'The Bachelorette' Finale: Who Did Becca Kufrin Choose?

'The Bachelorette' Finale: Who Did Becca Kufrin Choose?

And so it played out with Garrett and Blake. He cried talking to Becca's uncle Chuck, recalling relatives who had cancer while discussing the death of Becca's father.

Ugh! Poor Blake. It appears that he really WAS in love with Becca. He talked about how he's trying to grow from this experience, said he's reconsidering his actions, and then added the only thing that comes anywhere close to a political comment: "When I was "liking" things, it was going against what she stands for".

Becca loves two people and thanks to Neil Lane parachuting into the Maldives, both those men have giant engagement rings tucked into their pockets just in case she lets them propose to her. "It would be the hardest thing I'd do", Blake admitted to People. From the way ABC edited the two family visits, Blake was the clear victor in the clubhouse, and Becca even admitted to the camera that a relationship with Garrett "would be a bigger risk".

And there might be hope for the much-loved grocery store owner after-all, with Bachelor alum Bibiana Julian showing her keen interest in him. "I was confused and angry and all the emotions you go through a heartbreak with", she said to "People".

She finally has her wish with Yrigoyen. He was the most confident going into the proposal. As he started his proposal speech, Kufrin instead said her final goodbye. Garrett might believe in some bad stuff, The Bachelorette told us, but the important thing is that Becca still loves him.

"But I feel like she knew who I was as a person, and that I didn't stand by those likes; and that I was a better person than I was presenting on my social media", Garrett said. Blake was left heartbroken when Becca dumped him during the August 6 finale of The Bachelorette. Many franchise fans wonder if Blake now becomes the frontrunner to be the 2019 Bachelor lead, but he has some stiff competition.

Becca unleashed one of the most baffling explanations for a breakup in television history. He also said that he wants to make her smile for the rest of their lives.

When Colton arrives, date card in hand, Tia says to the camera that all her old feelings for him have come rushing back, and that she's excited "to have this conversation that I've been waiting on".

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"I was #TeamGarrett until he said the Parkland victims were crisis actors".

Kufrin said she grieved after the public break-up.

Uncle Chuck thinks Garrett has a really "beautiful soul" and is a "poet".

He was sent home by Bachelorette Becca Kufrin on night one for being "too nervous". And we're not sure what made her pick Garrett, but in the coming weeks we'll find out if they have a shot at making it tot he altar.

Since he was still on the show as it was airing at the time, he couldn't give any interviews defending himself, so Becca had to do it for him.

There are no wedding plans yet, but they're spending time in each other's cities (Minneapolis and Reno) and planning to move in together, possibly in California.

The season premiere of "Bachelor in Paradise" airs at 8 p.m. ET tonight on ABC.

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