New 'Bachelorette' gets the season started early
After Becca Kufrin’s engagement to Arie Luyendyk Jr. was called off, it was announced on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose that Becca would be the next Bachelorette.
Apparently being left on national television was not enough to dissuade Becca from giving the show another crack. Only now, she’ll be the one to make the decisions.
“I want to be the best damn bachelorette I can be,” Becca said. “So I’m so excited. I want to find love. I want to meet so many amazing guys. I’m just ready to do this.”
It was a good thing she was ready, because the season started immediately in the studio. Chris Harrison introduced her to five of her new suitors, and it was quite a show.
While each of the guys seemed to have some unique edge, two in particular stood out.
Brian came out playing a banjo and singing an original song about Becca. She seemed to enjoy the song, dancing and laughing as he performed.
But Brian’s banjo didn’t hold a candle to Blake’s surprise for Becca: He came out leading a huge horse.
“As the saying goes, when you fall off the horse, you get to get back up again,” Blake said. Mm-hmm. “So Becca, I brought you this horse, and I want to be the man who is going to help you get back up again.”
While it was all a little cheesy, the audience ate it up. If the rest of the suitors are anything like these guys, it’s gonna be quite the season.
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