Crashing a group date is always a risky move on The Bachelorette, and unfortunately, Blake Moynes’ decision to do so earned him comparisons to one of the show’s most reviled contestants: Luke P. Despite his team losing Clare’s strip dodgeball game, Blake was determined to spend more time with Clare, so he showed up at the group date meant for the other guys in order to try and strengthen his bond with her.
“I’m just kind of going off what we talked about [on] night one, with breaking the rules and doing what you need to do,” Blake said, referencing the fact that he “broke the rules” by DMing Clare on Instagram before filming. “I’m here for you, and I’m going to these uncomfortable places internally to show you that.”
Blake’s decision — and the awkward confrontation with the other guys on the date that followed — gave fans flashbacks to Luke P., who crashed Hannah Brown’s final rose ceremony after she broke up with him during the fantasy suites dates in an attempt to win her back.
While Clare did eventually ask Blake to leave the date, his bold move worked out for him in the end. “I truthfully didn’t expect you to show up last night,” the Bachelorette explained before giving him a surprise rose during the cocktail party. “It was definitely a risk, and I hope it’s not an everyday thing, but it was something that I thought was amazing for you to do. I don’t want you to worry, and I…
Crashing a group date is always a risky move on The Bachelorette, and unfortunately, Blake Moynes’ decision to do so earned him comparisons to one of the show’s most reviled contestants: Luke P.
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