The Bachelor's Ben Flajnik Sends Two Women Packing


Jan. 10 2012, Published 12:49 p.m. ET

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It's merely the beginning of the season on The Bachelor, but that doesn't mean the drama hasn't been in full force! Last night, Ben Flajnik showed two women the exit door: Shawn Reynolds, the financial advisor and Jenna Burke, the blogger.

OK! NEWS: THE BACHELOR DROPS IN RATINGS WITH BEN FLAJNIK'S DEBUTTo explain her high-maintenance drama, Jenna mentioned she was "distracted" by other girls and gave Ben a speech about why she was acting completely weird. She told Ben, "I feel like I'm a guy in how I act, so being around girls all the time is very abnormal to me in what people say. I'm not like a girl, if that makes any sense."In a typical laid-back-kind-of-guy reaction, Ben said later on, "Some of these women are beginning to unravel a little bit... I had no idea things had gotten this bad, this early."OK! NEWS: THE BACHELOR IS BACK! READY FOR BEN FLAJNIK TO HAND OUT ROSES AND BREAK SOME HEARTS?The drama didn't end until the very last camera stopped rolling for the blogger. "I'm shocked — I came here looking for love; these girls distracted him I think; I deserve love, I want to find love... I think I deserve love; I have always been trying to find it," Jenna said through all of her tears.Although Ben took women to his hometown and he inevitably smooched four of the contestants vying for that final rose, next week they'll all pack their bags for San Francisco!Do you think Ben sent home the right girls?  

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