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‘The Bachelorette’ 2017 Spoilers: Complete Order Of Rose Ceremony Results After Episode 3 For Rachel Lindsay

We’re already two weeks into the 2017 season of The Bachelorette, and Rachel Lindsay has already sent home a number of men, but fans didn’t know everything yet. That is all about to change as the well-known spoiler site known as Reality Steve has finally released his full spoilers for the season, and there were some shocking revelations. It is time to check out who went home last night in episode 3 and who will not get a rose throughout the rest of the season as well.

Please note that the following information will contain possible spoilers for the upcoming and new season of The Bachelorette, starring Rachel Lindsay. If you don’t want to know what happens, stop reading now.

Due to the way the taping and airing of the episodes falls, the spoilers are not as easy to come by for Reality Steve and other spoiler sites. Unlike The Bachelor, there is not nearly as much time between the taping of the season finale and the airing of the season premiere.

While three episodes are already in the books, there are still eight more episodes of The Bachelorette to enjoy.

Reality Steve has the full scoop on all of the rose ceremony eliminations for the 2017 season of The Bachelorette, and it’s time to check them out.

Episode 1 – Aired May 22

  • Blake K.
  • Grant
  • Jedidiah
  • Michael
  • Kyle
  • Mo
  • Rob
  • Milton

Down to 23 men

Episode 2 – Aired May 29

This is another episode that has already taken place, but it is being included in this writing as Reality Steve has just released all of his spoilers. The men sent home last week were these unfortunate hopefuls.

  • Lucas “Whaboom” Yancey
  • Jamey Kocan
  • Blake Elarbee
  • DeMario Jackson

Now, DeMario Jackson caused plenty of drama during his short amount of time on The Bachelorette, and he was actually sent home during the group date. He came back during the cocktail party in hopes of getting a second chance, but Rachel sent him home anyway.

Down to 19 men

Episode 3 – Aired June 5

  • Fred Johnson

Fred Johnson did not even make it to the rose ceremony elimination as he will be sent home after the Ellen date, according to Reality Steve.

Down to 18 men

As has become the trend in the last couple of years, ABC has started being very dramatic (more than usual) and using the old “To Be Continued” screen. As recapped by US Weekly, last night’s episode ended without a rose ceremony taking place, but it will start off next week’s show.

Episode 4 – Airing June 12

  • Brady Ervin
  • Kenneth “Diggy” Moreland
  • Bryce Powers

Now, as for those that are meant to go home at the end of Episode 4, be warned that ABC may try to pull another switch yet again.

  • Iggy Rodriguez
  • Jonathan Treece
  • Jack Stone

Like Fred in episode three, Jack Stone won’t make it to the rose ceremony elimination as we’re getting to the point in the season where Rachel just sends guys home randomly. Jack goes on a 1-on-1 date with the leading lady, but he doesn’t make it past that.

Down to 12 or 11 men

Episode 5 – Airing June 19

  • Josiah Graham
  • Lee Garrett

Reality Steve reports that one other guy will go home during this episode, and it is believed to be Kenny King or Anthony. It is believed that both Kenny and Lee could be sent home by Rachel during their 2-on-1 date.

Down to 9 men

Episode 6 – Airing June 26

  • Alex Bordyukov
  • Unknown Guy???
  • Will Gaskins

Will doesn’t make it to the rose ceremony elimination as he will be sent home after his 1-on-1 date.

Down to 6 men

Episode 7 – Airing July 3

  • Matt Munson
  • Adam Gottschalk

Last year, there were some times that ABC switched up dates, and they could do it again due to the Fourth of July holiday. Considering that Monday doesn’t fall on the actual holiday, there shouldn’t be problems this year but always check your local listing to be sure.

Down to 4 men

Episode 8 – Airing July 10, Hometown Dates

Yes, it is at this point that Rachel is down to her final four guys, who are Peter Kraus, Eric Bigger, Dean Unglert, and Bryan Abasolo. These will be the hometown dates, and it is going to be one more selection for Rachel to make as she needs to send another guy packing.

  • Dean Unglert

Down to 3 men

Episode 9 – Airing July 17, Overnight Dates

For the dates taking place in the Fantasy Suite, there will likely be much more coming out about them as time goes on, but details are scarce as of now. It is known that the men head to Dallas first as Rachel’s sister is pregnant, and her family wouldn’t make it to the final rose ceremony to meet the final two men.

So, the final three guys meet her family before heading to Spain for the overnight dates.

  • Eric Bigger

Down to 2 men

Episode 10 – Airing July 24, “Men Tell All” live special

Still at 2 men

Episode 11 – Airing July 31, Season Finale

It is time for the season finale of The Bachelorette, which will pit Peter Kraus against Bryan Abasolo, and that is what Reality Steve truly believes to be the final showdown now. He had to deal with some wrong information at first, but he has now found out the name of the final man to go home.

  • Peter Krause

Yes, that means Rachel is engaged to Bryan Abasolo, but is this 100 percent accurate? As of now, there is no way of knowing with complete certainty, but we can all wait and see.

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ABC is likely going to attempt to have the spoiler sites look as incorrect as possible as they’ve started doing recently. Last season on The Bachelor, ABC used clever editing and cut-away moments with “To Be Continued” screens so that fans would think something shocking was coming.

At the end of the season, virtually everything that was reported by spoiler sites still happened, but anything is possible. Even now, Reality Steve has admitted that his original final three choices for this season of The Bachelorette were incorrect.

Rachel Lindsay started looking for love on reality television during her time on Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor, but it wasn’t meant to be. Now, she has her own season of The Bachelorette, and she is already sending men home during the rose ceremony eliminations, but there are many more to come. As ABC tries to keep the results a secret, Reality Steve has found out everything once again, but do you believe the spoilers?

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