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We salute you, Jubilee
Even though she was outright attacked by the other women, the war veteran rose above, apologizing to contestants. “I’ve worked on who I am and I love who I am,” she told the world’s best listener, host Chris Harrison. “This show breeds insecurities…After watching this, I told myself, I refuse to overthink anything to the point where I’m self-destructive.”
Lace should get her own reality TV show
We’ve had a soft spot for this lovable hot mess since she got tipsy on the first night (hey, it happens every season). She also provided a very dull season with a little bit of drama and brevity. Like this (totally sincere) goodbye to Ben: “Like my tattoo says, you can’t love someone else unless you truly love yourself.” Turns out we will see more of Lace: she agreed to go on Bachelor in Paradise. In other news: some rando got a tattoo of her face on his stomach.
Olivia gets crucified
Just watching the flashbacks of Olivia’s scenes was so painful that I cowered under my Hudson’s Bay blanket. “It’s brutal to watch,” she admitted, saying she’s not sure when it went wrong with her and Ben. Another one of her biggest concerns: that people made fun of her toes.
The producers set up sex panther Caila as the next Bachelorette
Here’s how to succeed at becoming the next bachelorette: grit your teeth and don’t blame the guy who broke your heart. Look adorable (not too much makeup and not too much cleavage). Speak in clichés. My fave: “the way he looks at them, but I want someone to look at me like that one day.” Caila, you are ready. And if you turn it down, there’s always Sheila!
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