The Bachelor's Bri Springs Jokes She's 'Trying to Get My Job Back' After Quitting for the Show
The contestant recently told Matt James that she left her job as a communications manager for the "opportunity to find love with someone"
Bri Springs is rethinking leaving that day job.
On Tuesday, the Bachelor contestant joked on her Instagram Story that she was looking to return to her job as a communications manager after recently revealing that she quit her position to go on the dating show.
In the post, Springs is seen standing near a luxurious pool overlooking the ocean while talking on the phone and holding a coffee mug.
"Me on the phone trying to get my job back," she captioned the photo of her laughing.
"A few days ago, I did something really big. I had to resign from my position to be here," Springs revealed during the final group date of the season.
"I knew that was a decision I was going to have to make but after weighing what this journey could mean for me, to give me that opportunity to find love with someone, with you specifically, I thought it was worth it," she continued. "I knew it was going to be a really hard decision."
As the daughter of a single parent, Springs said she saw her mother make sacrifices often.
"She had to make a lot of sacrifices for me to have a better life than what she had," Springs shared. "And so my work wasn't just a job to me, it felt like a dream. But being here with you makes it feel extremely worth it."
James appreciated the gesture. "That you did that to be here with me is everything," he said.
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At the end of the episode, James gave Springs one of his last roses, earning her a spot in the upcoming hometowns episode.
Along with Springs, Rachael Kirkconnell, Michelle Young and Serena Pitt also received roses to advance to the final four.
The Bachelor airs Mondays (8 p.m. EST) on ABC.