'The Bachelorette' Takes Her Hostages, Er, Men to Tahiti
Ok folks, here's the deal. We have zero interest in "The Bachelorette" Ali Fedotowsky and her quest to find the man of her dreams. Call us jaded or whatever but we think "The Bachelor/Bachelorette" track record for "true love" speaks for itself.
However, we do get our kicks from the sexy destinations where the final rose ceremony goes down. Last season's "The Bachelor", found Jake and his girls in St. Lucia at two different romantic resorts and this season, Ali takes her beefcakes to Tahiti Hotels.
Everyone shacked up at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui (formerly a Starwood Hotel) but a few date activities were also planned at the nearby Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa.
The scenes were shot in early May and according to the rags, Ali has indeed picked a
poor unfortunate soul to torture fiancee!
According to Us Weekly, the final rose/engagement ceremony went down near the Hilton resort's chapel and interestingly, the production crew had to bring in extra flowers to make "the grounds look more "lush." Ali and her betrothed later spent the night in a $1,000 deluxe villa. Meanwhile, the crew was celebrating the end of the show at the hotel's Iriatai restaurant.
To watch all the (fake) drama go down in Tahiti, catch "The Bachelorette's" final episode on August 2 on ABC.