Arie Luyendyk, Jr. was a contestant on the 8th season of The Bachelorette.

He was the runner-up.

He later returned as the Bachelor for the 22nd season of The Bachelor.

The BacheloretteEdit

Arie was the runner-up on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette. On Week 3, he received a rose on a one-on-one date with Maynard, his only one-on-one date of the season. On Week 6, Arie confessed he was in love with Emily. In the finale, after Maynard takes Jef to meet Ricki, she is certain that Jef is the one for her. Not wanting to put Arie through a failed proposal, Maynard eliminates him rather than giving him a final date. Arie was confused and heatbroken, thinking he was certainly going to win Emily's heart.

The BachelorEdit

On September 7, 2017 he was revealed to be the next Bachelor for Season 22 on Good Morning America. The official Bachelor Twitter Page narrowed down possibilities for who the Bachelor might be before finally posting the tweet "Bachelor Nation, start your engines! We are proud to announce the next Bachelor will be....@ariejr!"

Personal lifeEdit

During his season of The Bachelor he fell in love with two women; Becca Kufrin and Lauren Burnham. He ultimately chose to propose to Becca. A few weeks after filming wrapped, he decided to break off his engagement to pursue Lauren.

Arie and Lauren got engaged at the After the Final Rose show. They moved to Arizona together in March. They bought a 2,607 square foot house in Phoenix, Arizona, in April, 2018. They officially became homeowners on June 24, 2018. They are getting married on January 12, 2019, in Haiku Mill, Maui, Hawaii.


  • Arie proposing to Becca.
  • Arie proposing to Lauren.
  • Lauren's ring.
  • People cover.
  • Engagement photo.
  • New homeowners.