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The Bachelorette: Week 1 (Season 7)

Ashley, 27, who resides in Philadelphia, where she is finishing her degree in dentistry, went from being one of the favorites to capture Brad's heart on the 15th edition of "The Bachelor" to narrowly missing her goal of finding a future husband. Ashley was frustrated she couldn't communicate her feelings to Brad, and he gallantly let her go before the rose ceremony. Her insecurities got the best of her and she ended up going home full of regrets. Now she's ready to face her fears and put her heart on the line for love. And this time she'll be ready and open to express her feelings to the right guy.

Source: ABC

Episode Info


Episode number: 7x1
Airdate: Monday May 23rd, 2011
Special Airtime: 09:00 pm

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


Main Cast
Ashley HebertAshley Hebert
As Herself
J.P. RosenbaumJ.P. Rosenbaum
As Himself
Ben FlajnikBen Flajnik
As Himself

Recap

With the premiere of the show, we meet Ashley. She was on the Bachelor before. Now it is her turn! We get to know her a bit. She enjoys walking on beaches, dancing, and seems to work in the dental industry. She meets up with Chris Harrison and she goes over the various reasons why she did not succeed with the bachelor. She says that she made herself look like a fool, when she was trying so hard to not look that way. There's an interruption in her positive outlook. Ashley has been told that Bentley is not there for any good reason at all by one of the women that were on Brad's Bachelor. Chris feigns a bit of surprise. ..

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