The next morning, Zora tells Mojo that this could be their last day there. In an interview, Mojo says that it's like your best friend is also your biggest competitor. Sarah tells Melissa that she'll definitely cry if she's eliminated. Zora puts on some sunglasses and jokes that she's going to wear them to the ceremony in case she starts to cry. Don't go giving Mojo any ideas. In an interview, Sarah says it's awkward because one of the women is going to leave. Yes, we all know how the show works. Can we move on? Sarah tells Melissa, "I hope Mojo goes next. I can't wait to see that [bleep] go down." Whoa. Where did that come from? Now I really want Sarah to win. And by "win," I really mean "lose." And by "lose," I mean "end up married to Evan." Evan and Paul walk outside and discuss the women. In an interview, Paul says that Evan was using him as a sounding board to figure out which woman to eliminate next. Zora says it's getting difficult and Melissa says it's a high-pressure situation.
The women enter the sitting room for the ceremony. Alex floats in wearing another of her ruffled skirt/jacket with peplum/ribbon at throat combos. She looks like a crow. I really, really need to know what her deal is. Please, if anyone who is reading this knows the truth, email me. Please. I'm begging you. It's killing me. As usual, Alex's speech is done almost entirely in voice-over so we don't know what she actually said at the time. Alex announces that three of the women will get a ruby necklace and "remain in this fairy tale," and one woman will be sent home. God, the editing in these ceremonies is so bad. They totally throw in reaction shots out of context. In an interview, Mojo says it's hard to sit in that room and wait to possibly be rejected. Melissa sings, "Another one bites the dust!" In an interview, Mojo says if she had to make a prediction, the only one she's heard had a bad date was Melissa.
Evan and Paul enter the room. In an interview, Evan says he tossed and turned a lot, because he's got to make a decision. Evan greets them and says, "Here we are." Yes, there they are. They are there. Get on with it. Evan says that he's had a great week and had fun on the dates, but one of them doesn't seem to be on his wavelength, so he hopes that person leaves understanding what happened and has a positive experience. What is he even talking about? I don't think he knows. He should just admit that he's picking the girl with the smallest boobs to leave.