The Dinner Party Continues On The Bachelor SA

09 April 2020
More drama awaits.
The dinner party continues

Last week’s episode of M-Net’s hit reality dating series, The Bachelor SA, featured numerous twists and turns that kept viewers glued to their screens. To recap, Qiniso and Jess C. were blindsided with a two-on-one date and Jess C. went home; a second Wild Rose was handed to Marisia after the group date; and the Cocktail Party and Rose Ceremony were combined into a surprise dinner party. If any of the intense drama was missed, viewers can get up to speed with DStv Catch Up and DStv Now before the next broadcast.

The biggest surprise was when front-runner Rikki was the only lady without a rose at the end of the evening. The big question: will Rikki get a rose or is she the next fallen rose? Well, viewers will have to tune in to find out as the awkward dinner party continues. Plus, another fight breaks out while Marc leaves the room. Who is under fire this time?

More reasons to tune in:

  • The center of attention – Someone is put in an awkward position at the dinner party…again
  • Bikini babes – Marc visits the mansion for some fun in the sun!
  • A pity rose – Jess R. feels like she got a rose out of pity, not love. What brings about this doubt?
  • The Wild Rose – Will shy Marisia make use of her Wild Rose to spend more time with Marc?

The Bachelor SA Season 2 will be screened on M-Net every Thursday, from 13 February, at 19:00.
DStv Premium viewers can also watch all the romance on Catch Up or stream the episodes live via their mobile devices on DStv Now.

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