Ben Higgins had help in picking the winner in this season of ”The Bachelor.”
Apparently, the help came from his mom. Life & Style magazine reported that Higgin’s mother chose the girl he proposed to. “Amy thought one girl would be a better fit. Of course, that’s the one he proposed to. He always thinks she knows best,” the insider revealed. “He asks his mom for advice on everything,” the source added.
“Amy thought one girl would be a better fit. Of course, that’s the one he proposed to. He always thinks she knows best,” the insider revealed. “He asks his mom for advice on everything,” the source added.
Inquisitr reported that early in the season, Higgins traveled to Warsaw, Indiana, for the hometown dates. Emily Ferguson was the only contestant to meet Higgins’ parents, but she was sent home after she said she is not ready to settle down yet.
Life & Style noted that once Higgins was left with the final three women, he got emotional and he sought his mother’s support.
“It was obvious to everyone who was there, that his mom really made the final decision,” the source added.
The day after Higgins picked to the winning woman, his parents shared photos of themselves on Facebook and they looked happy, the magazine wrote.
It was earlier reported that Lauren Bushnell won “The Bachelor” star’s heart. Speculations indicated that it was a battle between Lauren and JoJo Fletcher. At the end, Higgins chose Bushnell.
Us Weekly reported that the woman Higgins’ ejected in the finale felt “blindsided.” “She was devastated,” the source said of the girl the bachelor doesn’t choose. “The finale is brutal. There were lots of tears,” an insider claimed.
However, there were also reported that Higgins regrets his decision of choosing Bushnell.
Parent Herald reported that Higgins was quoted in one interview saying: “Looking back now it was hard and there’s not always a clear answer for [what’s] right and wrong. I have to be confident in my decision. I have to be confident.” His remark sparked speculations of his lack of confident on his decision to propose to Bushnell.
His remark sparked speculations of his lack of confidence in his decision to propose to Bushnell.
“The Bachelor” 2016 airs Mondays on ABC. The finale will be aired on March 14.