13 Marcha, 2018
The weekend after fans of ABC's "The Bachelor" learned the controversial end to Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season as the leading man on the reality series, the former Indy car driver was all smiles when he showed up for INDYCAR's season opener, The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, on Sunday.
Christensen wasn't going to let some reality TV star hurt one of his own, so he took to Twitter and suggested that Arie be banned from the state.
Plus, in another vid, Sterling recreates the show's opening segment with the help of a scale model of New York City and some action figures! "He's boring, it should've been somebody else.' You know, the ratings were down a little bit, so as a season as a whole, you're always upset when you're not being carried on the audiences' shoulders, like, 'This was the best Bachelor season ever'". It is state policy that every person in the state has a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk Jr.in the state.
The happy couple, who plan to wed sometime this year, also stopped to snap photos with fans and answer question for reporters. "It's been really sweet".
What's the opposite of America's sweetheart? "I hope the guy that proposes to my daughter is gonna marry her, and right now I just need to get to know her better'".
"He smashed me!" Galavis said of Luyendyk stealing his crown. "Last year was a very special day and it just leaves a trace that will never go away".
"He took Sydney to Camelback Mountain, he took Lauren to Camelback Mountain", he captioned a tweet of the Instagrams.