"Oh man, just get ready. Get ready for the wildest week we've ever had in Bachelor history," host Chris Harrisonsaid during a recent appearance on The Ringer's Bachelor Party podcast.
"I don't know how else to explain it other than I don't even truly know exactly what's to come, because it's going to be live."
He continued, "A lot of live TV coming up in the next week, and when things are live, you just don't know how they're going to go. And this especially is going to be just crazy!"
Chris previously teased that the finale is going to be "phenomenal" and mind-blowing.
"It's unlike anything you've ever seen before," Chris said on the Bachelor Party podcast.
"I don't even want to say [it's the most dramatic finale in Bachelor history] because that cheapens it, but this will easily be the most dramatic finale in Bachelor history. But this time for real is for real. I mean it!"
[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading now to avoid details about Arie's final Rose Ceremony and what happened after the show].
The Bachelor finale is going to kick off with Lauren and Becca meeting Arie's family as well as enjoying a final one-on-one date with him in Peru.
Arie has already confessed his love to both women, and they love him back!
Arie will therefore be shown having to make an excruciating decision between the ladies, but the season does end with an engagement!
It's been widely reported that Arie, however, broke up with the winner weeks after popping the question and then begged his runner-up to take him back -- and she did.
According to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, Arie got engaged to Becca in Cusco, Peru in November 2017, but in early January, he contacted Lauren on the phone to have an emotional conversation.
Days later, Arie allegedly broke up with Becca and then traveled to Virginia Beach to ask Lauren to give him another chance. Carbone says Lauren forgave Arie and decided to date him again, and the pair are still together and happy to this day.
Both Arie's breakup with Becca and his reconciliation with Lauren were captured by ABC cameras, so the shocking and dramatic events will be shown in the finale.
Carbone also believes that Arie proposed marriage to Lauren in late February at the Monarch Bay Resort in Dana Point.
Monarch Bay is the same California resort where Bachelor in Paradise couple Tanner Tolbert and Jade Roper got married in 2016.
In addition, Carbone says Lauren will be moving to Scottsdale, AZ, in the near future to be with Arie.