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'Bachelor' spoilers February 10: Who does Juan Pablo send home in New Zealand?

Who does 'Bachelor' Juan Pablo send home on Episode 6? On Feb. 10, 2014 Juan Pablo and 8 girls head to to Lake Taupo, New Zealand.

Who leaves "The Bachelor" on February 10?

There are only six roses up for grabs this week, so that means two women will pack their bags and go home in New Zealand. Before anyone leaves, all of the girls get to go on dates with Juan Pablo. There are two one-on-one dates and a group date this week.

One-on-One Dates

Clare Crawley is thrilled that she gets a date with Juan Pablo this week. Of course, they will discuss their frolic in the ocean and Clare will pretend to feel bad that she sexed him up in the ocean.

Of course, she gets a rose because Juan Pablo can't say no to her. Perhaps he's afraid that Clare boils rabbits in pots and leaves it on the doorstep of any man who rejects her. Just a thought.

Andi Dorfman gets the other one-on-one date and they take a shower in a waterfall. Andi gets her hopes up that she's found everlasting love when Juan Pablo gives her a rose.

Group Date:

This week, six girls fight for Juan Pablo's attention on a group date that including rolling around inside big balls. Fantastic.

Kat, Chelsie, Sharleen, Cassandra, Nikki and Renee also get to play rugby and rollerblading with Juan Pablo. They also have a picnic and, chances are, no one eats any food.

Reality Steve states that Juan Pablo decides to eliminate Cassandra Ferguson during the group date and gives the group date rose to Sharleen Joynt. She accepts, much to the surprise of fans who think she and Juan Pablo are a total mismatch.

Who is Eliminated on Episode 6?

In addition to Cassandra, who was eliminated on the group date, Juan Pablo sends Kat Hurd home. Apparently her cleavage as well as her ability to dance like she was part of Korean group 2NE1 a few weeks ago didn't impress him.

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