Opening up about Angie's decision to give the final red rose to Carlin Sterrit, Timm said he was just as shocked as the rest of Australia when she turned him down.
"When I first went in there I went in with an open mind, I actually didn't think it would happen. Next thing I know I was swept off my feet," he said. "I deadset thought 100 per cent that I was going to win, that I was going to be ending up with her."
While he doesn't regret wearing his heart on his sleeve and telling the former Gogglebox star he was in love with her, Timm revealed it felt strange to be so open on national television.
"It was one of the hardest things I've ever done in my life. It was good, it was just really hard to be so vulnerable and open," he dished.
Last night, in possibly the most heartbreaking farewell we've seen on The Bachelorette, like, ever, a sobbing Angie broke the news to Timm through tears.
A tearful Angie didn't get how he could be so calm.