A Minnesota politician wants to ban The Bachelor's Arie Luyendyk, Jr. from his state after Arie broke up with his constituent, Minnesota native Becca Kufrin during the show's drama-filled finale. It all worked out for Becca, because she's next season's Bachelorette. The controversial pair, whose relationship garners public's attention following the most dramatic "The Bachelor" season finale, reveal that they have planned to get married this year. "I'm happy that she's going to be able to find love through the show". "We've had a lot of conversations about [him leaving Kufrin], and I trust him and I don't think that he would have taken such a huge risk and faced all of this backlash if he wasn't really serious about this decision". "Arie ... Not Okay, Just Leave", said one of the billboards. She eventually admits that the hard part is that she'll never have that first proposal and engagement again.
Becca, who said she was in love with Arie, is back on the dating scene and she is "ready" for another relationship.
And then he added a new reason: "It's also thinking about Becca".
"And I wanted her that opportunity, honestly, I wanted her that opportunity to be the potential Bachelorette", he said. He admits that he chose Becca because he thought she'd be a good wife, but wives aren't area rugs.
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Kufrin said that she now has closure and believes it will just lead "to bigger and better things" - like being named the newest Bachelorette.
It wasn't the kind of "I do" she had hoped for, though. In tweets Jones has since deleted, she said he claims to be the "hopeless romantic" who "forever cheats and does despicable wrongs to women", the website said.
In a real life situation that nearly echoed in this week's finale, Roberson wrote, "He'd often see both of us on the same day". It was worth risking getting hurt again to see where it could go. She also stays in touch with her fan base with her popular podcast, Off the Vine. He said Harshman told him, "When you come home, I won't be here".
No matter how much people say they hate it, they will still tune in to watch "The Bachelor".