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Bachelor Chris Soules, Eliminated Women Weigh in on Final Two Whitney, Becca

Whitney, Chris Soules and Becca from The Bachelor
Whitney, Chris Soules and Becca from The Bachelor 

Bachelor Chris Soules may finally be ready to commit! The star of the 19th season of ABC's The Bachelor dished to Us Weekly at the taping of next week's "Women Tell All" special, and gushed about his lucky lady. 

"I'm still in love," Soules, 33, told Us. After eliminating Kaitlyn Bristowe in Monday evening's episode, the hunky farmer will be forced to choose between Whitney and Becca in his upcoming finale. 

The Iowan, who was originally fighting for Andi Dorfman's heart on season 10 of The Bachelorette, has been looking for love from a group of 30 women, slowly cutting the numbers week by week until he reached his final two. He was forced to face all of his eliminated contestants at the reunion special in Hollywood this past weekend, and the women dished to Us about their pick for Chris. 

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"My bias is a little towards Becca just because she’s so funny and cool," said Britt Nilsson, who was eliminated in week nine of the show. "I think that Whitney is someone who already loves kids and she’s totally into him. There are no questions in her mind if she loves him… She speaks her mind, she’s a very truthful person. I like Whitney a lot. [But] Becca, I think has all of those qualities, she’s also very truthful, she’s very sweet, she’ll be a great mom, but she’s also just fun."

"I do feel like it’s a toss-up because out of everyone that I became friends with in the house, those are my two closest friends," the recently eliminated Bristowe told Us. "I feel like he made a very great decision with those being the final two because they are classy, unbelievable women. I think Becca is too good to be true, I think she needs to experience a lot more in life before she’s gonna settle down because she deserves great things and I don’t think she even knows how great she is. Where Whitney has established herself and she’s two hours from home and she’s ready for that. They have great chemistry."

"When I picture Whitney, I picture her being a good wife, I picture her wanting babies right away, and I just see it," Bristowe added. "In the grand scheme of things, I see Whitney as a wife. She’s a great, genuine human being."

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The Canada-based dance instructor also spoke to Us about her own elimination, which came as a surprise to herself and many viewers. 

"That was shocking," she admitted of Soules letting her go. "I was just so unaware and blind going into [it] that that was even an option. That was probably the most confident I felt going into a rose ceremony. When he brought Becca back, my first instinct was 'Oh, I guess Whitney is going home.' That’s how confident I was."

"That’s not a way you want to be broken up with," she added. "So it was tough. It was a tough pill to swallow for me — to be standing there and be so blindsided and not get that respect or courtesy to be asked to step aside and have a legit conversation before he [sent me home]." 

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Soules told Us that eliminating the women has not be easy, though he has had to do it some 29 times now. "Lots of sleepless nights, sleepless flights," Soules told Us of his decision-making process.

The so-called "Prince Farming" told Us that he's still with his chosen winner and that they're "working on establishing a relationship outside of this crazy world." Watch Soules and all of his eliminated contestants on the "Women Tell All" special on ABC on Monday, March 2, at 8/7c. 

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