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He added, “there’s a giant misinformation camp right now.” Steve also incorrectly identified the Bachelorette’s pick earlier this summer, though he later updated.
Arie is a 35-year-old race car driver who was born in the Netherlands and lives in Arizona; his father is Arie Luyendyk, who won the Indy 500 twice.
Early Bachelors included the heir to an all-American automotive fortune, a pro athlete, a naval officer (uniform included, natch), and a pseudo royal.
One time, it was just a guy — Season 12’s Matt Grant — who seemed like he must be something special because he had a posh British accent.
And from this cesspool of spoilers and subtweets and too much attention, Arie — a choice that is downright archaeological — has arisen.
There are two things to look at here: what transpired, and what didn’t.
On Good Morning America, of course, Arie said his selection was “a quick turn of events”—so fast, he hadn’t yet told his parents. They actually told Arie he was gonna be the Bachelor.
Engagements are pressure-cooked in a month or three, generations of Instagram stars are born and raised and heartbroken with the turnover of fruit flies in test tubes, and if Chris Harrison doesn’t see the shadow of the last rose on the accent table, the cocktail party lasts six more weeks.
So if the man who’s been announced as the 2018 Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr., seems unfamiliar, it might be because his provenance is so ancient: He was a contestant on Emily Maynard’s season of The Bachelorette, from 2012.
Last night, he tweeted, “I’ll be honest: I’m clueless.
Sorry,” though he later tweeted that Arie was his final prediction.