We have the spoilers you’re looking for! If you’re anything like us, an entire season of reality TV is just way too long to watch someone fall in love (enter Mike Fleiss’ new show, The Proposal). Sure, it’s fun to watch the drama and the epic adventures on The Bachelorette… But when it comes to the actual relationship, we — like so many others — want to cut to the chase and know who Becca picks, so we can keep an eye on the winner throughout the entire season. And if you, like us, can’t wait another week to see who Becca Kufrin ends up with as her fiancé, then go ahead and keep reading — there’s just one catch: Whatever you do, do not complain about being spoiled if you keep reading…
We’re not kidding. Speak now or forever hold your peace if you don’t want to jump ahead to the final rose… Just stop scrolling right this instant!
According to multiple reports, the one and only Garrett Yrigoyen is the one who won Becca’s heart! If his name sounds familiar, it’s because he’s also the lucky guy who took home the first impression rose on Night 1 — which means Becca is following the lead of her fellow Bachelorettes Rachel Lindsay, Jojo Fletcher, and Kaitlyn Bristowe in giving the first impression rose to the guy she ends up with in the end! What can we say? We love a lady who knows exactly what she wants!
So what else do we know about the hunky 29-year-old? Even though he currently lives in Reno, he won Becca over in the first episode when he gave her a fishing tackle and the two went “fishing” in the pool at the mansion. Immediately, our leading lady was charmed by the outdoorsman — who boasted about his love of fly fishing, hiking, and snowshoeing in his ABC bio — saying that his midwestern upbringing reminded her of "home."
Unfortunately, his limited time in the spotlight has already been plagued by controversy. Ahead of last night’s premiere, the medical sales rep came under fire when it was revealed that he “liked” Instagram posts that were transphobic, and supported the idea that one of the survivors of the Parkland, Fl. school shooting was a crisis actor. The posts first garnered the attention of Bachelor Nation when former contestant Ashley Spivey posted them on her Twitter account, comparing the Season 14 winner to Lee Garrett, who was ousted for his own racist tweets while competing for Rachel Lindsay’s heart during Season 13.
So far, Becca has yet to comment on Garrett’s problematic tweets — but we don’t have any reason to believe that she and her F1 are anything but happy. Since her season wrapped up, she has confirmed that she’s happily engaged to be married, and has been raving about what an amazing time she had on her journey. Well, fingers crossed it all works out for you, Becca! We’re rooting for you!
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