'The Bachelor': Find Out Which 4 Contestants Get to Bring Arie for Hometown Dates

The Monday episode was the final week before hometown dates as Arie Luyendyk Jr. was forced to eliminate three girls, giving the other four a chance to bring him to meet their families.

AceShowbiz - Monday, February 12 episode of "The Bachelor" was the final week before viewers got to see hometown dates. Arie Luyendyk Jr. was forced to eliminate three girls, giving the remaining four a chance to bring him to meet their families. The episode saw the race car driver/realtor having three one-on-one dates and one group date while they're staying at Renaissance Tuscany.

The first one-on-one date went to Becca K. Arie and Becca went for a picnic date where they discussed where their relationship stood. Becca told Arie and that she was committed to their future, adding that she was falling for him. Arie was seemingly convinced with what Becca said to him, and without hesitation, he gave the first rose to Becca.

Meanwhile, Jacqueline was trying to figure out her feelings toward Arie. She doubted that she was actually ready to bring Arie to meet her family. "I don't think that introducing somebody to my family…. after a date where I had doubts is, like, the right way to go about my relationship," a tearful Jacqueline told Kendall.

After Arie went back from his date with Becca, she talked about it to him. "I'm worried I'm going to end up in Scottsdale with you, married, and wonder like, 'How did I get here?' " she told the Bachelor. Arie tried to change her mind, but eventually, Becca sent herself home.

Lauren B was the next lady to enjoy one-on-one date with Arie. It came as surprise since it was just last week when Lauren was picked for a solo date with him. Throughout the date, it was undeniable that the two had a good chemistry for each other. Arie gave Lauren a rose, adding that he's "falling so deeply in love" with her.

The last one-on-one date was Seinne. The two kicked off their date with a cooking class with a traditional Italian family. When Arie brought up the topic regarding their relationship, whether or not they were serious enough for him to meet her family, things went awkward. Arie admitted that he didn't feel for Seinne what he felt for Lauren and Becca. "Even though we had an amazing day, and there's a connection there, something's off," Arie told the camera. He didn't gave Seinne a rose.

Meanwhile, during the group date with Bekah, Tia and Kendall, Bekah revealed that she was struggling with being away from home. Tia also said that she didn't think that 22-year-old Bekah was ready for a serious relationship, let alone a marriage. Bekah, however, tried to assure Arie that she was serious with him.

As Arie gave Kendall a rose, it was Bekah and Tia who were left in jeopardy. Tia told Arie that she's falling in love with him. Meanwhile, Bekah confessed that while she was falling for Arie, she was still doubtful. At the end, Arie gave the last rose to Tia. With that Bekah was eliminated.

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