That reasoning echoes Arie's thinking that he shared during the finale, about how he wanted to be fully transparent.
Luckily, she has a lot of "bigger and better things" to look forward to, like the fact that she'll be the one handing out the roses when The Bachelorette returns to ABC for it's 14th season on Monday, May 28.
"Why break up with Becca like you did on camera and why 40 minutes of us seeing her in so much pain?" She already knows that Arie broke up with Becca, but even in her excitement, she's not super down with the idea of getting back together because she got broken up with, too.
"Would I do it all again and face this scrutiny to be with her?"
Ah, so he also wanted to do it for continuity's sake. Fine, you know what?
Social media users have not been kind. "I think that for the people who haven't gone through this, it's like you go through this intense breakup and you go through a proposal and there's nothing normal about that", he continued. Michael Strahan asked on "GMA".
Arie was however able to convince Lauren his feelings were genuine. It's something people dream of, and you robbed me of that. I hope I gave her that closure. "As long as we have each other, we'll be OK". It worked, but we wouldn't exactly call it a selfless move, Arie. They reunited, and as of Tuesday, in front of everyone including Becca, THEY'RE ENGAGED. Arie said he ultimately shouldn't have popped the question in Peru. One of the most eyebrow-raising practices she reveals is that past producers allegedly kept track of when the women in the Bachelor house were on their periods to ensure they got the juiciest, most emotional soundbite possible.
Harbor also played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2010-2013.
Next, it's a vacation out of the country. "I think filming the breakup was important because I wanted everyone to know that that breakup was on me and that I made a mistake". I didn't really suspect anything at the time.