Arie Luyendyk Jr. made Bachelor history by basically being a heart-breaking, indecisive maniac. After narrowing the field of women vying for his attention down to Lauren Burnham and Becca Kufrin, the 36-year-old Bachelor told both women that he loved them, and all-but promised both that he was going to choose them -- and in a way, he sort of did.
During the shocking season finale, Luyendyk Jr. Arie sent Lauren home in tears with an unexpected breakup, and ended up popping the question to Becca, which she excitedly accepted. But where most seasons end, this finale continued showing unedited footage shoot weeks after the proposal.
As it turns out, Arie had a change of heart and he called off the engagement, telling Becca that he thinks he's more in love with Lauren and wants to try to work things out with her, leaving Becca shocked and sobbing in a bathroom.
During "After the Final Rose," Arie revealed that he managed to reconnect with Lauren and ended up proposing to her live during the show, which she accepted. However, things worked out nicely for Becca, who host Chris Harrison revealed as the next Bachelorette.