Logan, a 26-year-old videographer from San Diego, CA, started The Bachelorette's nineteenth season unsure of which Bachelorette he preferred, and he kissed both women in attempt to find out.
He chose to join "Team Rachel" during the third Rose Ceremony of the season, only to quickly realize that he still had lingering feelings for Gabby.
"I haven't seen Gabby in a while. It definitely brought up some old feelings. I'm worried that I find myself still kind of looking to the other side," Logan told the cameras when he could look at both Gabby and Rachel during a group boxing date.
He later added, "I didn't feel a strong spark or connection [with Rachel], and I walk away from the group date thinking about Gabby."
Watching the season back on TV, Rachel shared, "It's really interesting to watch."
"Of course, I wasn't completely aware of the situation going on," Rachel admitted. "I was just doing my best to make space for each one of my relationships."
The flight instructor continued, "Logan is accepting my roses, so I do assume that he is there to pursue a relationship with me. Watching it is really hard, me apologizing to him for not getting a chance to talk when, meanwhile, he's saying how he doesn't wanna be there."
Rachel gave Logan a rose at the fourth Rose Ceremony of the season, but he accepted the rose just so he could have more time on the show to hopefully speak with Gabby, ask her for another chance, and get to know her better.
After accepting Rachel's rose, Logan hoped to find time to talk to Gabby and switch to her lineup of guys. Logan wanted to try to win Gabby's heart because he said he couldn't ignore his attraction to her and the initial connection he felt with her.
Rachel let Logan off the hook to a certain extent when she pointed out in a separate interview with Us Weekly how two Bachelorettes dating the same guys on one season was "unchartered territory for everyone."
"This has never been done before and no one really knows how to navigate it," Rachel noted.
"So as well as everyone watching me and Gabby figure this out for the first time, they're watching the men do it as well. So I think as far as what happens next week, everyone's just gonna have to tune in."
When asked if that means fans should give Logan some grace and understand how complicated the situation happened to be, Gabby spoke on Rachel's behalf and quipped in their joint interview with Us, "I think people will be able to make their own opinions."
Rachel acknowledged how there were "constantly highs and lows throughout" her journey on the show.
"This really has never been done before, this format has never been seen. So we experience, you know, really low lows and really high highs," Rachel reasoned.
"And I think Gabby and I are just more excited for people to start seeing those really high moments because, of course, we are still navigating this at the beginning."
"I feel like a bad guy. I feel selfish, but I would be a fool not to accept a rose if it means I get to talk to Gabby," Logan shared after the Rose Ceremony.
"There's still hope, there's still time. I'm going to get it all out there... I'm just terrified. There's a chance this isn't received at all well. This could be a disaster and totally blow up in my face... but fortune favors the bold."
Prior to Logan trying to switch teams, Hayden Markowitz was The Bachelorette season's villain when he called Gabby "rough around the edges," compared Rachel to his ex-girlfriend, and allegedly called the two stars of the show b-tches.
Rachel kicked Hayden to the curb after hearing about his behavior, and Hayden has since spoken out about his controversial exit on social media. Gabby then had something to say about Hayden's statement.