The Bachelorette is well underway with Season 10, starring the beautiful Andi Dorfman. While the Bachelor finale was just over a week ago, the show’s younger sibling has already filmed two episodes, including the first night’s awkwardness and the first week of dates. And according to Reality Steve, one of those dates is pretty wild!

ABC let fans in on the action, when it opened the doors to ladies who wanted to get crazy for a cause. The show’s Bachelor Gives Back event went down on March 15, and it was also the setting for the first group date, at OHM Nightclub on Hollywood and Highland. Spoiler king Steve refers to the date as “Magic Mike” themed, and for good reason, since it seems the 14 guys on the date stripped to their skivvies.

Not unlike that time Desiree Hartsock took her boys to Atlantic City for the Mr. America pageant, Andi’s making even quicker work of seeing what these boys are working with. Steve revealed that the guys were broken up into three groups of four guys, with themes of cowboys, firemen, and army men; the two leftover guys did solo dances, one as a pilot, the other as a robot. (Anyone else singing “one of these things is not like the others” in their head? You’re not alone.)

Andi’s show BFFs Sharleen Joynt and Kelly Travis took front row seats alongside the Bachelorette, because it was for charity, of course. Word on the street is that the audience tucked dollar bills into the guys’ undergarb when they ventured into the crowd, and all the money went to help the less fortunate (read: everyone who wasn’t in the audience to tuck money into their underwear).

So, who was on the date? While Steve has already revealed eight of Andi’s 25 guys, he’s not ready to tell. One thing we do know is that Eric Hill was absent from the festivities, since he was the lucky recipient of Andi's first 1-on-1 date.

What do you think of the strip show as the first group date? Should she have chosen an activity that would’ve shown more than just the guys’ bodies? Weigh in below!

Source: Reality Steve


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