After 'Bachelor' breaks off their engagement, Minnesota woman to be 'Bachelorette'

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When taking in the shocking finale on March 5, Minnesota representative Drew Christensen tweeted: "If I get a thousand retweets I'll author a bill banning Arie from Minnesota".

Becca Kufrin has had a wild week; first the reality star re-lived her proposal on live television which concluded Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of "The Bachelor", only to be dumped shortly after.

The Bachelor finale - dubbed the most dramatic in history [and it was] - threw fans for a loop when he originally proposed to Kufrin with a ring and all, then changed his mind and proposed to runner-up, Burnham. It all worked out for Becca, because she's next season's Bachelorette.

But despite claiming to have good intentions for his now ex-fiancee, Luyendyk has received much backlash for his actions which have gone as far as the "Bachelor" being banned from the state of Minnesota - Kufrin's home state.

And she's very confident she can find a love like the one she had with Luyendyk again.

"I made the wrong decision", he said.

After a season of low ratings and a rather bland bachelor in Arie Luyendyk Jr., ABC was clearly desperate for a hit.

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Her post has received 56,000 likes in two days.

We're not sure if a rose ceremony will accompany an introduction of the bill, which Christensen said could happen as early as Thursday or as late as Monday. "We want the best for her", Arie says. He admits that he chose Becca because he thought she'd be a good wife, but wives aren't area rugs. "I had that conversation with her, and that's when I really had to sort my feelings out".

Oh, and he slid into her DM's as an already engaged 36-year-old.

Luyendyk told her he couldn't stop thinking about Burnham, so he wanted to see where things could go with her.

He claimed the girlfriend, Cassie Harshman, broke up with him over the phone after telling him she had suffered a miscarriage. "I want you back".

He also said he didn't think it would be constitutional to actually ban the former racecar driver from the state.

Harrison also told Becca about how people have been buying her drinks, so to speak, by depositing money in her Venmo account (a digital wallet mobile app).