ABC released the first photo of The Bachelorette cast, posing Becca Kufrin, a Minnesota Native, with all of her handsome new suitors.
— People (@people) May 17, 2018
During the season 22 finale of The Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr. proposed to Becca during the final rose ceremony in Peru. Shortly after the show, Arie and Becca went to spend a “romanic” weekend together in Los Angeles, only for Arie to break up with her. On camera, Arie admitted that he was still in love with Becca’s former castmate and runner-up Lauren Burnham, to whom he is now engaged.
Arie and Lauren are apparently out of the norm for Bachelor couples because their travel lives are better after the show https://t.co/rqypGI0QgJ
— Carly Tefft (@carloochie) May 14, 2018
After her split, Kufrin told People Magazine, “He did get down on one knee, he did propose to me, he did say, ‘I’m committing to you, I choose you every day.’ That’s something that I only wanted to happen once in my life, and it’s been robbed from me and I can never have that one time moment again. And the second part is that he lied or hid his true feelings and emotions for weeks and weeks and weeks. The number one thing that I value in a relationship is honesty and loyalty, and I feel like I wasn’t given that.” Despite having her heart broken, Kufrin is looking for love again.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) May 16, 2018
Chris Harrison, the show’s host, revealed the 28 men competing for Becca’s heart this afternoon, during a Facebook Live announcement.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) May 17, 2018
And the fans? Twitter is having a field day.
— Jamie Blynn (@jamieblynn) May 17, 2018
— De Elizabeth (@deelizabeth_) May 17, 2018
— dago garcia (@tehdago) May 17, 2018
I have so much hate for Becca’s #TheBachelorette promos.
I NEVER want to hear the phrase “Let’s do the damn thing!” ever again.
— Tara Marron (@TaraKMarron) May 8, 2018
— Alicia H-R (@poor_choices) May 17, 2018
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