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I can't imagine being this into the series "The Bachelor" but for those in Kirkland, Washington, you can watch Kirkland native and single dad Jason Mesnick try to find love in style. The Heathman Hotel in Kirkland offers a one night package that is available for each Monday throughout the season (which begins January 5). The package is for 12 people, or as the press release puts it, "a hostess and eleven of her closest friends." The package includes a private viewing party for up to 12 and one night lodging for four, in the Heathman Kirkland's 1164 square foot Owner's Suite, which has a living room complete with a two-sided fireplace, wet bar, 3 HD TVs and a dining room. Watchers will be provided with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, red roses and sparkling wine, voting ballots and the latest issues of US Weekly and People. Your price for bad television and snacks? $1200. I'm not sure it would be worth it even if Mesnick himself was there feeding you grapes.
If you watched the last season of the Bachelor, the one with the non-Italian prince and the gorgeous Roman backdrop, then you probably caught Erica Rose, the self-proclaimed socialite from Texas. The Paris-Hilton knock-off spent the entire time complaining about the accommodations and prancing around wearing a tiara. Now Erica Rose is taking that 15 minutes of fame (probably more like 5 minutes considering it was just The Bachelor) and selling a new line of tiaras. The line of gold, platinum, pearl and gemstone tiaras is called T-Erica and will debut in late January.
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