Two women and one rose. That's where "The Bachelor" Season 16 star Ben Flajnik stands as the show's icy finale in Switzerland is set to air on March 12.
But while many spoiler sites and tabloid magazines have already disclosed this season's winner, it really doesn't matter. Ben F. won't marry his final pick-and here's why:
The girls are seeing things
Ben's final two women -- Courtney Robertson and Lindzi Cox -- are no doubt getting an eyeful as this season's episodes play out. While Ben picked his final lady months ago on a Swiss mountain, since then the girls have endured a season full of his amorous antics with other women. If Ben picked Courtney, she has now seen his steamy overnight date bedroom scene with Lindzi. And if Ben picked Lindzi, she has now witnessed his infamous skinny dipping scene with Courtney. Either way, the boy has some 'splaining to do!
No "Bachelor" before him has done ever it
Let's face it, the way the show is set up makes it almost impossible for the relationship not to fail. First up, the newly engaged couple is kept apart for months while the show airs. And in the 15 previous seasons of the show, never before has a "Bachelor" star married his final pick. While "Bachelor" Season 13 star Jason Mesnick did marry his number two girl, Molly Malaney, she wasn't the girl who he gave his final rose to. That honor went to Melissa Rycroft, whom Mesnick famously dumped on camera before rekindling things with Molly. There's no reason to believe that Flajnik will break this "Bachelor" dry spell.
Ben was recently photographed in a major lip lock -- and it wasn't with Courtney or Lindzi.
Us Weekly recently published pictures of "Bachelor" Ben on what they described as a "cheating spree." The mag claims that Ben was "caught" with three different girls in one weekend and there are incriminating pictures of him appearing to be passionately kissing a woman who is definitely not one of his Final 2. Ben's rep has denied the cheating allegations, according to the Life & Style, saying, "The photo is of two friends who have known each other for years and are all together in a social setting, surrounded by a group of friends." Sure, we've heard of that. It's called friends with benefits!
Chalk it up to a (bad) experience
Cheating rumors aside, according to Radar Online, Ben is not acting like a happily engaged man. While he may have doled out a Neil Lane sparkler to Courtney or Lindzi, could there be trouble in paradise? A Radar source says at that the recent "Women Tell All" taping, Ben complained to producers that doing the show was "the worst experience" of his life.
"Ben couldn't hide how miserable he was at the taping," the source said. "Everyone could see that he wasn't happy."
The Verdict: It doesn't sound like this "Bachelor" will be having a bachelor party any time soon!
"The Bachelor" Season 16 finale airs on March 12 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
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