'Bachelor' Arie Luyendyk Jr. Criticized for Repeating Old Dates With New Fiancee

'Bachelor' Arie Luyendyk Jr. Criticized for Repeating Old Dates With New Fiancee

They're coming off the most recent season of The Bachelor, the conclusion of which has caused something of a national crisis after Arie Luyendyk Jr. broke off his engagement with Becca Kufrin on camera in order to pursue a relationship with runner-up Lauren Burnham, to whom he is now engaged.

In an US Weekly interview with Arie and his new fiancée Lauren Burnham, the couple dished about their plans for their wedding, saying they'd thought of doing a televised ceremony "if that worked in our timeline", or perhaps just eloping.

Burnham and Luyendyk Jr., a former driver who once competed in the Indianapolis 500, were seen Sunday walking through the race track hand-in-hand while wearing matching red racing suits.

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'The show would be perfect for @ariejr up until it comes to choosing just one, ' she wrote along with the tears-of-laughter emoji. It is state policy that every person in the state has a right to live free from the presence of Arie Luyendyk the state. Saturday, he left another indelible mark on the city. "I'm really proud of what we did last year and happy to help celebrate it again today with helping add to a part of St. Pete's history".

Then Minnesota Representative Drew Christensen took to Twitter to announce that, with enough support, he'd write such a bill.