The Bachelor naturally forced Becca Kufrin and Lauren Burnham to fight for Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s final rose, but despite the circumstances and rumored controversial ending to the season, the women are reportedly not at odds today.

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[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading now if you don't want to find out what allegedly happens during next week's two-night The Bachelor finale event].

Previous spoilers released by Reality Steve blogger Steve Carbone revealed that Arie selected Becca at the final Rose Ceremony filmed in November 2017 and proposed marriage to her, only to split with her weeks later.

Within days of the breakup, Arie then allegedly hopped on a plane to Virginia Beach to win back his runner-up, Lauren, and Carbone claims they are still together to this day.

However, there's no bad blood between the ladies who competed for Arie's heart this season, according to Entertainment Tonight.

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The bachelorettes have all reportedly stayed friends and do not blame the runner-up for what went down.

"They blame Arie," a source told ET. "There's not a rift between Becca and Lauren. Arie put them in this situation."

Neither Becca or Lauren seemed to have any issues with fellow cast members throughout the season, so there would be no reason to have any hard feelings now.

"They're very different but both well-liked by all the women," the source explained, "and both of them really cared for Arie. He said 'I love you' to them both, and it really seems like he did it more to get his own emotions affirmed. A lot of the women feel he's selfish."

Arie will be shown making his final decision on the March 5 finale episode of The Bachelor from 8-11PM ET/PT, and then After the Final Rose on the following night will feature Becca, Lauren and Arie each discussing the emotional, shocking and dramatic ending in their own words.

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"Becca and Lauren will handle themselves really well. They're class acts," the source told ET. "For Arie, it's going to be a bloodbath. A lot of the women don't think his playboy tendencies have gone away. Will he last with anyone?"

An insider added, "The women are ready to grill Arie on After the Final Rose. [The winner] totally felt blindsided, and it's sad because she's a great person. She's such a pure soul."

In addition to Becca and Lauren, previously-eliminated The Bachelor contestants Kendall Long, Tia Booth, Seinne Fleming, and Bekah Martinez will make an appearance on Season 22's final episode next week.

ABC confirmed The Bachelorette announcement will also be made at the end of After the Final Rose, which will air from 8-10P ET/PT on March 6.

Carbone believes Becca will take the throne as the franchise's next star after America watches her heartbreak unfold on television. Cameras have already reportedly begun to film her introduction package.

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Although the women are reportedly on good terms with each other, that doesn't mean things aren't a bit awkward right now. A third source told ET, "There's a group chat that's gotten quiet."

To read additional spoilers on how Arie went about switching his winner for the runner-up, as well as details on the current status of Arie and Lauren's relationship, click here.

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