Here’s a Handy-Dandy ‘Bachelor’ Rose Ceremony Tracker to Keep Up With Who Peter Sends Home

Alanna Lauren Greco
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From Cosmopolitan

I mean this in the nicest way, but sometimes, it’s kinda hard to tell the contestant on The Bachelor apart! I mean, half of them are beauty queens and all of them are blowouts, big eyes, and glittery dresses. And let’s be real—it’s all part of the charm of the show!

But especially at the beginning of the season, it’s basically impossible to know who’s who, and there are SO many of them. Which is why we did you a solid and put together this very useful tracker of which women have been booted off of Peter Weber’s journey to love so far. And yes, we’ll be updating this bad boy every week.

Rose Ceremony #1

Wow, the premiere was a lot, and I’m not just referencing the fact that the evil geniuses over at ABC made Peter’s first episode THREE HOURS long ’cause they knew that still I’d cancel all my plans for the night to watch the whole thing (okay, fine, I didn’t have plans, but still!). Anyway, we already lost the season’s best contest during the first week, and yes, I’m talking about Ashley P. the emotional support cow, who constant Jenna brought on the first night and hasn’t been seen since. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH ASHLEY P., CHRIS HARRISON?! Oh, and these eight women also went home:

Avonlea

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Eunice

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Jade

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Jenna

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Katrina

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Kylie

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Maurissa

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Megan

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Rose Ceremony #2

While most of us were too distracted by contestant Kelsey’s champagne meltdown to really pay attention to Peter’s second rose ceremony (don’t even try to pretend like you weren’t busy scrolling through the memes while Peter was handing out roses), three women did indeed go home. And those three are:

Courtney

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Lauren

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Payton

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Rose Ceremony #3

Welp, even though this episode was once again filled with drama (just how Chris Harrison likes it), I was too busy thinking about how Hannah Ann pronounced “fiasco” as “finasco” and the fact that Peter line-dances in his spare time! But anyway, these ladies were told buh-bye at the rose ceremony tonight:


Jasmine

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Alexa

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Sarah

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Rose Ceremony #4

Welp, in the first 30 minutes of the season’s fifth episode (which reminder, is three hours long!), Peter sent these four women home:

Alayah

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Deandra

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Kiarra

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Savannah

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Rose Ceremony #5

And in the second rose ceremony of the episode (are you exhausted? ’cause I’m exhausted), Peter eliminated:

Lexi

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Shiann

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Rose Ceremony #6

Peter is *not* messing around this week—not only did he whip out his Spanish skills multiple times in Chile, but he also eliminated enemy of Alayah/beauty queen Victoria P. during a group date:

Victoria P.

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Also eliminated before the rose ceremony? Tammy, who had to endure a painful speech from Mykenna during their two-on-one:

Tammy

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And only then did Peter finally get around to sending home two more girls during the rose ceremony:

Mykenna

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Sydney

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Rose Ceremony #7

Okay, so I’m not really sure that either of these eliminations count as a rose ceremony, because one was after a one-on-one date and the other was after a three-on-one date and Chris Harrison was nowhere to be seen. Regardless, pilot Peter sent home these two women tonight and is heading to meet the families of his remaining four women next week:

Natasha

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Kelley


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Rose Ceremony #8

Wow, friends: It’s hard to believe that we’re already at the hometown rose ceremony, which means that we’re close to knowing which lady won Peter’s season/heart. After having great dates and getting to know the families of Madison, Hannah Ann, and Kelsey/getting into a blowout fight with Victoria F., Peter decides to eliminate...not Victoria! Rather, tonight was the last episode for everyone’s favorite champagne lover, Kelsey:

Kelsey

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Rose Ceremony #9

Well, after the SUSPENSE of Madison potentially not showing up for the rose ceremony, Peter *finally* decided to get rid of Victoria, who has just been causing all kinds of drama this season. And not the you needed it, but reminder: Peter only has two ladies left now!


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