Emotional backlash over Angie’s decision

 

Angie Kent's final decision has collectively crushed a nation's heart.

It was handsome personal trainer Carlin Sterritt (who Angie had earlier described as a cavoodle) standing next to her at the end, with the bubbly reality star letting fireproofer Timm Hanly go despite describing him as her "soulmate".

Carlin - who had previously revealed he was already married - captured Angie’s heart in the end. Picture: Channel 10.
Carlin - who had previously revealed he was already married - captured Angie’s heart in the end. Picture: Channel 10.

And while Angie and Carlin sealed their new relationship with a kiss in the scenic surrounds of Byron Bay, Australia, having fallen in love with quirky jokester Timm, was not happy about it at all.

This is exactly how we feel. Picture: Channel 10.
This is exactly how we feel. Picture: Channel 10.

Throughout finale week - from Wednesday night's emotional rose ceremony that ended with "Aussie Dog Guy" Ryan Anderson's tearful departure, to the final emotional decision - Angie was riddled with fear about "making the wrong decision".

"I feel like my heart's broken into two," she said, torn between Timm, the man who made her laugh, and Carlin, the man who's "fought" for her from the beginning.

"I'm scared I'm gonna make the wrong decision," she continued to tell the camera.

In Australia's eyes, she did.

 

Us forever. Picture: Channel 10.
Us forever. Picture: Channel 10.

Here's how the nation reacted to Angie dumping our Bachelorette boyfriend:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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