'The Bachelorette': The most excruciating moments from a deeply uncomfortable finale

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He responded quickly by deleting the account and apologizing, describing the likes as "mindless taps". "That's the thing", she urged him. "So everywhere I go it's like a crumpled paper towel here, and crumpled paper towel there".

I'd say it was hotter than Hades that day in the Maldives, but it's 88 degrees like every day there.

Her new man, however, claimed to not have a single pet peeve regarding his fiancee.

"The Bachelorette" victor Garrett Yrigoyen said he didn't intend for anybody to be "hurt" by his past decisions to "like" a series of offensive posts on social media. You'd have no way to know which people Yrigoyen likely offended (including immigrants, feminists, trans people, liberals, and anyone who feels it's unconscionable to lie about and attack the integrity of gun-violence victims).

During "The Bachelorette" season finale on Monday night, host Chris Harrison informed the audience that the episode would include "an absolutely devastating heartbreak, the likes of which we have never really witnessed before on this show", and "a breakup so painful, to be honest, it's a little bit hard to watch". From the moment I slid into his Instagram DMs to when we finally met in person, 28-year-old Venmo John is exactly as sweet as he seemed on The Bachelorette. "I didn't mean to offend anybody". And I can picture us taking care of one another whenever we're sick.

The pair have no plans to get married anytime soon, or for children, but do plan to move in together, likely in California, Kufrin said, as is the Bachelor/Bachelorette way.

Ross Barkley says Maurizio Sarri needs time at Chelsea to make changes
Conte ultimately departed the club and he was replaced by Sarri, leaving Willian pleased to stick it out with the London side. He is optimistic of a strong campaign, which begins with Saturday's Premier League opener at Huddersfield.

Meanwhile, Kimmel continued to keep things light and fluffy and only pitched softball questions at the couple during a game of "Fiance My Name", similar to the "The Newlywed Game", except a prequel edition. They also revealed the little habits they've learned about each other since filming ended, Garrett shares his thoughts behind the proposal, and Becca shows off her incredible Neil Lane three-stone diamond engagement ring all in the video interview above!

ABC dramatically splices together video of both guys on separate, unnecessarily-long boat rides headed toward the dock where they each intend to get on a knee.

"Yes, it does", Garrett joked back.

Kufrin also said that Bristowe, Fletcher, and Lindsay gave her lots of tips about making her relationship work after the cameras stop rolling.

Overall, the couple won a good deal of swag from the late-night host, including a dinner tableware set, a melon baller, and a panini press. "I was. I never want you to doubt yourself", Becca said, getting choked up.

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