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‘Bachelor’ alum Colton Underwood recreates that infamous fence jump

What would Chris Harrison say? Colton Underwood just jumped the fence. Again. 

The “Bachelor” alum, 27, recreated this season’s infamous fence jump that had fans reeling during an appearance Wednesday on “Busy Tonight.”

Host Busy Philipps and guests Brittany Snow and Dewanda Wise put together a makeshift “Busy Tonight” Bachelor Mansion, complete with mini-sized versions of franchise staples: a helicopter and a hot tub. “Bachelor” super-fan Brittany Snow assumed the role of Harrison with a suit and tie over her dress and “comfortable shoes in case someone makes a run for it,” referencing Underwood’s brief disappearance in a later episode this past season. 

But what’s a rose ceremony with out a bachelor? Enter this season’s star, Colton Underwood. 

After a dramatic pep talk from Snow, it was time for Underwood to hand out his final rose to either Philipps or Wise. 

“Well, you know, I ended my season and I’m very happy with (‘Bachelor’ winner and girlfriend) Cassie (Randolph), so I don’t think I need a final rose,” he revealed in what Harrison would probably dub the most shocking turn of events in “Busy Tonight” history.

“I think I’m just going to get out of here,” Underwood continued, before leaping over a picket fence set decoration and running offstage. It wasn’t quite as high of a jump as the original, but Philipps and her guests were still pretty impressed. 

With the Bachelor once again gone, Philipps settled for a happier ending and shared the remaining roses with both of her guests instead. 

More: The Bachelorette star for 2019 is … (drumroll, please)

More: ‘Bachelor’ couple Colton and Cassie sport matching jerseys: ‘Future Mrs.’ and ‘Underwood’

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