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▷ The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 7 Release Date, Time, and Spoilers

Episode 6 of The Bachelorette Season 18 hosted a group of kids who gave their opinion on who they think deserves Michelle. Clayton took this opportunity to impress the kids and win Michelle over, but while the other men are around it will be difficult for either of them to get their full attention. All the men who have made it so far are able to knock Michelle off her socks, so the final episode was more or less grueling for the Bachelorette. You can find out more about this in the summary that we have made available to you. Now, let’s get into the details of episode 7 of the season!

The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 7 Release Date

Season 18 episode 7 of The Bachelorette will air November 30, 2021 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The show usually follows a weekly release pattern, with new episodes appearing every Tuesday at the specified time.

Where to Stream The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 7 Online?

The easiest, most practical way to watch The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 7 is on the ABC Channel through a standard cable subscription at the time noted above. However, you can also use the same Cable ID number and log into ABC’s official website to stream the episode as soon as it is released, or simply select Live TV on the ABC app.

If even that is not practical for you, you can always use online platforms such as FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTubeTV, DirecTV and Xfinity To fall back on. The episode will be available for streaming on Hulu the next day, and you can watch it here. You can also have them on demand Google play, Microsoft Store, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video and Vudu watch.

The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 7 Spoilers

The seventh episode of season 18 kicks off a series of hometown dates in which the last four men vie for Michelle’s love. However, the journey will have its own ups and downs, although the connections are incredibly strong, as Michelle says. In the coming episode, we can expect a prom date, an intimate conversation on a boat trip, an in-depth meeting with concerned parents, and other exciting activities. Michelle will end up having a hard time deciding who to take.

The Bachelorette Season 18 Episode 6 Recap

In season 18 episode 6, the four kids Luke, Kelsey, Ahmed and Jayleen scrutinized the remaining men and used their instincts to decide who deserves Michelle. Kelsey chose Nayte and expressed her disapproval for Martin, while Ahmed preferred Rodney. In order to look good with the children, Clayton tried to win them over by building a pillow castle. On his first single date with Michelle, Clayton confessed his deepest feelings for her. However, as much as she liked him as a person, Michelle felt that something was missing in their relationship.

The group date began with Rick, Rodney, Nayte, Joe, Martin, and Olu meeting Michelle at a spectacular local dairy farm. Joe won the churn-off competition as well as the milk competition.
At the cocktail party that followed, Michelle prepared for her final group date with the men and advised them to open up as this would be their last chance to impress them. Nayte took her suggestion to heart and revealed his unique family situation.

Joe also tried to impress Michelle by being nice to the calves because his grandparents owned a dairy farm! Rodney shared a kiss with Michelle while Rick got just one hug. Martin eventually disappointed Michelle with his reserved views and was sent home. Ultimately, Nayte got the rose for the group date and the last date of the week went to Brandon. Michelle took Brandon to her childhood home, where he asked her parents for their daughter’s hand. At the end of the episode, the last four men were Nayte, Brandon, Joe and Rodney, as Olu and Rick were out.

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