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Umm, I'm Still Shocked About Who Got Sent Home On "The Bachelor"

Byeeee, girl. SPOILERS AHEAD.

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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...

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...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.

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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.

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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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Krystal pretty much brushed it off.

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.

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Fans were so happy.

All of #BachelorNation when Arie sent Krystal home. #TheBachelor

Props to the camera operator who locked in the "Krystal's abject humiliation" shot. #TheBachelor

Kendall walking back into the house after beating Krystal on the one on one #TheBachelor

Everyone when Krystal went home tonight on #thebachelor

WATCHING KRYSTAL GO HOME LIKE #thebachelor

But there's nooo way we've seen the last of Krystal. She's too good a villain.

Arie: *sends Krystal home* Chris Harrison: Welcome to Paradise! #thebachelor

Bye for now, girl.

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