Who Does Nick Viall Send Home on ‘Bachelor’ 2017 Episode 3?

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WHITNEY, KRISTINA, A.J. MCLEAN, NICK VIALL, KEVIN RICHARDSON, TAYLOR, CORINNE, JASMINE G.

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Warning: The following contains MAJOR spoilers for Bachelor 2017. Proceed at your own risk!

After a whopping eight contestants went home in the Bachelor 2017 premiere, only one unlucky gal — Elizabeth Sandoz — was sent packing last week.

But it sounds like Nick Viall certainly makes up for lost time in January 16’s Episode 3!

We pick up right where we left off, with Liz having just been eliminated for her awkward history with the Bachelor (at Jade and Tanner’s wedding, if you somehow forgot).

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According to Reality Steve, Christen Whitney gets the group date rose — for ratting on her friend, sort of? — and is safe for another week.

Then, it’s cocktail party time, where we hear Corinne Olympios gets so intoxicated she doesn’t make it to the rose ceremony. Not that it matters, as she’s already safe with her earlier rose.

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Not safe, though, are three of Nick’s few blondes: Elizabeth Whitelaw (did we ever hear her speak?), Lacey Mark (bring this New Yorker to Paradise!), and Hailey Merkt (the girl that goes commando).

And that’s in the first hour! There’s plenty more to come.

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What you need to know is stunning business owner Danielle Lombard gets the group date rose here, after she and the rest of the girls suffer through Corinne bragging about her nanny.

After that, it’s a 1-on-1 zero gravity date with Vanessa Grimaldi, which sounds cool AF. Even cooler for the special education teacher is their instant chemistry, which snags her a rose ticket into next week.

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That leads us to the final date of the week, featuring a track and field competition with Olympians Carl Lewis, Allyson Felix, and Michelle Carter as coaches.

Rachel Lindsay makes a good enough impression so she gets the group date rose, but Dominique Alexis? Not so much.

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Steve says she’s sent home in the middle of the after party, potentially for having too much to drink. Woof.

You may have noticed there’s no rose ceremony yet — and there won’t be this week. According to the ABC synopsis, there will be a “to be continued” again in the middle of the pre-rose ceremony swim party.

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“[Nick]’s publicly amorous ways have the women up in arms and questioning his relationship with one particular woman and he is forced to go toe-to-toe with another bachelorette,” the release reads.

That girl is apparently Corinne, who continues to bother the contestants with her overly affectionate approach to the Bachelor.

We’ll have to see what happens, but don’t be too bummed we’re not getting a second elimination. After all, we have four girls saying goodbye this week already. To recap, they are:

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Elizabeth Whitelaw, 24, Marketing manager, Dallas, Texas
Lacey Mark, 25, Digital marketing manager, Manhattan, New York
Hailey Merkt, 23, Photographer, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Dominique Alexis, 25, Restaurant server, Los Angeles, California

(Why?)

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