21 things that happened in the Bachelor finale that left fans confused

If you’re currently riding on a one-way ticket on the single train to the lonely city of Singleville, it may seem like love is way over the horizon, across the next state, straight across into the next country, and through the space-time continuum, with its final stop Mars. Indeed, finding love is hard enough – but keeping it is even harder. Luckily, those who struggle with dating apps, going on blind dates, or just hitting on someone in a club have another alternative to improve their love life… and this is where Chris Harrison comes into play. Of course, you could attempt to date Chris yourself, but we have a feeling he already has a fair few of the lay-deez waiting in line to go out for dinner with him. Instead, you could apply to be on the show that he famously narrates, The Bachelor. After 22 seasons, The Bachelor has matched up countless couples, and you could be one of them! However, you might want to cross your fingers that your happy ending doesn’t end in a flop just like the most recent The Bachelor final…

In March 2002, the world changed forever when ABC debuted a new show onto our screens. Hosted by Chris Harrison, this dating and relationship reality TV series has since become one of the most popular of its kind – not only in the United States but also across the world. In fact, it’s proved so popular that countries such as Australia, Brazil, Indonesia, Finland, Ukraine, Japan and more have created their own spin-off shows to enable their single citizens to find the loves of their lives. Yet, with 22 seasons under its belt, the U.S. version of the show is more popular than most – and it’s not hard to see why. Starting with one eligible bachelor, the show brings in a pool of around 25 lovely ladies or men… one of which will hopefully eventually become his husband or wife. However, it’s not as simple as that. With group dates, to one-on-one dates and more, the bachelor has to slowly eliminate all of the women who don’t float his boat in a dramatic and emotional rose-giving ceremony. When there are just two women left, the bachelor spends even more time with the ladies to get to know them and their families, which will aid his final decision. In the end, he will present his chosen partner-to-be with a single rose, and will often get down on one knee for an epic proposal in front of the cameras.

This is exactly what happened in season 22 of the show when Arie Luyendyk Jr. appeared on the show as the bachelor himself. After choosing Rebecca ‘Becca’ Kufrin as ‘the one’ – viewers were later allowed an unedited insight into life after The Bachelor when things took a slightly different turn that had fans screaming at their television screens and raising their hands in frustration. Yet, we’re pretty sure Lauren Burnham wasn’t quite as annoyed as we were. Here are the 20 shady things that happened in The Bachelor final that left fans confused…
[post_page_title]Arie’s family had a lot to say to Becca[/post_page_title]

One of the most exciting aspects of any Bachelor final is when you finally get down and dirty with the final two women. You get to learn even more about them, the bachelor himself gets to spend even more time with them – and he even gets the chance to show off his family to them. However, Arie Luyendyk’s family didn’t quite get the memo that they shouldn’t choose favorites between the two women that their son is dating at once, as it got a little awkward when Becca visited the Luyendyk family – and all they could talk about was Lauren. Oops.

Arie’s family had a lot to say to Becca

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