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We know you’re nervous about Monday's March 9 finale of Chris Soules’ The Bachelor Season 19 in Iowa. Who will he choose? Will she say yes? Why isn’t it ME?!? All valid questions and worries, but we have one more to throw into the mix: What if he just doesn’t choose someone?

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Think back to last week's promo following the Women Tell All, and how Chris said that he wasn’t sure if he could even make a choice between Whitney Bischoff and Becca Tilley. Does he still feel the same way? SPOILER ALERT: Ummm, no. He’s fine. And so is his fiancée. But there has been a Bachelor who decided in the end that none of the ladies in his harem suited his fancy lifestyle. Ladies and gentlemen, we invite you to think back to Brad Womack and The Bachelor Season 11.

In the end of Brad's 2007 season,
Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas were both left standing rose-less. Which would be awkward, except for the implied prize of not ending up with a guy who would do that. Although Brad didn’t choose either lady, they both ended up just peachy. As for Brad, ABC gave him a second shot at love when he was cast as the Bachelor again in Season 15. That time, he chose someone you know very well Emily Maynard. And yeah, we all know how that went.

However, Brad was upstaged in the most-hated Bachelor department last year, when Season 18 star Juan Pablo Galavis opted out of popping the question to his final pick, Nikki Ferrell. Sure, plenty of other guys had skipped the proposal in seasons past (Jesse PalmerLorenzo Borghese, and Bob Guiney, to name a few), but none of them also refused to tell their gal they loved them on live television. Oh, and none were called out on camera for telling their runner-up that they "loved f—king them." Woof. Though Prince Farming definitely seems like a good guy, he doesn't have to try too hard to upstage his predecessor on this one.

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