Matt James’ excursion to discover love might be reaching a conclusion, yet the show is simply beginning.
In a sneak look at the following week’s season finale of The Bachelor, Matt presents his last two ladies — Rachael Kirkconnell and Michelle Young — to his mother and sibling.
“I’m going to settle on quite possibly the main choices of my life: to discover love, to discover my significant other, to leave this thing connected with,” he says. “My sibling and my mother, they know me better than anyone. She doesn’t need me to commit the very error that my father made.”
At the point when Matt plunks down with his mother, she offers him some hard realities about the risks of beginning to look all starry eyed at.
“Love is something magnificent, yet it won’t be simple,” she says. “Love isn’t the end-all, be-all.”
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The discussion leaves Matt passionate, and he separates while pondering his mother’s convoluted past with his father. “It returns me to a dim spot,” he says.
Also, when Chris Harrison inquires as to whether he’s ready to keep pushing ahead with the interaction, the 29-year-old falters.
“Frankly with you, I don’t have the foggiest idea,” he says. “All that I thought I was working for is simply beginning to disintegrate.”
“I don’t have the foggiest idea what I will do,” he concedes.