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Ali Fedotowsky left 'The Bachelor' to go back to work.

Williamstown's Ali Fedotowsky took a powder on Monday night, ending the latest Berkshire connection to reality TV.  She stayed long enough, however, to get Williamstown some screen time when her bachelor stopped at the Village Beautiful to meet family

While the iBerkshires staff didn't get a chance to watch the almost-rose ceremony (working on real news, not reality news), we hear she ended her run on "The Bachelor" on her own terms.  Well, in a manner of speaking anyway.

Tim Gunn tells Pamela Ptak to pack up her stuff.

The advertising accounts manager was reportedly told to get back to work by her boss (great advertising there, FACEBOOK). With Bachelor Jake unable (because of his network contract) or unwilling (because, hey, magic phone) to pledge his troth with four potential brides left, Ali took the high road back to San Fran.

Fedotowsky's decision may have been forced by circumstance; Pamela Ptak's auffing from "Project Runway" a couple weeks ago was forced by her decision to turn a potato sack - into denim.

The judges liked the blue coloring of her strapless dress but were less than whelmed by its plain blue-jeans style. The Pittsfield native ended up being the second designer "out."

Color us disappointed. We were rooting for Ptak to go further. But you can see some of what might have been at www.pamelaptak.com.


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