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Last Night on The Bachelor Canada: The Journey for Love Gets Emotional for Brad and the Bachelorettes

– Bachelorettes Ana, Britany, Chantelle, and Laura B. go home in week four –
– The Bachelor Canada airs Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on Citytv –
 
TORONTO (October 25, 2012) From new love to love lost, emotions ran high as Brad Smith and the bachelorettes bared their souls in a revealing episode of The Bachelor Canada last night on Citytv. Getting things off to a tense start, host Tyler Harcott delivered a shocking announcement that Brad – in an effort to stay true to himself and his feelings – would once again be eliminating four girls at the rose ceremony.
 
From TV screens to glossy magazines, Brad’s first date of the week saw Ana, Britany, Gabrielle, and Kara join him for their very own LOULOU magazine/Rimmel London photo shoot. After turning up the heat both onscreen and off, things took a serious turn when Britany opened up to Brad about her tumultuous family history. Then, needing more time to make his decision, Brad surprised all four girls by choosing not to hand out a rose on the date. With a two-on-one and a one-on-one date still up for grabs, Whitney took matters into her own hands, tracking down Brad in his hotel room, where he opened up about his painful past for the first time. Later, Brad whisked Bianka and Laura B. away to Paris for individual dates in the city of love, ultimately sending Laura B. home and securing the first hometown visit by giving Bianka the rose. Finally, Brad chose Whitney for the only one-on-one date of the week. Testing their intense connection by rappelling down a rock cliff in Penticton, B.C., Brad then took another leap of faith, giving Whitney a rose and securing a visit to her hometown next week.
 
Later, Chantelle received tragic news from home that her grandfather had passed away and made the difficult decision to leave Brad and the mansion to be with her family. With only seven girls remaining – and only Bianka and Whitney safe from elimination – the three bachelorettes who did not receive roses were (in alphabetical order):
 
·         Ana, 26 (server), from Ottawa
·         Britany, 23 (nurse), from Swift Current, SK
·         Laura B., 23 (cocktail waitress), from Ottawa
 
Next week, Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, Brad visits the hometowns of the four remaining bachelorettes for one of most important steps in any relationship – meeting the parents. But instead of finding the answers he needs, Brad is left wrestling with the truth of what he’s learned versus what his heart desires. Find out who will receive a rose and go on to meet Brad’s family as his search for love continues with the final four bachelorettes Bianka (Mississauga, ON); Gabrielle (Oakville, ON); Kara (Delta, B.C.); and Whitney (Calgary).
 
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 BachelorCanada.ca 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 Citytv.com, 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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About Citytv
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Media Contacts
Shannon Hall, Citytv,
shannon.hall@rci.rogers.com, 416.764.3078
Stephanie Perron, Citytv, stephanie.perron@rci.rogers.com, 416.764.3253

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