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Arie, 36, first entered the reality dating franchise six years ago when he competed for Emily Maynard's heart on The Bachelorette's eighth season.
Arie fell madly in love with Emily, who is now married with three children, but he finished her season as her runner-up behind winner Jef Holm.
Arie was ready to propose then, so hopefully he'll find "the one" on The Bachelor and walk away with a fiancee -- instead of a broken heart.
Following his first stint on reality television, Arie was extremely close to being cast as the Bachelor for Season 17 in 2013 and then Season 19 in 2015, which starred Sean Lowe and Chris Soules, respectively.
For the show's nineteenth season, Arie revealed to Us Weekly in Fall 2016 that he had booked a flight to Los Angeles and signed contracts withThe Bachelor executives only to have the rug pulled out from beneath him last minute.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelor is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Elan Gale, Bennett Graebner and Nicole Woods serve as executive producers.