“The Bachelor” Ben Higgins has been rumoured to regret his decision to get engaged to the winner of this season of the ABC reality show.
Although the finale of “The Bachelor” 2016 will be aired on March 14, several spoilers indicated that Higgins will be engaged with the winner but he is already regretting his decision, Parent Herald reported.
Reality Steve earlier predicted that Higgins will end up choosing between JoJo Fletcher and Lauren Bushnell. He will reveal his decision at the Final Rose Ceremony and apparently he will end up getting engaged to Bushnell, leaving Fletcher heartbroken.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Fletcher felt that Higgins only played with her feelings. Higgins reportedly will tell both ladies that he is in love with them, which left both Fletcher and Bushnell expecting to get the final rose.
“She [JojJo] was so disappointed. She rushed to her room, saying she had to call her mom. By 11:30 the next morning, as Ben celebrated with the winner, the heartbroken contestant still hadn’t emerged,” Parent Herald reported citing a Life & Style insider.
Us Weekly recently 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.
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.
Meanwhile, Higgins spent his pre-Valentine celebration at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles on Friday, Us Weekly reported.
“The Bachelor” star gave out roses, heart-shaped balloons, gift bags, and Valentine’s Day cards to children, parents and nurses at the hospital.
“I wanted to stop by because there’s a lot of kids here who aren’t gonna be able to celebrate with their classrooms at school or necessarily some with their families. Obviously love is something that’s very prevalent in my life right now, so I wanted to share a little bit of love with the kids here,” Us Weekly quoted him saying.
“The Bachelor” airs Mondays at ABC.