Who Does Arie Choose on The Bachelor Finale 2018: Winner Spoilers Revealed

  

Source: Arie Luyendyk’s Instagram

This season’s Bachelor finale is just around the corner and according to Reality Steve, fans are in for a huge surprise! Reality Steve is known for dropping spoilers about the season before they are televised, and he has done exactly that for Arie’s season! Follow along for the shocking finale twist along with a breakdown of tonight’s episode:

Tonight Arie will take the remaining seven ladies to the beautiful location of Florence, Italy! Next week are the hometown dates, so Arie definitely has quite a few big decisions to make before deciding whose family he wants to meet.

The first one-on-one date of the episode will be with Jacqueline Trumball. Although Arie and Jacqueline have undeniable chemistry, she ultimately decides to eliminate herself after realizing that her relationship with Arie hasn’t progressed the way she had hoped.

The second date of the episode will be with Becca Kufrin. Arie and Becca have had a strong connection ever since the first episode and tonight they continue to deepen their relationship as they stroll the streets of Florence.

Arie will take his third date of the evening with Lauren Burnham. It’s clear that Arie is quite invested in Lauren, yet she still continues to hold back which definitely might have some consequences on the progression of their relationship.

Ultimately, tonight Arie will decide to send home Bekah Martinez and Seinne Fleming during the rose ceremony. Bekah and Arie have been quite a strong match throughout the season, but we’re assuming the large age gap finally became too big of an obstacle for Arie to ignore. This will narrow down the ladies to four: Kendall Long, Tia Booth, Becca Kufrin and Lauren Burnham.

According to Reality Steve, Becca is the contestant that steals Arie’s heart and is proposed to in the end; however, in a shocking turn of events, Arie begins to have second thoughts and calls off the engagement to chase after Lauren Burnham!

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