Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s Bachelor JOURNEY has reached the final four. Would The Bachelor spoilers be proven correct as to their identities?
NOTE: If you haven't read The Bachelor spoilers, there's a lot of chatter about who we see Arie Luyendyk engaged to ... and more.
On The Bachelor Season 22 Episode 7, Arie Luyendyk Jr. and his seven remaining women traveled to Tuscany. The stakes?
Four roses, three tickets home. No pressure at all.
The first one-on-one date went to Becca K., who wasted no time in admitting that she’s falling for him and wants to take him home.
That got the job done, to the surprise of no one. She's been a favorite from the start, albeit slightly under the radar. Still is.
More surprising is the fact that Jacqueline is still around, having received so little screen time until last week's installment.
Not surprising, we suppose, is the fact that she's having doubts about whether her relationship with Arie is at the right point yet.
Believing that she's not confident enough in their future to warrant a hometown date, Jacqueline ultimately sends herself home.
Well, that will make his life simpler at least.
The next one-on-one date went to Lauren B., who is still struggling with the fact that she was engaged before and heartbroken.
She’s starting to fall in love with him, though, and despite how awkward her confession got, he said that he's just really nervous.
Arie said he's “falling so deeply in love” with her and that he feels vulnerable as a result. Lauren B. may just be the one for him.
Seinne is not the one for him. Despite a really nice, random Italian family-oriented date, Arie's just not there with her just yet.
As a result, she was cut loose without a rose.
That means Bekah, Tia and Kendall were left vying for the final two roses on a dramatic, winner-take-all 3-on-1 group date.
Bekah opened up about struggling with being away from home; Tia struggled with the fact that Bekah is still on the show.
Repeatedly questioning whether this 22-year-old could possibly ready for something serious, she even brought it up with Arie.
Tia then told Bekah that she relayed this to Arie, causing Bekah to break down and cry in Arie's arms. Not overdramatic at all.
The really winner of this exchange? Kendall.
She got a rose without hesitation after this display, while Tia and Bekah continued their race to the bottom in pursuit of this guy.
At the end of the date, Tia survived and got the rose, leaving Bekah crushed, and not just because she's on a missing persons report.
Who do you think will win the final rose?
Will it be the newly-minted frontrunner Lauren B., the consistently strong Becca K., or one of the dark horses, Tia and Kendall?
Is there an epic twist in store for us?
Hit the comments below to discuss, and pour a little Zinfandel out for Bekah M. Hope she's doing okay back on the marijuana farm.