Back at the hotel, Kelsey gets into a confrontation with Tammy. Although Kelsey tries to apologize for her actions, the conversation takes an emotional turn when Tammy blames Kelsey’s behavior on her alcohol consumption.
“Do you think that was a helpful way of coping?” Tammy asks. Kelsey agrees to disagree.
While Tammy vents to the other contestants, Kelsey sneaks out of the hotel and tracks down Weber in his bungalow. Kelsey explains that her “breakdown” was blown out of proportion, and she doesn’t want Weber to think she’s crazy. (Because she’s not…right?)
Weber assures her that he’s not confused about where he stands with her. When Kelsey throws Tammy under the bus for calling her an alcoholic, Weber promises to make things right. *Grabs popcorn*
Before Kelsey leaves, Weber reveals that he doesn’t need a ceremony to know how he feels about her and proceeds to give her a rose.
When Kelsey returns to the group, she knows she’s in the wrong. Kelsey tries (and fails) to explain herself, but the ladies don’t want to hear it.
Later that night, the women are disappointed to learn there will be no cocktail party. Right when Weber is about to hand out the first rose, Tammy interrupts and asks to speak with him in private.
She explains that she wants to clear the air before the rose ceremony, since she knows Kelsey talked poorly about her. During their conversation, Mykenna interrupts and asks to steal Weber away. This isn’t a cocktail party, ladies!
Mykenna breaks down in tears and says she’s struggling to handle the drama. When she returns to the group, Lexi scolds her for stooping as low as Sydney.
At long last, Weber kicks off the rose ceremony, where he sends home Shiann and Lexi. Before Shiann leaves, she tells Weber to watch his back.
“Some of the girls that are here…what they’re saying is not who they are,” she says.
Well that was…a lot. The Bachelor returns to ABC on Wednesday, February 5, at 8 p.m.