Watch to see how each of them introduced themselves!
Suitor Lincoln quickly won over Becca — and the audience — with his dapper good looks and that oh-so-charming British accent. “I watched what you went through last night and I need to applaud you for how well you handled that,” he told Becca. “It’s contagious and that energy has inspired me. I cannot speak for everybody, but I can speak for myself, and a few people. Arie is a w**ker!”
Next came Chase, who told Becca, “I saw what you went through as well and my heart goes out to you. I think that everyone agrees with me here that you deserve better than that. When one door closes, another door opens and I hope to be that open door.”
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Darius introduced himself by making a point to “formally apologize on behalf of my gender.” “I’m here for one reason…I’m here for you,” he said. “‘I’m excited for this journey with you, and you are beautiful.”
Then Ryan showed up, and made quite the impression. He didn’t do much talking, but he did play and sing an original song for Becca on his banjo. Becca even danced along to the little number and said she wanted banjo lessons. Taking bets now, this guy is going to be a frontrunner.
Last but not least, Blake arrived with a horse in tow. “I want you to know how incredibly brave I think it is that you’re standing here right now,” Blake told her. “As the saying goes, when you fall off the horse, you’ve got to get back up again. So I’ve brought you this horse, and I want to be the man to help you get back up again.” He then helped her sit atop the horse. Yes.
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