It’s getting down to the wire!
Three women did not get roses last night on The Bachelor — including Jacqueline, Seinne, and Bekah M. — who will unfortunately not get the opportunity to bring Arie Luyendyk Jr. home to meet their families.
Arie took both Becca K. and Lauren B. on individual one-on-one dates, during which he told both he was falling in love with them. His connection with Becca seems pretty obvious, but people are left confused by his relationship with Lauren. Regardless, he tells Lauren he’s “falling so deeply in love with you,” and refers to her family as his future family. Serious business.
On the third one-on-one, Arie failed to find a deep emotional connection with Seinne after the two spent the day being grilled by a local Italian family. She let him know that if he had opened up to her, maybe they would have progressed further. Honestly, she’s too good for him anyway.
Jacqueline left on her own accord after having “swirling doubts” about her relationship with Arie. Even though she was “outrageously attracted” to him, at the end of the day she wasn’t ready to introduce him to her family. Fair enough.
Finally, Arie took Tia, Kendall, and Bekah M. on a three-on-one date, where Tia’s claws came out and she told Arie that the 22-year-old Bekah wasn’t ready for serious commitment. Turns on the southern belle has a dark side…
Ultimately Arie eliminated Bekah, but we think she’s doing just fine as she’s making the press rounds — and even admitted she wished Peter Kraus had been ABC‘s leading man.
My interview with recently-eliminated missing person Bekah M! #TheBachelor #BachelorNation @BachelorABC @Whats_Ur_Sign_ pic.twitter.com/77mOMgTuZV
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 13, 2018
#TheBachelor‘s missing person mystery solved: Bekah M. @whats_ur_sign_ speaks out LIVE with @michaelstrahan about what really happened. pic.twitter.com/eJPOcNfrN3
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Good Morning America (@GMA) February 13, 2018
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