‘The Bachelorette’ makes choice, and its Garrett Yrigoyen


On the finale episode of The Bachelorette 2018, Becca Kufrin said her relationship with Blake Horstmann had been special to her throughout the season. Then Uncle Chuck asks Blake about Garrett, which Blake also did not appreciate. Emily, the straight-talking sister, asks Becca if she really thinks Garrett would challenge her, which seems like a low-key way of pointing out that Garrett may not be all that smart. Bottom line: Becca finally told Garrett she loved him, he said he loved her back; he pulled out a honking big Neil Lane ring; she said yes three times; they kissed, they laughed, they danced. "It is raw. It is real. But I just want to move forward and to learn and to grow and to continue to educate ourselves", Kufrin told the audience Monday night. Blake gets out of the boat that delivered him to his doom. So Blake had already gone on about Becca's virtues and had asked her, "Will you let me spend the rest of my life making you smile?" before Becca interrupted him.

The show ends with the moment fans have been waiting for... the proposal! He said she was intelligent, genuine, amusing and kind-hearted. He may be the only person in the world who is stunned, though. "At his core, he's a good guy". I've know people who have a 'type, ' but this is eerie. "I never want you to doubt yourself", she told Horstmann. "Bye." He then openly sobs, adding a little more salt to the Maldives' waters. That revelation helped. Eventually, Becca walked away to cry and semi-hyperventilate, and Blake went to sob hysterically as he wiped down his face with a towel.

Becca somehow pretends this is normal conversation and they make out. Harrison surprised them with an all-expense-paid trip back to Thailand and a minivan, in honour of Garrett's first night gag.

Becca gives the Final Rose to the man she gave the First Impression Rose to - just like JoJo, Kaitlyn and Rachel before her. "I thank and love her everyday because of that", Arie continued in his post.

Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen are engaged-and suddenly, all of the hunk's past controversies are resurfacing.

Garrett, who drew criticism in May after it was revealed that he had liked Instagram posts that mock transgender people, feminists, immigrants and Parkland shooting survivors, has apologized for the behavior and vowed to be better in the future.

"I feel like nearly in a way, my "Paradise" experience got robbed from me", she said, claiming Maguire had faked his feelings for her.

"This is important and weird and will give you the chills: Garrett's ex-wife looks and Becca are identical", she wrote in InStyle. Becca defended him, saying that it's not who he is. For the show, Garrett's social-media behavior is not a problem because it "offended" people, and it's certainly not a problem because it espouses nauseating, false, and dehumanizing political stances. Chris Harrison doesn't push, but instead offers the new couple a mini-van to drive off into the sunset.