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'Bachelor' finale full of fake-outs and surprises

On The Bachelor finale, Arie Luyendyk Jr. asked Becca Kufrin to marry him right after he sent Lauren Burnham packing. Which was a move he later came to regret.

Lauren professed her love to Arie saying, "You're the man that I've been looking for my whole life." To which he immediately replied "Umm…" Arie went on to tell Lauren their relationship was over.

As Lauren drove away she said, "I feel betrayed. How could you do that to somebody? I don't get it. He just completely blindsided me."

Arie and Becca then spent a few more days in Peru enjoying their engagement and time alone. But when they got back stateside things started to go sideways.

Arie could not stop thinking about Lauren. He said, "I go to bed and I think about Lauren, and I wake up and I think about Lauren."

Ultimately he decided to break-up with Becca in hopes of rekindling things with Lauren. He told Becca, "I just felt, the further along we got, the further I started drifting away from the possibility of trying it again with [Lauren]." To which Becca replied, "Yeah, because that's a normal relationship. That's what should've been happening."

Fans were just as shocked as Becca. And that shock turned to anger on social media. Especially after Arie refused to leave despite Becca's numerous request.

And while fans were expecting some type of "After the Rose" after show, host Chris Harrison surprised everyone by announcing ABC added a night of Bachelor. Turns out Becca is gonna have chance to speak with Arie in front of everyone. And we'll learn whether or not Lauren took Arie back.