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‘The Bachelor’ 2016 Spoilers — Order Of Rose Ceremony Eliminations After Episode 7 Of Ben Higgins’ Season

Ben Higgins is really getting down to the end of things for the 2016 season of The Bachelor, and ABC hasn’t been able to keep things a secret. It is known who the winner and chosen one will be in the season finale, but there are still four episodes remaining and four women as well after Episode 7. It’s time to check out the order of the rose ceremony eliminations for the rest of this season.

Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the new season of The Bachelor starring Ben Higgins. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.

It’s still not being said by anyone involved in the show, and other outlets are trying to keep the ending of the ABC show a secret. For instance, Ben Higgins headed out to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to hand out roses and steal the hearts of the kids, according to Us Weekly.

No one can say that he’s a bad guy at all, and this just goes to say a lot about the character of Ben Higgins. The Bachelor knew what they were doing when they picked him for the show, and it’s working.

Episode 8 – Airing Feb. 22

Amanda Stanton is eliminated.

These will be the hometown dates where Ben Higgins heads all around the country to date the final four women – Amanda Stanton, Caila Quinn, Lauren Bushnell, and JoJo Fletcher. No more roses given out on individual dates or group dates. It’s just four dates and then one is sent home at the end of the show.

Stanton was the first hometown date for Ben Higgins, and he met up with her on a private beach in California. He did end up meeting both of her young daughters, and it’s going to be interesting to see how they all interacted together.


When all is said and done in Episode 8 though, Stanton will be going home after the hometown dates.

Down to three women

Episode 9 – Airing Feb. 29

Caila Quinn is eliminated.

It’s time for the overnight dates and as revealed by Reality Steve, there are just three women remaining – JoJo Fletcher, Caila Quinn, and Lauren Bushnell. All of these dates will take place at the Sandals Royal Plantation in Jamaica.

Not a whole lot is known about the overnight dates as ABC usually does a good job of keeping this info a secret. Caila Quinn’s date was spoiled on Twitter as some pics showed up of them watching fireworks from in the water after dinner.

Things must not have gone so well though as Caila ends up going home anyway. Oh, and it’s not known if Ben Higgins has sex with one, two, or all three of the women, but time will tell.

Down to two women

Episode 10 – This will be the “Women Tell All” special that is going to air on March 7.

No one is going to be eliminated in this episode obviously, but many of those who have been eliminated in the past will be coming back. They’re going to be able to give their thoughts, opinions, and even sharing some stories that may not be known just yet.

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Ben Higgins may enjoy this episode or he may honestly be dreading it. Sure, all of the episodes are done and have been taped, but there’s no telling what may be exposed or share in this episode.

Episode 11 – Season finale from Jamaica

The finale has it down to JoJo Fletcher vs. Lauren Bushnell, and it’s up to Ben Higgins to decide who he wants to spend his his life with forever, or so they hope. Lots of rumors and false reports and other such things have come out saying different things, but the true winner is known and it’s Lauren B.

They are engaged and they are planning on getting married as is known by the spoilers for this season, but as always, things could change.

Only four episodes are left for the 2016 season of The Bachelor and Ben Higgins has some truly big decisions that need to be made. Well, he’s already made them and the spoilers have told you what he’ll decide to do and who he will choose for each of the rose ceremony eliminations remaining.

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