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After one of the toughest seasons in the show's history — and certainly the most tragic — The Bachelorette has ended with a happy engagement. The last suitor to exit the limo on the first night, Josh caught Andi's attention immediately, but she remained skeptical of him because he was a former pro athlete. Still, the Tampa native remained a frontrunner and eventually won her over. In fact, she was so smitten that she dumped Nick the morning of the final rose ceremony. After Andi was finally able to profess her love, Josh got down on one knee, proposed and she said, "Yes!"
The Bachelorette's fan-favorite farmer exited in the most heartbreaking goodbye of the season. On Monday's episode, Andi chose to forgo her individual room for the fantasy suite with both Nick and Josh but went into her final date with Chris unsure of what her decision would be. After a fun day of horseback riding, followed by Chris expressing his feelings for her even more during dinner, Andi realized she couldn't see a future with the Iowa native and that she didn't want to put him through another rose ceremony. The two parted ways and although devastated, Chris never wavered from being the gentleman he was all season long. Does Chris have any regrets about his journey? Did Andi really not know she was going to send him home that week? The two weigh in. Plus: Does Chris want Andi to choose Nick or Josh?
The Bachelorette's hometown week might've ended on a very sad note, but before that it was nothing but love from the families for Andi. This week, Andi headed to the homes of Marcus, Josh, Nick and Chris where two of the men in particular pulled out all the stops to show her their love. But despite Marcus' openness with his feelings — and his incredible striptease — Andi let him go during what turned out to be a devastating rose ceremony following the news of Eric's death.
Cocky, confident or both? That's the big question surrounding The Bachelorette's Nick. On Monday's episode, Nick pulled the move that happens just about every season — he "snuck out," showed up at Andi's hotel room and stole some extra time with her. But while the remaining guys — and most of the viewing audience — believe Nick is arrogant, Andi seems to view his aggressiveness as sexy.
Through the years of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, we've seen many of the men and women attempt to carry a tune. However, this week's group date may just take the cake as the worst singing performance from the show yet. On Sunday's episode, Andi and some of the guys were treated to the vocal stylings of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men. But the guys were in for a surprise when they themselves had to perform everyone's favorite sexy time song "I'll Make Love to You" in front of an audience of 3,000. Needless to say only opera singer Bradley held his own, while the others hilariously failed.Top Moments: Mad Men's sweet send-off and Bachelorette's dirty dance
Like so many have before, one Bachelorette contestant go so drunk that he was ultimately sent home. On Monday's episode, Andi and the men from her group date capped off the fun day with an evening cocktail party. But soon into the party, it became clear that Craig had thrown back one too many. Although he made a valiant effort with his apology before the week's rose ceremony, it wasn't enough for Andi to give him a second chance. Read on for host Chris Harrison's thoughts on the episode including Andi's first kiss, two nearly perfect one-on-one dates and why next week's double episode leads to an emotional breakdown.