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The Bachelorette's seventh season concluded with the May 13 filming a final Rose Ceremony in which Hebert allowed final suitors J.P. Rosenbaum and Ben Flajnik to both get down on one knee and attempt to propose marriage to her and resulted in the bachelor she rejected -- which, according to previous reports, was Flajnik -- reacting with unexpected outrage, Us Weekly reported in its August 8 issue.
"Viewers will see something from one of the guys you've never really seen: anger," a source told Us. "There is no friendship with Ashley after that point."
According to the source, the rejected bachelor's strong reaction to his dismissal left Hebert "shaken."
While the jilted suitor was devastated by Hebert's bad news, the man who stoleThe Bachelorette star's heart and successfully proposed -- which, according to previous reports, was Rosenbaum -- was reportedly overjoyed when Hebert revealed she had selected him.
"He spoke from the heart. There was a huge outpouring of emotion and tears from both of them," the source said.
Hebert had told Us she "liked so many things about both [bachelors]" but "knew exactly" how she felt by the end of her journey.
The couple's relationship has reportedly been going strong since the filmingThe Bachelorette's season finale in May. According the Us source, the engaged couple has reunited three or more times at a private home in Los Angeles and they definitely see a wedding in their future.
"There is no doubt these two will get married. They are really in love," the source added.
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