And like a true attention-craving reality star, he recorded his entire proposal process and cut a deal to release the video to Radar Online.
"I'm Jesse Csincsak, and I'm going to give you the 411 on how to get engaged!" Csincsak boasted in the beginning of the video, which Radar Online posted online and shows him purchasing an engagement ring and later proposing to Lueders while the couple was filmed by a cameraman standing nearby.
Csincsak proposed to Lueders after he hired a small plane to fly them to a small Lake Erie island near his Amhearst, OH hometown.
"This is definitely the epitome of spontaneous -- hopping on a plane, going to a small island... going to dinner," Lueders gushed in the video as she and Csincsak arrived on the island.
Csincsak then proposed as the couple held hands facing each other while standing on a rock outcropping surrounded by water.
"I've spent the last year getting to know you and... I'd have never of dreamed this would happen, that it would get to this point. But I have fallen in love with you and I want to grow old with you," he told Lueders. "Will you spend the rest of your life with me?"
"I have a feeling you two were in on this," Lueders said as she pointed to the camera after accepting Csincsak's proposal.
Csincsak proposed with a 2-carat, princess-cut engagement ring that was designed by an Amhearst jeweler, according to Radar Online.
Lueders, a 26-year-old former flight attendant from Phoenix, AZ, was one of the 25 bachelorettes who appeared on Jason Mesnick's The Bachelor edition in 2008. Mesnick eliminated her on the first night during the Rose Ceremony which followed the season's initial cocktail party.
Lueders and Csincsak -- who broke up with Pappas in November 2008 and then dated twelfth-season The Bachelorette bachelorette Holly Durst afterwards -- met when they both attended a The Bachelor/TheBachelorette reunion cruise to Mexico last year.
Ironically, Pappas and Durst both also recently got engaged.