People Are Veeery Happy About Who Got Sent Home On "The Bachelor" Last Night

Byeeee, girl. SPOILERS AHEAD.

OK, we all know who the villain on this season of The Bachelor is: KRYSTAAAAAL.

OK, we all know who the villain on this season of The Bachelor is: KRYSTAAAAAL.

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Her behavior this season has been truly polarizing, and it’s only gotten more pronounced the past two episodes. From her temper tantrum last week…

Her behavior this season has been truly polarizing, and it's only gotten more pronounced the past two episodes. From her temper tantrum last week...

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…to her overly-confident little wine dance this week, she’s a VILLAIN.

...to her overly-confident little wine dance this week, she's a VILLAIN.

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So when Krystal and Kendall were chosen for a two-on-one elimination date with Arie this week, everyone was rooting for Kendall.

So when Krystal and Kendall were chosen for a two-on-one elimination date with Arie this week, everyone was rooting for Kendall.

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Including the other women.

Including the other women.

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But no one was very hopeful. Arie has seemed totally into Krystal all season, despite the fact that she is a big ol’ villain.

But no one was very hopeful. Arie has seemed totally into Krystal all season, despite the fact that she is a big ol' villain.

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Then, after Krystal displayed some typical villainous behavior and shaded Kendall to Arie behind her back — telling him that Kendall wasn’t “ready for marriage” — Kendall took the high road and showed Krystal some empathy.

Krystal pretty much brushed it off.

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We’ll probably never know if that was a factor in Arie’s decision, but to everyone’s shock and relief, Kendall WON THE ROSE.

We'll probably never know if that was a factor in Arie's decision, but to everyone's shock and relief, Kendall WON THE ROSE.

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And Krystal was eliminated.

And Krystal was eliminated.

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Bye for now, girl.

Bye for now, girl.

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