Is Arie Luyendyk The Worst Bachelor In Bachelor Nation History?

posted by Allie Gold - 

in what was truly the most dramatic season finale we have ever seen, The Bachelor: Arie Luyendyk was still conflicted over his final decision, and ultimately decided to break off his engagement with Becca K. 

It all came down to Becca K and Lauren B and while Arie said “I love you” to both women, we can’t help but wonder why he chose Becca K knowing he felt this way about the two finalists. Well bachelor nation also can't believe it, especially the former contestants on previous seasons of the show. Tanner Tolbert even tweeted out this meme comparing Arie to the most hated bachelor in bachelor nation: Juan Pablo... 

What did Juan Pablo do to make people hate him so much? Well not only was he absolutely disrespectful to women but he wouldn't even say 'I love you' to his final contestant. A problem, Arie most definitely didn't have during his time on the season. 

Juan Pablo isn't the only bachelor Arie's being compared to. The 36-year-old is being put up against Ben Higgins - the bachelor that said 'I love you' to two people- and Jason Mesnick - the bachelor that changed his mind and chose the runner up during the 'After The Final Rose.' Both of these former bachelors are definitely comparable to the current season. Two people that may actually be "off the hook" for the questionable decisions they made during their season.... 

We can't help but question this entire season after thinking Arie was *yawn BORING! Now the season is finally picking up but oh wait..... it's over?! Well even though it ended dramatically, we are curious to see what everyone is up to now. Did Arie end up with the runner up Lauren like Jason? Or did he end up with no one like Juan Pablo? And what do Ben Higgins and Ashley I really have to say about all the drama? Find out in their Almost Famous podcast below! And be sure to tune in to the two hour reunion tonight, because maybe we’ll finally get the answers to our questions... 

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