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Ben Higgins Falls In Love With Jamaica, Two Women On 'The Bachelor'

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | March 01, 2016

Ben Higgins Falls In Love With Jamaica, Two Women On 'The Bachelor'

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Ben Higgins fell in love three times this week. Thankfully, one object of his desires was Jamaica, which isn’t expected to get all that bent out of shape if it comes away from this season of “The Bachelor” without a rose.

As many of you know, Ben Higgins made a not-so-tough decision on Monday night, sending away the one woman out of three who didn’t receive a verbal “I love you” from this season’s bachelor.

But first, we have to remind you viewers that Higgins’ first love may very well have been Jamaica, which received a good amount of adulation from the star of the show.

Here he is in a clip falling head over heels for the beauty of this majestic part of the world (h/t USA Today).

As we previously reported, Jamaica is going to be the backdrop for some of the final moments for what was yet another emotional iteration of America’s greatest guilty pleasure.

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort, Sandals Royal Plantation and Rio Chico by Sandals Resorts all feature heavily as does the coastline that will entice more than a few watching from home.

As you can see in the teaser clip above, Higgins is indeed in love with two women. Let’s enjoy that news with a bite-size serving of a video clip that shows the woman who was relieved of her duties Monday night, Caila Quinn:

Floating down the river in Jamaica looks like a fantastic time, unless you are with a Debbie Downer.

Luckily, Higgins packed away three potential soul mates for this week’s trip.

One of whom was fortunate enough to turn a romp in Jamaica and an “I love you” into an engagement that will totally, completely lead to lifelong matrimony. 

And then there were two.

You will have to wait until March 14 for the conclusion of the season with a tell-all episode filling in the interim to keep the wine and clever quips flowing. 

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