Luyendyk then turned around and dumped Kufrin a few weeks later because he said he still had feelings for Burnham, 26. And she says that she's in good hands, which is ironic, because it didn't feel like that last night. "But at this point, it's like, anything I ask him, will I get a true answer?" she added. "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". "It was my fault and I felt like filming that would let people know that, that if there were any questions on the breakup, that those would be squashed if they saw the breakup".
On Monday's season finale, the "car hunk" with the charisma and kissing sounds of a human straw proposed to Becca K., only to break it off two months later in an excruciating scene filmed for our enjoyment. Not to mention, even politicians are standing by Becca, as Minnesota Representative Drew Christensen authored a bill banning Arie from the state. "I'm happy that she's going to be able to find love through the show". I hope I gave her that closure.
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"It was like a slap in the face", she told People magazine.
His message got 20,000 retweets - and on Wednesday Christensen shared images of the bill, calling for "a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk Jr".
Back from whence you came, demon!
Well said, Chris. And now, we get to see Becca find her happily ever after on The Bachelorette, so isn't she the real victor in the end? Still, it's amusing that after all this hubbub about Lauren being Arie's second choice, that it's actually Arie who might be the rebound man.
To make matters worse, Luyendyk Jr.'s cringeworthy dumping of Kufrin took place in front of a CAMERA CREW.
Becca won't have to dwell much longer on Arie's new relationship, though. "It would have happened regardless".