Brad Womack saves the aggressive girls for another week, where they would have fun in the Sin City.
Meghan, Lindsay and Stacey are the three women who were sent home in week 4 of "The Bachelor". These are the girls who received little camera time, compared to the other two, Ashley H. and Michelle, who made the list as the show's troublemakers.
Like in the previous weeks, Brad Womack eliminated the girls who had little time with him. Meghan, Lindsay and Stacey were in the group date and Stacey was the one who admitted to Dr. Drew that she had cheated. Apart from that, the eliminated women were shadowed by the antics of Ashley H. and Michelle.
Ashley H. was the one who sneaked upon Brad and Britt while they were kissing. She interrupted the tender moment and told Brad that it would be easier for her to "just take a step back" but Brad said no. Despite being cut off, Britt earned a rose and she accepted.
The two women who got a solo date with Brad this week were Chantal and Michelle who happen to not get along. Chantal pointed out to Michelle that her date card did not contain the word "love". Nevertheless, both Michelle and Chantal received a rose each at the end of their dates.
Next week, Brad and the remaining women would go to Las Vegas. Host Chris Harrison blogged on EW, "This is the last rose ceremony at the house this season. It's actually the last rose ceremony in Los Angeles. We usually come back home before we leave for exotics but not this season. From here on out we're on the road, and you're coming with me."