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JoJo Smooches In Argentina In Latest Bachelorette Episode

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 28, 2016

JoJo Smooches In Argentina In Latest Bachelorette Episode

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JoJo continued her global kissing tour with a stop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which is where one Bachelorette Bro managed to finally steal a kiss and the rest of the JoBros kicked around a soccer ball awkwardly.

It was a very special episode of “The Bachelorette” in the sense that it was exactly like every other episode except it was filmed on location in a gorgeous city that was given a healthy spotlight from start to finish.

But some of you may have missed Monday’s episode. We only wish we could say the same.

Here’s a recap to get you up to speed:

TL;DW Version: Wells finally got to kiss JoJo but was sent packing. Meanwhile there was some football playing, tango dancing and roses for all.

But you came here for the important details, such as where did these beautiful people stay while playing out an awkward situation for our benefit.

As we see in the opening scenes, JoJo is staying away from Casa Bromeo at The Plaza Hotel, where roughing it means enjoying views of Plaza San Martin as well as the hotel’s wealth of five-star amenities.

Lavish is possibly the word we’re looking for:

Meanwhile, the cargo-shorts squad was staying at the Alvear Palace Hotel, which is where we imagine important people with good taste go to stay.

An exception was made for this season as the gentleman filed into the suite with the usual banter of how things were generally awesome.

The episode took a very sweet (Read: excruciating) turn when fans from home were undoubtedly screaming at their screens for Wells to kiss JoJo.

You can relive your own terror at Fuerza Bruta where the two enjoyed their first and only one-on-one date.

Sadly, we can’t guarantee that you will fare better than a smooch session so bad that you get sent home somewhat immediately.

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