Transcript for ‘Bachelor’ recap: The drama and tears behind dramatic goodbye
Now to the bachelor heating up last night. Tensions running high before a surprising exit and entrance. Will reeve is here with all of those details, never a shortage of drama, will. Reporter: Certainly not, Amy. Good morning, last night had it all. There were roses, there was fighting. Maneuvering for Matt's attention, there was a donkey, a romantic novel from Chris Harrison and a dramatic departure for real-life reason, a whole lot going on and spoke with the woman in the center of it all. Tears and drama dominated. Bachelor contestant Sarah continued to steal the show from fainting at the rose ceremony last week. To taking Matt away during the cocktail date drawing ire from the other women. Can I steal you for a second? Reporter: Getting her even more alone time with Matt. I opened up a lot about my family and shared some really vulnerable sides to me and so I think it was a little difficult because you're reminded it's not just you and Matt. It's also you and 30 other women. Reporter: Sarah stirred up a tempest on television. I just wanted to be like the bigger person and let you guys know I'm here and apologize. But you did it after the fact and that's -- Yeah, you should have -- The damage is already done. I'm so angry, so upset. I don't want to lose you. Reporter: Finally making the decision to leave the show. Her terminally ill father at home. I've thought about it and like I just felt really called to be with my family. I had to think about, you know, what were my priorities in the moment and for me it was difficult to be in that environment knowing that I had such heavy things weighing on me back at home. I don't have any regrets. Reporter: With Sarah gone, new competition. No! Oh, my gosh. There are five new girls. Five new women set to enter next week. That will surely stir things up, Amy. More drama coming your way. I love your enthusiasm, will. It's catchy. All right. "The bachelor" airs Monday nights at:00 right here on ABC.
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