Rozlyn Papa, the woman who was sent home during the airing of ABC's "The Bachelor: On the wings of Love," told Entertainment Tonight that she did not have an affair with one of the show's producers. In interviews leading up to Monday's show, "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison said that one of the bachelorettes had an affair with a producer of the show during its filming.
On Monday's show, Chris interrupted a cocktail party between bachelor Jake Pavelka and the bachelorettes. He took Rozlyn outside for a chat. He accused Rozlyn of entering into an inappropriate relationship with one of the staffers.
"I mean I don't think that my personal life's really anybody's business," Rozlyn said.
"This is something that we take incredibly serious... We feel that there was a line that was crossed with our staffer," Chris said.
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"I'm not going to say anything. That puts me in a bad position," Rozlyn said.
"The bottom line is this: We feel, because of what's happened, it's impossible for you to continue on this show." Chris added, "We feel that you need to leave tonight."
"I don't think it was anything that was, um, deceitful or anything like that," Rozlyn said. She went back to the cocktail party and told a few of the other women that she was going home.
When interviewed on Entertainment Tonight, Rozlyn said, "nothing happened... There's nothing romantic about it at all." The 28-year-old model said her biggest worry is what her 7-year-old son will think of her when he hears these "lies." She also feels bad that the producer was fired for nothing more than forming a friendship with her.
On Monday's show when Chris told Jake that Rozlyn was leaving, he responded, "I don't really know what to say. I'm just really disappointed." He requested to get back the rose that he'd given to Rozlyn earlier in the show.
"I wasn't really ready for a big bomb like that to be dropped... I didn't see this coming with her," Jake said.
Chris explained to the other 14 women that Rozlyn was sent home and that the show would continue.
Jake told the women "I feel kind of deceived... She looked in my eyes and told me she was here for me." He asked the other women if they would pull him aside and tell him if they didn't want to be on the show anymore. No one did.
Eliminated from the show at the week two rose ceremony:
Ashley: 29, a teacher from Pittsburgh. "Though it sucks that I'm going home, and that I didn't find my Prince Charming, I don't want to see him hurt again."
Christina: 25. "I'm disappointed because Jake is someone that I definitely could see myself marrying." She added that she knew "for a fact" that some remaining girls weren't on the show for the right reason.
Continuing to week three:
Elizabeth: age 29, a nanny from Nebraska
Ali: 25, an account manager from Massachusetts
Vienna: 23, Florida
Gia: 26, a swimsuit model from New York
Tenley: 25, Oregon
Ella: 29, a hairstylist and single mom from Tennessee
Corrie: 23, Kissimmee, Florida
Jesse: 25, Canada
Ashleigh: 25, Maryland
Michelle: 25, California
Kathryn: age 25, a flight attendant from Kentucky
Here's a recap of Monday's show:
Jake chose Ali for the first one-on-one date of the show. Ali, who is afraid to fly, accompanied Jake in a small aircraft. Jake, a pilot, flew the plane himself. He said he hoped to show Ali how "relaxing aviation could be."
Mission accomplished. She said she felt like she was "floating" as Jake flew the plane. "I just felt, like, so safe."
The duo flew from Los Angeles to Palm Springs where they drove to the polo grounds for a private dinner. Ali told Jake that her serious relationships were all with guys who had names beginning with the letter "J." Jake decided he wanted her stay on the show and he gave her the second rose of the evening before the two listened to a private concert by Chicago.
"Jake swept me off my feet, and I never want to come down again," Ali said about her date with Jake.
Elizabeth, Jesse, Kathryn, Ashley and Vienna were chosen to accompany Jake to Six Flags on a group date. The park was closed to the public for the date.
At the park, Elizabeth borrowed Jake for a one-on-one conversation. She read Jake a note that stated she wouldn't kiss him unless she was the last woman standing. Jake thought that was "kind of sweet."
"I'm an old-fashioned guy... and I respect her values," Jake said.
During a private conversation, Vienna told Jake that she was engaged to her pastor's son during high school and called off the wedding when she was 17. A month later, her former fiancee was married and expecting a child with another woman. Vienna was so hurt that she eloped with a guy that she hardly knew and was signing divorce papers four months later. She said the experience really made her "grow up."
At the end of the second group date, Jake gave Elizabeth a rose because "I wanted to show her that I really respect her values." The other women left Elizabeth and Jake alone to enjoy a fireworks' display.
Three girls, Michelle, Ella and Tenley weren't selected to go on a date with Jake.
"I'm that nice girl that everybody hates," Michelle said when she realized that she didn't get an invitation to go on a date with Jake. She packed her suitcase and threatened to leave the show. She stayed.
At the cocktail party before the rose ceremony, Ella received a cupcake from Jake for her birthday which she spent filming the show instead of with her son, Ethan, at home. She said she wanted to continue on the show because she and Jake had a great connection. "I think that he would be incredible with Ethan."
Tenley and Michelle also had one-on-one conversations with Jake before the rose ceremony. Tenley has yet to tell Jake about her previous marriage. Michelle admitted that she almost left the show when her name didn't appear on one of the date cards.
The first group date of the night was a photo shoot with InStyle magazine. When Christina struggled to loosen up, Jake came to her rescue and danced with her to make her feel more comfortable. After the shoot, the group went back to the mansion. Gia, the swimsuit model, was having a moment of alone time with Jake when Ashleigh, from Maryland, showed up in a bikini. A few minutes later, all the women were in the pool. Christina led Jake away for a private conversation. He was entertained but said he wished she hadn't had quite so much to drink. Rozlyn interrupted and took Jake to the roof for some alone time. The two chatted and kissed. Jake gave Rozlyn the first rose of the night because he was "intrigued" by her.
Here is a list of the women who received roses on last week's show:
Tenley: 25, Oregon. She's played the role of fairy princess on stage. Now she wants a happy ending of her own. She got the first kiss and the first-impression rose for opening up so much. They only thing she didn't tell Jake about was her previous relationship. She's divorced.
Ella: 29, a hairstylist from Tennessee. She has a son, Ethan, and she thinks Jake is the missing piece to her family.
Elizabeth: 29, a nanny from Nebraska. She brought a football to test Jake's throwing ability. The prop spurred an impromptu football game — Blondes vs. Brunettes. No winner was declared.
Ali: age 25, an account manager from Massachusetts. She had a rough night. Her voice kept failing because she was feeling ill, and she fell and ripped her dress when Jake came to get her for a one-on-one conversation. Oh, and she's afraid to fly.
Vienna: 23, Florida. This daddy's girl enjoys dressing up her dog. She also enjoys touching Jake, especially his abs. A lot.
Christina: 25. Most of her friends are guys, but she planned to make friends on the show by complimenting the other women. She brought jelly beans and encouraged the girls to take a pack... on their way home from the show. Not so complimentary.
Gia: 26, a swimsuit model from New York. She's unlucky in love and has had only three boyfriends.
Ashley: 29, a teacher from Pittsburgh. She changed into a flight attendant's outfit to impress Jake. She said she dresses well on her teacher's salary because her mom loves buying her clothes. Jake said he was impressed with the outfit switch.
Rozlyn: 28, Richmond, Va. This model thinks pilots are sexy and girls are catty.
Jesse: 25, Canada. Her opening comment to Jake? "Do you have a registry for these guns?"
Corrie: 23, Kissimmee, Florida. She's a wardrobe consultant who said she and Jake have the same traditional values.
Valisha: 32. This "homemaker" who's originally from Texas brought Jake soil from their homeland.
Ashleigh: 25, Maryland. She slipped (literally) right into Jake's arms when they met.
Kathryn: age 25, a flight attendant from Kentucky. She gave Jake the fake engagement ring that she wears to work. She hopes to replace it with the real thing at the end of the show.
Michelle: 25, California. This office manager wants to be Jake's co-pilot. She was feeling very emotional and indicated that she was going to have a meltdown if she didn't get the first impression rose. She didn't get it. She very nearly had a breakdown.
The women who left the show on the first week:
Alexa: 25, Ohio. She's an adrenaline junkie who wore gloves to meet Jake. She told him he could ride her Harley if she could drive his plane. Not happening.
Elizabeth: 29, Washington D.C. She said the greatest loves of her life have all been pilots.
Channy: 29, California. She told Jake something in her native Cambodian. Translation? "You can land your plane on my landing strip any time." Jake's response? "Oh." Translation? "No."
Kimberly: 24, an NBA dancer from Oklahoma. She suggested they put their football wars aside. To show how serious she was, she said "Hook 'em 'horns."
Emily: 21, Ohio. She's a fitness model.
Tianna: 31. The Canadian medical technician said she told her girlfriends that she was going to marry Jake when he stepped out of the limo on last season's "The Bachelorette."
Caitlyn: age 24. She's a model from Illinois.
Kirsten: 25, Colorado. She wanted to slap Jillian when she let Jake go last season.
Stephanie: 24, a dance teacher from Illinios. She wanted Jake to save her the first dance of the night. He did.
Shelia: 25, a pilot from California. She gave her aviation sunglasses to Jake since they're both pilots.