Chris Harrison Blogs ‘The Bachelor’ Episode 9

It’s been another incredibly emotional week here in Bachelor Nation, and to say that next week is going to really blow you away would be a massive understatement. We only had one hour this week to show you what went down between Andi’s surprise appearance, the rose ceremony, and the beginning of the overnight dates in Finland — so next week is going to be a full 3 hours. We’ll take one more step towards the finale, and also take a step into the past, as 19 women come back for the Women Tell All.

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When relationships dissolve, there is often a fair amount of unsettled business. Andi and Nick had a very close, but also a very tumultuous relationship a few years back on The Bachelorette, and when we were in New York, where Andi lives now, she decided to pay Nick a visit. Now, I want to be clear in stating that I am absolutely confident that Andi is over Nick and that Nick is over Andi. But they shared some really meaningful time together and I think seeing each other was positive and healthy for both of them. You never have to live in the past, but when you can look back, learn from it, and even laugh a little bit, it’s always a good thing. Andi is also a beloved member of Bachelor Nation, and we always like seeing her around, so we were very happy she decided to show up.

Nick hands out the post-hometown dates roses. (Photo: Chris Harrison)

Soon after Nick and Andi said their final goodbyes again, it was time for the much-anticipated Rose Ceremony. We know you’ve been waiting for this one, and even though it seemed like it might never happen, Nick said goodbye to Corinne. Corinne had an amazing journey on this season. First she was the one that everyone loved to hate, but all season long she was the one that everyone talked about. I think Corinne is multi-faceted and truly an interesting young woman. She’s funny, she’s sassy, and she’s unapologetic. We will miss…

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