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January 28, 2013 8:04 PM

TV blog: The Bachelor Sean Lowe says goodbye to a fitness model and a poker dealer

ABC's "The Bachelor" Sean Lowe sent home poker dealer Leslie H. and fitness model Amanda on the fourth episode of the show. Though both were disappointed to leave, at least Leslie H. departed with diamond earrings, a new Badgley Mischeka dress, purse and shoes after her "Pretty Woman" date of shopping on Rodeo Drive. Poor Amanda went home with a badly bruised and swollen jaw after falling down during roller derby practice on the group date. Further alienating herself from the other bachelorettes, Tierra threatened to leave the show during the group date and Sean gave her the early rose to get her to stay.

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