The final four roses were handed out on the week seven episode of “The Bachelorette.”
The week started with Colton receiving the first one-on-one date. Becca took him out on a catamaran for the day and they spent time soaking up the sun, tangled up with each other.
After a long day on the boat, the two clean up for dinner and get ready for some more uninterrupted one-on-one time. Becca is feeling really confident in her feelings for Colton and believes she is ready to meet the people that brought him into the world.
Before dinner is over Colton reveals his biggest secret to Becca, he is a virgin. Becca excused herself for a few moments, but when she came back and heard everything he had to say, she gave him a rose and a hometown date.
Next to receive a one-on-one date is Garrett, Becca took Garrett “island hopping” in a sea plane and the two had a romantic picnic on a remote island. They spend the day talking about what has shaped them into who they are and spend time having fun in the sun.
After a long day in the sun, the two get ready for a romantic dinner. Becca brings up her worries about Garrett’s previous marriage and he admits that he is falling in love with Becca. Becca secures his spot for the hometown dates with a rose.
After a two one-on-one dates passed, Blake begin to “crack,” as the guys would say, and contemplate if Becca’s feelings were real or not. Lucky for Blake, the next one-on-one date was his. Becca and Blake spent their day dancing on the beach listening to the “Baha Men,” creaters of the song “Who Let the Dogs Out?” We found out just how in sync Becca and Blake were dancing together.
After letting loose on the beach and going for a dive in the ocean, the two get ready for a relaxing dinner. At dinner Blake admits to Becca that he is, in fact, in love with her. Becca admits to the cameras that she feels the same way about him and gives Blake the date rose.
The last three bachelors, Leo, Jason, and Wills, go on a three-on-one date with Becca. The four play a light-hearted game of Volleyball and take turns having alone time with Becca.
Leo pulls Becca aside and together they agree that their relationship is just not as far along as the others and Leo goes home before dinner.
At dinner with Jason and Wills, Becca is having a hard time deciding who she wants to give the rose to, but ends up deciding on Jason. Wills is devastated, but Becca sees more of a possible future with Jason.
Don’t forget to tune into “The Bachelorette” Monday, July 16, at 8 pm on My ABC WOTV 4, to see the hometown dates with the final four men.