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The Bachelor 2012: Top 3 Girls Selected

Our Jewish Bachelor, Nathaniel, has selected his top 3 choices. Meet Ilona, Tania, and Mel!

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: July 30th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

The Bachelor 2012: Top 3 Girls Selected


The Bachelor 2012: Tall, Dark & Jewish has been an exhilarating and emotional rollercoaster since its’ launch! Women have been eliminated. Romantic dates have been enjoyed. More women were eliminated, and sadly hearts were broken.

Let’s get you up to speed. Many hopefuls submitted their applications online. Although there were dozens of incredible girls, Nathaniel and matchmaker, Alison Green, had to narrow the pool down to only 6.

Nathaniel went on a lovely dinner date with each of the 6 girls and had a wonderful and unique experience with all of them, which made it extremely difficult to narrow it down to our current Top 3.

Nathaniel looks forward to spending more time with Ilona, Tania, and Mel on their upcoming “activity” dates.

Shalom Life and UJA’s Community Connect would now like to introduce you to the lucky girls!

Remember though… after these three dates, Nathaniel will be forced to narrow 3 down to 2, and eventually 1. The dating world can be harsh, but in the end our Bachelor and the woman he ultimately chooses will go on an intimate “get-to-know-each-other” trip to Israel, courtesy of Shalom Life and El Al Airlines.

Now, let’s get to the girls!

Meet Ilona on the next page!

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