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The saddest person over Gia Allemand's ousting on Monday's The Bachelor Pad: Wes Hayden.

Before Gia -- a 26-year-old New York-based swimsuit model -- was eliminated, she got cozy with Wes, 33, even though she had a man back home.

Oddly, she backed out of the show's kissing competition because of her commitment to her guy back home, but she had no problem sleeping in bed with Hayden, a country singer, who even performed a few songs for her.

"He's like the modern day Shakespeare," Gia gushed. "I have my honey at home ... I never expected to meet someone so amazing. I am a confused girl, that's what I am."

"I didn't come to to the house looking to fall in love," Wes later admitted. "I'll do anything it takes for Gia to stay in the game."

He tried to urge the other guys to vote off contestant Elizabeth Kitt. He threatened Jesse Kovacs that if he didn't vote off rumored fling Elizabeth, 30, he'd be eliminated next because no one in the house wants couples on the show.

In the end, Gia and Elizabeth tied -- and David Good (who got to break the tie because he won the kissing competition earlier in the show) asked Gia to pack her bags.

In tears, Gia whispered to Wes, "I can't look at you. Don't make me cry ... I love you."

Hurting, Wes told cameraman, "My heart just sunk. Somebody went home that didn't deserve to. We were already falling for each other."

Had she stayed, Gia insisted, "I would've told Wes how I felt. I don't think Wes knows how I feel. The money, it's not everything. I am an emotional wreck right now."