Things are getting messy on “The Bachelor Canada“.
The brewing tension between Brittany and Meghan seems to be at an all-time high, with Meghan upset at her foe for “manipulating” her and making her feel “simple.” Naturally, the two are sent on a group date together (along with Jessie and Stacy) to master the art of Dominican dancing. While Meghan isn’t feeling confident onstage, Brittany is totally in her element – so much so, in fact, that Chris actually begins to squirm in his seat a bit.
“Generally with Brittany, I enjoy the sexual chemistry and passion that we have for each other, but today’s different,” he says. “It feels very uncomfortable.”
But things get even more uncomfortable later on when the Brittany/Meghan situation finally boils over. The Deer Lake, N.L. native accuses Brittany of being condescending towards her, both on and off camera, a claim that Jessie backs up. Eventually, Chris gets roped in, and asks Brittany: “Do you want to stay for me?”
Spoiler alert: she doesn’t.
So while Brittany may claim to have left “like a queen,” it’s Mikaela who gets the royal treatment on her ultra romantic one-on-one date.
After a day of activities including rum tasting and cigar rolling, Chris takes his date to a literal fortress where she tells him she’s falling in love with him.
But as more of the ladies reveal they’re falling for Chris, he becomes overwhelmed. Between Meghan’s agony over the Brittany situation, Catie’s intensity, and Kait’s newly-unveiled “powerful side,” it becomes clear that each of the women have very different personalities and have distinct qualities to offer as a partner.
“I’m scared of falling too fast, and I’m scared about making the right choice,” he confides. “There’s other girls that I care about immensely, and I don’t know how to handle that.”
Ultimately, it’s Meghan who bids Chris a tearful farewell at the rose ceremony, but not without a pep talk on her way out. “You’re an amazing person and you deserve the world,” he tells her as they hug goodbye.