Ben Higgins & Lauren Bushnell Reveal Their Amazing Wedding Plans
Mar 24 2016
"I found love with you, but I found it with somebody else more", Ben toldJoJo during their final meet-up, a cringeworthy break-up line if ever there was one.
She came face-to-face with her ex Ben Higgins after Monday night's Bachelor finale, but new Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher says she came to terms with their breakup months ago. "Congratulations to these attractive girls!" she captioned a throwback photo of Fletcher and victor, Higgins' fiancee Lauren Bushnell. He turned Jojo down and she got mad, of course, and heartbroken, but she still was mature enough to say: "I'm happy for you".
"I would love to set a date and start the planning and start getting excited about that", Lauren revealed, and Ben even has a timeline in mind for when they want to become husband and wife. Lauren wasn't shy at all and told Ben's dad that she was in love with his son and is ready to get married.
Fletcher has been a frontrunner in the reality show, hence fans believed she will win Higgins' heart.
"I cared about you and I always will. I want what's best for you, forever", Ben tells Jojo, as they chit chat civilly on the couch.
"I did see it", Lauren told reporters during a post-finale conference call of the footage.
Higgins, 27, and Bushnell, 25, had immediate chemistry, and he hit it off with her family during hometown dates, too. "I'm happy to give baby name suggestions when the time comes". First up: Lauren B. Lauren makes a lasting first impression on Ben's parents, especially his father.
"It made the most sense for me to move", Bushnell says in the People interview.
JoJo, on the other hand, will be the first Bachelorette of Persian descent. "I know a pastor and dear friend of yours... we can do this right here right now!"
The possibility to choose a diverse contestant was previously reinforced with ABC chief Paul Lee who said, "I'd be very surprised if [the bachelorette] in the summer isn't diverse". In the website of "The Bachelor", Fletcher takes it as her responsibility to show her pride on cultural differences.