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Bachelor Pad 2012 Season 3 Episode 6 Live Recap 8/27/12

Bachelor Pad 2012 Season 3 Episode 6 Live Recap 8/27/12Tonight on ABC Bachelor Pad airs with a whole new episode. On tonight’s show The contestants compete in a spelling bee; one-on-one dates include a barn hoedown and a day exploring the Channel Islands; an escalating house rivalry leads to a surprising elimination. If you missed last week’s episode, you can read our full and detailed recap here for you.

On last week’s show the contestants had to stack teacups in a challenge titled “Great Fall of China.” One-on-one dates included an overnight remote camping trip and a Pretty Woman inspired tour of Los Angeles.

Chris H. announced that he is going to shake up the house tonight, everyone will vote out the woman who they think should go home and the twist, the voted out women will take whichever man she chooses to leave the show with her. Erica was sent home, and she got to take one bachelor with her, she choose Michael and Rachel was heartbroken. Rachel claimed, “I Was Falling in Love!”

On tonight’s show The contestants compete in a spelling bee; one-on-one dates include a barn hoedown and a day exploring the Channel Islands; an escalating house rivalry leads to a surprising elimination. Chris also announces a new shocking twist: Previously competing as individuals, the contestants must team up to compete as a duo and be voted off two-by-two.

Tonight’s episode is going to be an exciting one, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage ABC’s Bachelor Pad 3 at 8PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know what you thought of last week’s episode 5 of Bachelor Pad 2012?

BACHELOR PAD 2012 SEASON 3 EPISODE 6 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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