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Last Night on The Bachelor Canada: Brad and the Bachelorettes Moved from the Hot Tub to the Hot Seat

– The dramatic conclusion to the first-ever season of The Bachelor Canada airs next Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on Citytv –
– Find out what life is like after The Bachelor Canada in the exclusive “After the Final Rose” special on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on Citytv –
TORONTO (November 15, 2012) The spotlight – and the pressure – was on as Brad and the bachelorettes entered a whole new kind of hot water last night on Citytv’s The Bachelor Canada “Women Tell All” special. Hosted by Tyler Harcott, the most memorable bachelorettes reunited for the first time to dish on each other – and Brad – as they looked back on the drama of the season.
First to take the hot seat was Gabrielle, who was confronted by the bachelorettes about her direct, and sometimes harsh, nature. But bubbly fan-favourite Chantelle quickly lightened the mood, with nothing but positive things to say about her time in the mansion and decision to ultimately leave the show to be with her family. Next up was Laura B., who was let go on the crushing two-on-one date in Paris. Though she was dealt some hard questions by host Tyler Harcott, Laura B. opened up about the feelings she had developed for Brad and her infamous rose ceremony meltdown.
Then, the most anticipated interview of the night came when Whitney – this season’s most controversial bachelorette – was invited to the “Women Tell All” special to own up to her behind-the-scenes behavior throughout the season. After becoming emotional in defense of her actions, Whitney admitted to having a more difficult time with the experience than she initially let on. Shifting gears, it was then Brad’s turn to feel the heat, first joining Kara on stage to discuss how their feelings had turned to friendship, and then answering tough questions from the girls about where things left off.
Next week, Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT (check local listings), Brad must face the toughest decision of his life in the shocking and emotional conclusion to the first-ever season of The Bachelor Canada. Since it all began, Brad and 25 of the country’s most eligible bachelorettes have been whisked away on whirlwind romances across the country and around the world. Now, with only two women remaining – Bianka (Mississauga, ON) and Whitney (Calgary) – Brad enlists the help of his family to decide whether his journey will ultimately end in happiness or heartbreak.
During the show each week, viewers can join the conversation and chat live with fans across the country via the co-viewing experience available on both and the The Bachelor Canada app for the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ and iPad. The exclusive app provides fans with entertaining and engaging contests for a chance to win exciting prizes, including a Virtual Rose Ceremony, sponsored by Schick Hydro Silk™ razors, where enthusiasts can log on with viewers across Canada to make their top bachelorette picks; and a Fantasy Pool, sponsored by Colgate Optic White Toothpaste, where The Bachelor Canada aficionados can answer trivia questions about the show.
Fans who miss the show can catch up on, Rogers on Demand, Rogers Anyplace TV, or on the Citytv Video App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
The Bachelor Canada is the Canadian version of the perennially successful The Bachelor franchise on Citytv and OMNI Television. The series is produced by multiple award-winning Force Four Entertainment. Sean De Vries is the supervising producer, Joyce Sawa is the series producer, and John Ritchie serves as executive producer for the series. Claire Freeland is the director of original programming for Rogers Media and executive producer of The Bachelor Canada.
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