie got another 5 seconds of fame (P.S. he is still in fact dating Courtney, Ben F.’s ex fiance) but I liked that the producers added some different elements to the premiere.
I was laughing so hard at Arie and Sean and their typical "dude" talk. Arie didn’t really give any good advice but it was sure entertaining watching the two of them analyze how to kiss and what to say when Sean hands out the roses. It was nice to see that Sean and Arie are still friends and I hope that Arie can make another cameo this season.
We got a first look at some of the 26 contestants. I cried at Ashlee’s introduction, the poor girl was in foster home after foster home her whole life. She seems like a really sweet girl.
I fell in love with Desiree, the bridal consultant. She was just cute as pie and I think Sean and her are going to get along really well.
I almost gagged at Ashley P. and how she kept reenacting 50 Shades of Grey (hello, it’s a book). Sean is not Christian, and double hello, honey, did you watch Emily’s season at all? I don’t think Sean is that type of guy.
I also thought that Kristy, the model, was extremely stuck up and I loved that we saw her working out in a full bed of makeup -- typical.