ABC’s hit romantic reality series, The Bachelorette, kicks off its 11th season with a big surprise: There will be two Bachelorettes. There's the charming, charismatic beauty, Britt, who captivated Chris Soules and the rest of Bachelor Nation with a memorable hug on that first night at the Bachelor mansion, and Kaitlyn, the gorgeous, fun-loving, warm-hearted, but irreverent firecracker who let down her guard only to have her heart crushed. Who will the men prefer? Eventually, only one woman will be left to hand out the final rose.
Love develops atop the Hollywood Sign, Soulja Boy teams with Desiree and the Bachelors for a rockin' rap music video, and some of the men display their vulnerability in the race for roses.
Desiree confronts one man who is not there for the right reasons, an aggressive dodgeball group date sends someone to the ER, and a one-on-one goes from bad to worse.
The remaining Bachelors start their romantic global tour with Desiree in Atlantic City, where some of her hunky beaus will compete for the title of "The Bachelorette's Mr. America"
Desiree visits Europe for the first time and the competition is ratcheted up between the men as the discover another rascal in the midst.
Desiree's European trip is clouded with mystery and mistrust as the men clash in their attempt to reveal James' secret and no one is safe.
Desiree takes the final five men on a spectacular trip to Madeira Island, Portugal, as the crucial hometown dates loom.
Desiree returns to the U.S. to join the four remaining men in their hometowns, but she is falling in love with more than one man.
Memorable bachelors from this season return for a final confrontation with Desiree and each other.
The two-part season finale begins with Desiree sweeping the final three men to the tropical paradise of Antigua.
It's one of the most dramatic evenings on ABC with the culmination of the two-part season finale.