Arie Luyendyk “The Bachelor” Interview On “Good Morning America” (VIDEO)

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The Bachelor GMA Interview

By Holly Nicol |

The Bachelor GMA Interview


Arie Luyendyk Jr. appeared on Tuesday’s “Good Morning America” to talk about this season of “The Bachelor.” Watch the full “GMA” interview below!

As Gossip Cop reported, “The Bachelor” season premiere aired on Monday, with Luyendyk meeting the 29 women competing to become his fiancée. During the premiere episode, the race car driver awarded the first impression rose, and in the first rose ceremony, he sent eight of the contestants home. Of course, before heading on his own search for true love, Luyendyk first appeared on Emily Maynard’s season of “The Bachelorette,” which aired in 2012.

Following Monday night’s premiere, which saw 8 women leave the series, this year’s “Bachelor” appeared on the morning show to talk about the upcoming season. On dating 29 women at once, Luyendyk said, “It was overwhelming at first. That first night, I was nervous. It’s been a long time since I’ve been on camera, so there was a lot of pressure. It was intense, for sure.” And on being serenaded with an original song during the first show, he said, “That’s hilarious. That’s never happened before, Kendall is so cute. [Going the extra mile] makes that introduction really memorable, it makes the time really stand out.”

For the remainder of his interview on “Good Morning America,” Luyendyk answered questions from the audience. One of Luyendyk’s superfans asked “The Bachelor” star, “In five years, what do you think will be the greatest and toughest thing you’ve learned from this experience?” He responded with, “For me, the greatest thing would obviously to be happily married and starting a family, that’s a goal. The toughest thing would probably be just watching it back and having to watch that with someone.”

Since his time on “The Bachelor,” Luyendyk has semi-retired from racing and now sells real estate. Watch the full “GMA” video below!

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