Next Week on 'The Bachelor': More Drama as Women 'Stir the Pot' — Then an Ambulance Arrives
“Stir the pot” might just become this “Bachelor” season’s version of “stay in your lane,” which was the unofficial motto of Hannah Brown’s season of “The Bachelorette.”
The accusation returns in next week’s episode of “The Bachelor,” as Mykenna says in the show’s preview. She tearfully tells the camera, “These girls are, like, continuing to stir the pot.” On Monday’s episode of “The Bachelor,” Victoria F. called Alayah a “pot stirrer” because she told the other women about Victoria’s past with Chase Rice.
It’s unclear for now what exactly Mykenna is referring to, but it likely has to do with Alayah returning in Cleveland and getting the group date rose. The women in the house were up in arms about Peter Weber giving it to her.
As we see in the trailer, “there is drama” and the women depart Cleveland, Ohio, for a more tropical destination. Peter continues to show more affection with the women, including one smooch with Hannah Ann as Mykenna and Tammy stand right next to them.
With only snippets of conversations, it’s clear the drama followed Peter and the bachelorettes from Cleveland. Shiann cries, “I’m tired of feeling like this.” Victoria P. says, “This is ridiculous. It’s not fair.” One voiceover claims, “I’m literally being slaughtered.” Kelsey tells a group of women, “She’s a dramatic bitch. ‘Oh, blah, blah blah.’”
It all comes to a head at the end of the teaser with Tammy crying and yelling at Sydney, “You said there was someone here that was not here for the right reasons. You don’t think he was going to ask you?”
Then, it cuts to an ambulance arriving and the women in complete shock.
Watch the full trailer below!
Be sure to tune into “The Bachelor,” which airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.