Not only did Arie break up with Becca on-camera, but he begged his runner-up, Lauren Burnham, for a second chance.
After Lauren took Arie back, the couple resumed their relationship and got engaged onThe Bachelor: After the Final Rose in March. The couple is now planning a January 2019 wedding in Hawaii, and Chris plans to attend.
"I tell him all the time, 'You are your own worst enemy,'" Chris admitted.
Chris then went on to reveal a couple examples of how Arie's behavior has sparked backlash from Bachelor Nation and critics everywhere.
"Like the whole pregnancy on Instagram," Chris recalled of Arie and Lauren's shocking April Fool's Day joke in which Lauren posted a photo of a baby bump on Instagram, "for all future Bachelor couples, don't put the fake pregnancy thing out [there]. It never works! It's always a bad joke. They did it."
And when Arie and Lauren's engagement became public knowledge, the pair announced they'd be taking a break from social media and wouldn't be reading people's comments on Twitter and Instagram.
"When they first got back together, it was like, 'We're disappearing; we're going away.' Next thing, you see pictures of them in Iceland and pictures of her from behind at the Blue Lagoon," Chris reasoned with People. "And you're like, 'Stop! Unless you're doing it on purpose, just stop.'"
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