'The Bachelor' finale recap: Lauren forgives Arie, Becca becomes 'The Bachelorette'

She already knows that Arie broke up with Becca, but even in her excitement, she's not super down with the idea of getting back together because she got broken up with, too. "We've had a lot of conversations about it, and I know he won't change his mind again". Turns out that Christensen, 24, a lifelong Savage resident, knew of Kufrin, 27, when they both attended Prior Lake High School.

Arie has also been defending his decision to televise the breakup in full and unedited, tying his decision to Becca being named the next Bachelorette.

Another former girlfriend, "Bachelor" victor Courtney Robertson, said she discovered Luyendyk had been seeing another woman the entire time they dated in 2012, the Daily Mail reported, citing Roberton's book "I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain". Becca, Lauren and Arie will all return for one last ABC appearance on the live "Women Tell All" segment on Tuesday night.

"I never did anything out of malice and I always wanted the best for the relationship that I was in (with Kufrin)", Luyendyk 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". Becca said. "I mean, it's a huge moment in your life and my life and everyone's life".

"If either of us is struggling we come to each other and try to make light of any kind of hate we get". "I think filming the breakup was important because I wanted everyone to know that that breakup was on me and that I made a mistake". I understand that it's a very high-pressure situation.

"I thought it was a little much", Christensen said.

And then he added a new reason: "It's also thinking about Becca".

After all, "The Bachelor" star humiliated a native of the state in front of millions of the ABC show's viewers. During an interview with ET on Monday, the former Bachelor slammed the way Luyendyk handled his finale, explaining that he shouldn't have proposed in the first place.

  • Kyle Peterson