Who went home on The Bachelor last night?

THE Bachelor returns for a new season on January 3, and viewers were introduced to the 31 women vying for Clayton Echard’s heart.

The 28 years old practical personality appeared on the show with the host Jesse Palmer.

The Bachelor season 26 premieres January 4, 2022


The Bachelor season 26 premieres January 4, 2022

Who went home on The Bachelor?

Warning: Spoilers ahead

On the fourth week of Bachelor, fans were shocked when Clayton decided to keep ‘villain’ Shanae.

While Cassidy was sent home early following the shocking revelation, three other girls were brought home during the rose ceremony.

Clayton eliminated Elizabeth, Kira and Melina at the commission ceremony, surprising fans.

On the second week of Bachelor, no contestants returned home on January 10, 2022.

Which includes Cassidy, 26 years old, who has established himself as the first villain of the season.

“At this point, it’s not like I didn’t get a rose,” she said, raising an eyebrow among the contestants.

The season, which opens January 3, began with 31 women and ended with 22 women, having lost two women before the rose ceremony.

Salley Carson, 26, was the first to go home after discovering she was unprepared for the feat.

Carson said that filming for The Bachelor happened to coincide with her supposed wedding date.

“This is when I should Walk down the aisle,'” she told Clayton. “This is when I should have my first dance. I think I’m ready to do something like this, and I don’t know if my heart is ready. “

Claire Heilig, 28, was the second woman to leave, but Clayton took her home and said he doesn’t “think it’s fair to have someone here who doesn’t want to be here.”

Spray artists don’t feel connected to Echard and told everyone but him about it. Claire was eventually kicked out of the competition after the two sat down and talked.

There are 22 women left in the program


There are 22 women left in the programCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Daria Rose, Samantha Jeffries, Hailey Malles, Ivana Noble, Jane Paik, Lindsay Dobbs, and Rianna Hockaday were also sent home after not receiving a rose.

Who’s Left on The Bachelor?

Clayton has met more than 20 women, some of whom have departed in dramatic limos and are still very much in the game.

Hunter arrives with a snake, Kira walks up to Clayton in his underwear and lab coat, and Jill hands him an urn containing the remains of her ex-boyfriends.

The full list of women who live to see the mansion in a week’s time is:

  • Eliza Isichei, 26 years old
  • Gabby Windey, 30 years old
  • Genevieve Parisi, 26 years old
  • Hunter Haag, 28
  • Jill Chin, 26 years old
  • Lyndsey Windham, 28 years old
  • Mara Agreat, 32 years old
  • Marlena Wesh, 30 years old
  • Rachel Recchia, 25
  • Sarah Hamrick, 23 years old
  • Serene Russell, 26 years old
  • Shanae Ankney, 29 years old
  • Sierra Jackson, 26 years old
  • Susie Evans, 28
  • Teddi Wright, 24

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