"The Bachelorette" finale saw an unexpected turn between Zac Clark and Tayshia Adams.
In the second part of the reality show's Season 16 finale, the 30-year-old California native was left with two red roses--one for the 6-foot-1 stunner and the other one for Ivan Hall.
After a grueling decision, she chose the 36-year-old Clark who hails from Haddonfield in Camden County and sent home the 28-year-old soft-spoken scientist early after the reappearance of Ben Smith (who didn't get the final rose in the end).
In a heart-to-heart talk, Adams told Hall her observations, making their relationship impossible to work with--and this includes their religious differences.
"I wish I could say that there were a lot of red flags prior to this week. And there haven't been," she continued, adding, "It's just like, at the end of the day, religion's part of my morals and my beliefs."
As for her future with Zac Clark, she got honest and talked about her fears of being engaged again after her failed marriage.
"I don't know if I'm doing the right thing. I have been down this road before, and I never want to experience that heartache that I did in my first marriage," the TV personality mentioned.
"The Bachelorette" Finale: Proposal
Before popping the question, Zac Clark shared a heartfelt message for Tayshia Adams.
He began by saying how the California native helped him be happy and grow as a person.
"You've helped me experience a love I didn't know existed, and you've made me smile more than anyone has ever made me smile," he started his monologue before the proposal.
He then told her why she loved her--for being a "fighter" and a "strong, independent woman."
In the end, Clark made a promise to stay true and loyal to her before getting down on one knee and asking her to marry him.
"I love you because you believe in me. I love you because you're a total dork. And I love you because you drive me absolutely wild. I love everything about you. And I listened when you spoke of the importance of loyalty. I promise to be loyal to you," Clark shared.
With her teary eyes, she screamed, "Yes! Yes a thousand times! Love you!"
As soon as she gave Clark her final rose, she happily announced that moment was the "best day" of her life and introduced him as her fiance as she gushed to the camera.
Fans Congratulate Tayshia Adams' "The Bachelorette" Engagement
Meanwhile, fans flocked to Twitter as they cheered Zac Clark and Tayshia Adams' engagement.
"Dare I say this is the best proposal is Bachelorette...history...? I'm swooning," one fan wrote.
On the other hand, Season 14 alum Jason Tartick congratulated the people behind the show for the successful "The Bachelorette" finale and season overall.
"ABC casting directors, well effin done! Phenomenal Bachelorette's and top notch cast...minus a couple. Great freakin season!"