The Bachelor: Arie Luyendyk Jr. Tells 2 Women He’s ‘Falling’ for Them Ahead of Hometown Dates


On Monday’s episode of The Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr. tells not one, but two women that he’s falling for them — which proves he’s learned absolutely nothing from Ben Higgins.

ONE-ON-ONE WITH BECCA K.

With seven women left and three to send packing before hometowns, Arie decides to switch the format up: Instead of a couple of dates followed by a rose ceremony, this week is all dates — three one-on-ones and one group date — with roses up for grabs on each outing

The first one-on-one in Tuscany goes to Becca K. Becca was the very first contestant to score a one-on-one this season, which means we haven’t seen too much of her since then — but still, she remains one of the most likable, and her connection with Arie seems the most natural.

Arie and Becca spend the day exploring the town of Barga. They feast on bread and cheese and make out under the Tuscan sun, and it’s really quite magical. Later that night, they discuss what her hometown date would look like, and she confesses that she’s falling for Arie and can really see a future with him. Arie, surprisingly, says it right back — earning Becca the very first confirmed hometown date.

JACQUELINE SAYS GOODBYE

While sparks were flying between Becca and Arie, one contestant was moving in the opposite direction: Jacqueline, who confesses to having “swirling doubts” about the whole thing, a.k.a. she realized she probably shouldn’t be introducing Arie to her family considering their first date was, like, two days ago.

Jacqueline shows up at Arie’s hotel room after his date with Becca and immediately picks up the glass of wine he’s sipping on and downs it. Relatable. She then proceeds to deliver the best stream-of-consciousness breakup speech of all time.

Jacqueline, looking horrified: “I’m worried that I’m going to end up in Scottsdale, with you, married, wondering, ‘How did I get here?!’ ”

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Jacqueline, that is the premise of the show.

But Arie only seems mildly bummed about getting dumped, probably because he was planning on sending Jacqueline home anyway. No one is …read more

Source:: People.com

      

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