We're nearing the finish line of this season of The Bachelor, and Arie Luyendyk Jr. is down to his three final ladies: Becca, Kendall, and Lauren.
Tonight's episode is gearing up to be unusually dramatic for a typical 'overnights' episode. Why? Well, a man we've never met before will turn up, and demand his lady back. The problem is that "his lady" is also one of Arie's final three.
Before diving into the drama, know that spoilers lie ahead. STOP READING NOW if you don't want to know more about what goes down tonight.
In tonight's episode, Becca's ex-boyfriend, Ross Jirgl, will travel all the way to Peru to win back Becca. He even proposes to her. Obviously, Arie isn't too happy with this, seeing as he could be proposing to Becca in a matter of days.
The official ABC description for tonight reads, "A determined man has flown all the way to Peru to win back his ex-girlfriend. A series of intense confrontations follows, casting doubt on which two women Arie will choose and who will be sent home brokenhearted.”
Jirgl Attended Stanford University
According to his LinkedIn, Jirgl currently works as a Sport Performance Coach at Stanford University. He has been working there for one year. Prior to that, Jirgl was the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of South Alabama for one year.
He earned his Bachelor's degree in Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies from Minnesota State University, where he graduated from in 2013. Jirgl then spent one year at Indiana State University earning his master's degree in Sports Performance.
They Dated on and off for About Seven Years
According to the Inquisitr, Kurfrin and Jirgl dated on and off for about seven years. They met at Minnesota State University.
Ross played football in college. According to the MSU Mavericks site, he is originally from Wausau, Wisconsin.