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Not to mention, even politicians are standing by Becca, as Minnesota Representative Drew Christensen authored a bill banning Arie from the state.

Kaufman breaks down the decision to name Becca Kufrin the next Bachelorette.

Becca Kufrin had something to say - and she finally got to say it on Tuesday night's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose.

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FormerBachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr.is feeling the wrath of both Bachelor Nation and the state of Minnesota.

But despite claiming to have good intentions for his now ex-fiancee, Luyendyk has received much backlash for his actions which have gone as far as the "Bachelor" being banned from the state of Minnesota - Kufrin's home state.

In an interview with "Good Morning America", Kufrin opened up about her excitement for her upcoming season, "My heart is in the right place".

Christensen's challenge surpassed his expectation, receiving almost 12,000 retweets by the time he signed the bill. She said her family was "head over heels about him". "I think the pressure of this, the pressure of being the bachelor, knowing that there's a timeline, and having to make that decision on that day".

Becca also said she was glad she got the chance to speak with Arie during the finale and have some closure.

And she's very confident she can find a love like the one she had with Luyendyk again.

Burnham called Luyendyk her "soulmate" but admitted some hesitancy in accepting his change of heart.

This invite, Christensen instructed the Twittersphere, would take 10,000 retweets.

Another former girlfriend, Fox Reporter Jenna Jones, accused Luyendyk of secretly applying for "The Bachelor" while they dated, according to the website acceptthisrose.com. "I thought that was important", Arie said, echoing his earlier answer.

See more on their plans after the finale in the video below. "But I'm really solid in my relationship, and we have been together since January and it's going really well".

"I feel bad for the people who are taking it so seriously", he said, "as opposed to a fun, tongue-in-cheek thing".