Last week, I blogged about William Holman as my bet to be the last man standing in the ongoing The Bachelorette season 7. I also mentioned that it’s going to be very difficult because he kinda blew it by roasting Ashley big time during the “roast Ashley challenge” (episode 3) and making her cry eventually. I was hoping he could win her heart back because their one-on-one date in Las Vegas from the first episode was the most romantic so far this season. But I was wrong. He really hurt Ashley’s feelings with a bad joke that’s why he was eliminated last week.
William probably charmed the televiewers with his royal good looks that he was chosen to be part of the second season of Bachelor Pad, a spin-off reality program giving The Bachelor and The Bachelorette cast rejects another shot at love.
The 30-year-old cellular phone salesman from Galloway will join fourth-season bachelor Graham Bunn; fifth-season bachelor Michael Stagliano; sixth-season bachelors Kirk DeWindt, the cheesy but good looking Kasey Kahl and “Rated R” Justin Rego; and the two additional seventh-season bachelors who ABC has yet to reveal (Hope one of them is Bentley).
Bachelor Pad’s second season is set to premiere Monday, August 8 on ABC.