CLEVELAND, Ohio — Hudson will be in a spotlight on tonight’s part of “The Bachelor.”
Ben Higgins travels to a Summit County suburb for a hometown date with Caila Quinn, one of a 4 remaining women on a ABC existence show.
During a revisit — filmed final October — a integrate tours a Step2 bureau in Streetsboro, where they build a fondle house. Quinn’s father, Chris, is a fondle company’s CEO.
“Even in my wildest dreams, we didn’t consider holding Ben to this bureau would be this fun,” Caila says on an ABC.com video.
“Caila with a energy tool, a tough hat. we never suspicion we would find a fondle bureau sexy,” Ben says.
Ben and Caila make a fondle bureau sexy!https://t.co/CtAiguYDgD
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The integrate was also speckled during Caila’s alma mater, Western Reserve Academy, as good as a Open Door Coffee Co. in downtown Hudson, a Akron Beacon Journal reported.
The final stop: cooking with a parents, where Ben faces a normal inquire by her father.
What will their greeting be when she tells them she’s descending in love?
“I know Ben is a one and in know I’m going to marry him, and we know we’re going to have a happily after I’ve been looking for,” Caila says.
This isn’t a initial time “The Bachelor” has visited Northeast Ohio for hometown dates. ABC camera crews were here in 2003 and 2005 when Mentor local Jen Schefft appeared on “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.”
Hudson is one of 4 hometowns Ben visits in a episode. He also travels to Orange County, CA to accommodate Amanda and her daughters, Lauren B.’s hometown of Portland and Dallas, where JoJo is watchful for him.
Only 3 of a women will make it to a subsequent part and be invited to share a “Fantasy Suite” with Ben.