The Bachelor (American season 14)

The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love is the fourteenth season of ABC reality television series The Bachelor. The season premiere aired on January 4, 2010. The show features 31-year-old Jake Pavelka, a pilot from Dallas, Texas, courting 25 women.

The Bachelor
Season 14
Promotional poster
StarringJake Pavelka
Presented byChris Harrison
No. of contestants25
WinnerVienna Girardi
Runner-upTenley Molzahn
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes10 (including 2 specials)
Original networkABC
Original releaseJanuary 4 (2010-01-04) –
March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)
Additional information
Filming datesOctober 16 (2009-10-16) –
November 26, 2009 (2009-11-26)
Season chronology
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List of episodes

Pavelka finished in seventh place on season 5 of The Bachelorette featuring Jillian Harris. It is the first season of The Bachelor to be broadcast in high definition. The season concluded on March 1, 2010, with Pavelka choosing to propose to 23-year-old marketing rep Vienna Girardi. The couple ended their engagement in June 2010.

Contestants Edit

Jake Pavelka and then-fiancée Vienna Girardi in the premiere of World of Color at Disney California Adventure Park in 2010

Biographical information according to ABC official series site, plus footnoted additions

Name Age Hometown Occupation Outcome Place
Vienna Girardi[1] 23 Geneva, Florida Marketing Representative Winner 1
Tenley Molzahn[2] 25 Newberg, Oregon College Admissions Runner-Up 2
Gia Allemand[3] 26 Manorville, New York Swimsuit Model Week 7 3
Ali Fedotowsky[4][3] 25 Williamstown, Massachusetts Advertising Account Manager Week 6 4 (quit)
Corrie Adamson 23 Kissimmee, Florida Wardrobe Consultant Week 5 5
Ashleigh Hunt[4] 25 North Potomac, Maryland Account Manager Week 4 6–7
Jessica "Jessie" Sulidis[4] 25 Oakville, Ontario Cosmetic Sales Manager
Kathryn Sherlock[5] 25 Lexington, Kentucky Corporate Flight Attendant 8
Ella Nolan[4][3] 30 La Follette, Tennessee Hair Stylist 9
Elizabeth Kitt (NE)[3] 29 Imperial, Nebraska Nanny Week 3 10–11
Valishia Savage[6] 32 San Bernardino, California Homemaker
Michelle Kujawa[3] 26 Anaheim, California Office Manager 12
Ashley Elmore[7] 29 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Teacher Week 2 13–14
Christina McCasland[8] 25 Encinitas, California Restaurant Manager
Rozlyn Papa[3] 28 Richmond, Virginia Model/Make-Up Artist 15 (DQ)
Alexa "Lex" McAllister[9] 25 Galloway, Ohio Entrepreneur Week 1 16–25
Caitlyn McCabe[10] 24 Winfield, Illinois Spokesmodel
Channy Choch[11] 29 Santa Rosa, California Mortgage Loan Officer
Elizabeth Kreft (D.C.)[12] 29 Union, Kentucky Captain, Air National Guard
Emily Harkins[9] 23 West Chester, Ohio Fit Model
Kimberly Sullivan[13] 24 Norman, Oklahoma NBA Dancer
Kirsten Pittman[14] 25 Aurora, Colorado Waitress
Sheila Lidner 25 Scottsdale, Arizona Commercial Pilot
Stephanie Mueller[13] 24 Morris, Illinois Dance Teacher
Tiana Kruzel[15] 31 Calgary, Alberta Medical Technician

Future appearances Edit

Dancing with the Stars Edit

Pavelka competed in the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars. He partnered with Chelsie Hightower and finished in 7th place.

The Bachelorette Edit

Ali Fedotowsky was chosen as the bachelorette for the sixth season of The Bachelorette.

Bachelor Pad Edit

Runner-up Tenley Molzahn, along with contestants Gia Allemand, Ashley Elmore, Elizabeth Kitt, Michelle Kujawa and Jessie Sulidis, returned for the inaugural season of Bachelor Pad. Kujawa was eliminated in week 1, Sulidis in week 2, Allemand in week 3, and Elmore in week 5. Kitt and her partner, Jesse Kovacs, were eliminated at the beginning of week 6, finishing in 3rd place. Molzahn and her partner, Kiptyn Locke, were eliminated at the end of week 6, finishing as the runners-up.

Pavelka, Allemand, Vienna Girardi, and Ella Nolan, returned for the second season of Bachelor Pad. Allemand quit in week 2, and Pavelka was eliminated in week 3. Nolan and her partner, Kirk DeWindt, were eliminated at the beginning of week 6, finishing in 4th place. Girardi and her partner, Kasey Kahl, were eliminated at the end of week 6, finishing in 3rd place.

Bachelor in Paradise Edit

Season 1

Kujawa returned for the inaugural season of Bachelor in Paradise. She quit in week 1.

Season 2

Molzahn returned for the second season of Paradise. She broke up with Joshua Albers in week 6.

Other appearances Edit

Outside of the Bachelor Nation franchise, Molzahn and Kujawa appeared as contestants in the Bachelors vs. Bachelorettes special on the season 7 of Wipeout.

Call-out order Edit

Order Bachelorettes Week
1 2 3 4 5 6[a] 7 8
1 Rozlyn Tenley Ali Vienna Gia Tenley Gia
Tenley Vienna
2 Emily Ella Elizabeth (NE) Ella Tenley Ali Vienna Tenley
3 Ali Elizabeth (NE) Vienna Gia Ali Gia Gia
4 Jessie Ali Gia Corrie Corrie Vienna
5 Tenley Vienna Tenley Tenley Vienna Corrie
6 Ella Christina Ella Ali Ashleigh H.
7 Kathryn Gia Valishia Jessie
8 Caitlyn Ashley E. Corrie Kathryn Kathryn
9 Elizabeth (D.C.) Rozlyn Jessie Ashleigh H. Ella
10 Alexa Jessie Ashleigh H. Elizabeth (NE)
11 Vienna Corrie Michelle
12 Corrie Valishia Kathryn Michelle
13 Kimberly Ashleigh H. Ashley E.
14 Valishia Kathryn
15 Gia Michelle Rozlyn[b]
16 Elizabeth (NE) Alexa
Elizabeth (D.C.)
17 Channy
18 Ashley E.
19 Tiana
20 Christina
21 Ashleigh H.
22 Kirsten
23 Stephanie
24 Sheila
25 Michelle
  The contestant received the first impression rose
  The contestant received a rose during the date
  The contestant was eliminated
  The contestant was eliminated during the date
  The contestant quit the competition
  The contestant received a rose during the date but disqualified from the competition
  The contestant moved on to the next week by default
  The previously eliminated contestant asked for a chance to return the competition but denied
  The contestant won the competition
  1. ^ In week 6, Ali decided to quit the competition, cancelling the upcoming rose ceremony. The remaining three contestants are listed in alphabetical order.
  2. ^ Rozlyn was disqualified for having an inappropriate relationship with a show's producer.

Episodes Edit

No. in
TitleOriginal air dateProd.
U.S. viewers
1191"Week 1"January 4, 2010 (2010-01-04)14019.54[16]3.3/8[17]
There were no dates during the first week. Jake starts his quest for finding love in Los Angeles. Memorable moments include Ashley's stewardess costume. Jillian and Ed of The Bachelorette came to the mansion prior to the rose ceremony answering questions for the ladies. Tenley received the first impression rose and 10 ladies were sent home in the first rose ceremony.
1202"Week 2"January 11, 2010 (2010-01-11)140210.50[16]3.6/9[17]

Group date: Corrie, Christina, Valishia, Gia, Rozlyn, and Ashleigh. They took part in an InStyle magazine photo shoot. At the party, they were sent to Shangri-La Hotel in Santa Monica. Rozlyn receives a rose.

One-on-one date: Ali. Jake takes her in a private airplane to Palm Springs and drives them to an open field having a dinner and dancing to music performed by Chicago. She receives a rose.

Group date: Elizabeth (NE), Vienna, Ashley, Kathryn, and Jessie. The night before the date, Michelle threatened to leave the mansion since her name has not been on the date list, displaying bad behavior and she got very upset. The next day, they were taken to Six Flags Magic Mountain to have their fun at the amusement park. Elizabeth (NE) got a rose and watched fireworks with Jake.

Other developments: In the middle of the cocktail party, Chris asks Rozlyn to talk outside. It was brought to Chris's attention that Rozlyn had an inappropriate relationship with one of the show's staffers and told her the staffer has been fired. The remainder of the cocktail party was cut short, ending during Jake's conversation with Christina. Rozlyn gives her rose back with only now two safe roses (Ali and Elizabeth (NE)). During "The Women Tell All" episode, she explained that she had trouble contacting her child and the staffer had supported her and allowed her to use his phone.
1213"Week 3"January 18, 2010 (2010-01-18)140310.66[16]3.8/9[17]

One-on-one date: Vienna. They take on a helicopter to San Gabriel Mountains for a bungee jump off the bridge. She receives a rose.

Group date: Corrie, Elizabeth (NE), Ali, Jessie, Michelle, Ashleigh, Tenley and Kathryn. They visit the comedy club in Hollywood. Jon Lovitz is asked to perform for the Bachelorettes a stand up comedy routine. Michelle is eliminated before the date is over, Jake not agreeing that her behavior wasn't acceptable.

One-on-one date: Ella. They go on a helicopter ride San Diego SeaWorld and she receives a pleasant surprise – her son, because Ella celebrated her birthday. Jake, Ella and her son spend the day together. She receives a rose.

Cocktail party: All of the ladies. Elizabeth (NE) backstabbed Vienna her see a rose being given during a 1 on 1 date.
1224"Week 4"January 25, 2010 (2010-01-25)140411.47[16]3.9/10[17]

At the start of the episode, Chris Harrison tells the remaining ladies that they will be living in RV for their trip across the coast.

One-on-one date: Gia. They are taken to a beautiful winery in Santa Ynez. She receives a rose.

Group date: Corrie, Ali, Ashleigh, Jessie, Tenley and Vienna. They traveled to Pismo Beach for a wild day of dune buggying and sandsurfing. Jake talks Tenley about her relationship with her ex-husband and she receives the rose.

Two-on-one date: Ella and Kathryn. They take travel to Big Sur for an outdoor dinner. Neither got a rose and both of them were sent home, this has been the first time in The Bachelor history that no one receives a rose during a two-on-one date.

Other developments: The rose ceremony's location at Villa Montalvo in Saratoga. Jake has a shocking difficult decision to eliminate only one person after already eliminated two people during a two-on-one date. Like the previous season, the Bachelorette eliminated two people at the rose ceremony instead of one with one rose taken away. As a result, the leading man eliminated Jessie and Ashleigh with Vienna given the last rose.

1235"Week 5"February 1, 2010 (2010-02-01)140511.73[16]4.1/10[17]

One-on-one date: Tenley. They went to Chinatown, and wrote messages on fortune cookies. Then, they had dinner at the top of Coit Tower. Tenley made it clear that she had traditional values about marriage and that she had only slept with her ex-husband. Tenley's previous marriage was obviously still affecting her during this date.

Two-on-one date: Gia and Vienna. They went to Castello di Amorosa in Napa Valley for an overnight stay and they had dinner together. After they went to their separate rooms, Vienna snuck into Jake's room to spend some extra time with him.

One-on-one date: Corrie. They went to Golden Gate Park and California Academy of Sciences. Jake discovered that Corrie was a virgin.

One-on-one date: Ali. Since Ali was from San Francisco took charge and she showed him the entire city of San Francisco.

1246"Week 6"February 8, 2010 (2010-02-08)140612.35[16]4.1/10[17]

  • Located in: Hometowns (dates) and Los Angeles (rose ceremony)

Hometown Visits: Gia – New York, New York; Ali – Williamstown, Massachusetts; Tenley – Newberg, Oregon; Vienna – Sanford, Florida.

Gia and Jake toured New York City where they look pictures of sight-seeing locations together, including the Statue of Liberty and modeling poses. Ali and Jake visited her deceased grandmother's home. Tenley took Jake to the dance academy where she first learned how to dance. Vienna and Jake took a boat ride on a swampy river.

At the turn of the dramatic events, there was no rose ceremony and Ali left the competition early so she would not lose her job.

1257"Week 7"February 15, 2010 (2010-02-15)[a]140711.53[16]4.1/10[17]

Jake spends a night in the 'fantasy suite' with each of the final three contestants. Presumably he has intercourse with each of them which may have made it difficult for viewers to maintain friendly feelings towards Jake (especially as he asks Gia to leave at the rose ceremony and Tenley had only ever slept with her ex-husband). Gia and Jake go to a groove on Saint Lucia streets, Tenley and Jake took a helicopter ride on overlooking the island and have a plunge. Vienna and Jake rode a ship famously from Pirates of the Caribbean film series. Before the rose ceremony, Ali received a phone call and asked Jake to give another chance with him and Jake declined the offer. At the rose ceremony, Jake gives the roses to Tenley and Vienna, eliminating Gia.

1268"The Women Tell All"February 22, 2010 (2010-02-22)[a]N/A11.27[16]3.9/10[17]
1279"Week 8"March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)140815.15[16]5.3/14[17]

Jake introduces Tenley and Vienna to his family at Jalousie Bay, they meet with Jake's parents, two brothers and sisters-in-law. Having only one last chance date to select one to be his wife. Jake's family likes Vienna, with his mom and sisters-in-law, both approving of Tenley and Vienna. Jake and Vienna frolick in the mud at the hot springs. While Jake and Tenley snorkeled on a charter boat. Jake comes to his decision: he selects Vienna, leaving Tenley heartbroken.

12810"After the Final Rose"March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)N/A13.91[16]5.3/14[17]

Post-show Edit

After the Final Rose Edit

This is the special episode which airs after every finale. In season 14's segment, Jake told Chris Harrison about Bachelor Pad, Ali was chosen as the next bachelorette in the sixth season of The Bachelorette. Jake and Vienna were seen in a public appearance as a couple, Jeffrey Osborne sang "On the Wings of Love" at the closing of the show.

In June 2010, several months after their engagement, it was announced that Jake and Vienna Girardi had split.[18]

Deaths Edit

Gia Allemand Edit

On August 14, 2013, third-place contestant Gia Allemand died after a reported suicide attempt. Several contestants as well as Pavelka expressed their condolences via Twitter, with Pavelka saying, "I am in complete shock and devastated to hear the news about Gia. She was one of the sweetest people I have ever known. And a very dear friend. My heart goes out to her family during this very difficult time. We have lost an angel today. I miss you Gia...".[19][20][21]

Alexa McAllister Edit

On 16 February 2016, Alexa (Lex) McAllister died after an apparent suicide attempt in Columbus, Ohio, as reported by TMZ. Per E!News, the local police said that on 13 February they'd received a call in which it was claimed that McAllister had overdosed on prescription drugs. While McAllister was in a stable condition on her way to Grant Medical Center, then E!News got access to a police report, which stated that she had taken "a lot" of pills. Her family took her off life support after her health began to deteriorate. McAllister was 31.[22][23] Pavelka tweeted his condolences on Twitter, "I'm so sad to hear about Alexa. Such a beautiful girl. My heart breaks for her family. Covering them in prayer during this rough time".[24]

Jake Pavelka Edit

Jake Pavelka grew up in Denton, Texas, and attended University of North Texas and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. In his free time, he takes dancing lessons, woodworking, and has fun flying acrobatic planes and he is also a former child actor. Pavelka is an airline pilot, and took his first flying lessons at 12 years old. He also became a certified flight instructor when he was 23 years old.[25]

Pavelka became a member of an ABC reality show for the third time when he appeared as a celebrity contestant on the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars, partnered with Chelsie Hightower he was the fifth competitor eliminated on April 27, 2010.

Notes Edit

  1. ^ a b Week 7 and Week 8: The Women Tell All were aired during the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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