Last night's first half of The Bachelorette finale was shocking! But not really. When it came time for Brooks Forester to get some one-on-one time, he instead called it quits on the competition and bounced. You just now realized, during the ninth season of The Bachelorette —after 17 seasons of The Bachelor —that falling in love "love" in six weeks on TV, with an expectation that you will ultimately get engaged in the finale, could be uncomfortable. Just now? Just now in the season finale, part one?
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Every Bachelorette season starts in a whirlwind of fun and laughter, but several weeks into this journey for love, the tears definitely flow more than the champagne. A leading lady's rejection of at least one man in her season finale usually results in tears, and depending on how attached the audience is to a contestant, Bachelor Nation may collectively shed tears too. With the end of Hannah Brown's season comes the possibility for an addition to the most devastating Bachelorette rejections , so why not revisit these moments to prepare your emotions? While a Bachelorette's goodbye to her runner-up is typically the most heartbreaking exit of the season, other eliminations throughout a season can be just as upsetting.
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So many Bachelorette babes, so little time! This list takes a look back at some of the hunky beaus that vied for the hearts of our bachelorettes, but were sadly past over. Single tear…more for us! America fell in love with the single dad from Seattle, along with his adorable son Ty on season 4 of the Bachelorette. Instead, she selected Jesse Csincsak, a pro snowboarder with a soft spot for nonprofits.