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The Bachelor Packs Its Flowers And Heads to Jamaica

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | February 24, 2016

The Bachelor Packs Its Flowers And Heads to Jamaica

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Ben Higgins’ search for temporary love continues in what will be a magical episode from Jamaica on “The Bachelor.”

For the millions who tune in every week, you are well aware that Amanda Stanton came away flowerless in Week 8, which means that now there are three.

Unlike in real life, traveling to some exotic location with double the amount of women you are in love with is a great idea on The Bachelor—or at the very least it’s worth the ratings.

READ MORE: Top 5 Things to Do in Kingston, Jamaica

Now before we get to the news about the fantastic location for Week 9, you may want to catch up on where this season is currently.

Here is all the drama in a few short minutes:

And you can bet that the emotions will be running high in paradise, which is exactly where Higgins and his trio of potential life mates are headed.

According to a press release, “The Bachelor” will touch down in Jamaica, where we presume being dumped on national television is as easy to digest as something like that could possibly be.

To be specific, there will be three Sandals resorts featured heavily in the show. If you are a fan of a series about heartbreak, flowers and true love, then look closely at Week 9 and Sandals Ochi Beach Resort, Sandals Royal Plantation and Rio Chico by Sandals Resorts.

VIDEO: See More of Sandals Ochi Beach Resort

Those are the resorts that will cameo in what is sure to be a tear-fueled romp through Jamaica, which only differs from previous episodes in that this one will be from Jamaica.

Wine should be popped at 8/7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 29 when the episode airs on ABC. And because you can’t pack all this fun into one episode, part two will premiere on Monday, March 14.

At that point you can look yourself in the mirror and decide whether this is truly the guilty pleasure you want to continue into a 21st season.

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