Fans watched on Tuesday's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose as Luyendyk got down on one knee and proposed to Burnham, his runner-up on the show. The show featured an excruciating 40-minute unedited scene of Kufrin, 27, weeping as he explained he could not stop thinking about Burnham.
Needless to say, it was one goof too many for Christensen - and Kufrin's home state. When taking in the shocking finale on March 5, Minnesota representative Drew Christensen tweeted: "If I get a thousand retweets I'll author a bill banning Arie from Minnesota".
Christensen's challenge surpassed his expectation, receiving almost 12,000 retweets by the time he signed the bill. It all worked out for Becca, because she's next season's Bachelorette. "I think the pressure of this, the pressure of being the bachelor, knowing that there's a timeline, and having to make that decision on that day".
The newly-single Becca wasted no time getting back on the horse after that conversation, as she met her first five suitors for the next season of The Bachelorette - and an actual horse.
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Though Luyendyk said he had expressed his doubts with Kufrin, he said he didn't let her know to the extent he should have. January 2018: Caroline found out about Arie's intentions to call off his engagement through the Bachelor grapevine.
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Kufrin, who has had a few weeks to deal with the shock of being dumped on national television during what she thought would be a romantic weekend, said she is now ready to move on, and forgives her ex. And she says that she's in good hands, which is ironic, because it didn't feel like that last night. "It's scripted and you guys made him do this and made him do that, '" he said. "I am confident in [him]. I could tell that he was emotional, but there wasn't tears on his end", she said in the interview.
Did former "Bachelorette" star Emily Maynard of Charlotte shade current Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. on Instagram?
In October, Stempfley revealed her suspicion that Luyendyk had been unfaithful during their relationship, telling the website Betches. Wednesday, he issued his invite to Kufrin via Twitter.
He believes "you can't just show the pretty parts" when it comes to relationships.
Could the same be said of some of the reaction to his "Bachelor" tweets?
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