- While Matt James was conducting the final rose ceremony last night on The Bachelor, contestant Sarah Trott was on the verge of passing out.
- Thankfully, Sarah was (and is) okay, but it was a scary experience nonetheless.
Matt James’s season of The Bachelor is only two episodes in, and of course, fans have already been hit with the unexpected. In last week’s episode, Victoria Larson literally showed up wearing a tiara on night one, and by the time the rose ceremony rolled around, two of Matt’s contestants wore the same dress…which may or may not have been orchestrated by the show’s producers. This week, an unexpected moment came in the form of a medical emergency.
During last night’s rose ceremony, Matt handed out roses to Pieper, Kit, Magi, Rachael, Abigail, Chelsea, Jessenia, Katie and Serena C….but before he could finish, Matt noticed that contestant Sarah Trott wasn’t looking so good while waiting in line and stopped the ceremony.
“I’m, like, seeing stars,” Sarah told Matt. “I’m blacking out. I can’t see,” she added while warning the show’s producers that she felt like passing out. In true Bachelor fashion, the episode ended on this massive “to be continued” cliffhanger, but don’t worry—Sarah was totally okay and was seen in an brief teaser for episode 3 where the rose ceremony eliminations continued.
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Also! It’s worth mentioning that Sarah is fully out here making jokes about herself fainting. In fact, she posted a TikTok with clips from her episode and captioned it “when you take falling in love quite literally.” Genius, if you ask me.
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Can’t wait to see Matt and Sarah’s Bachelor saga continue on next week’s episode!
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