‘The Bachelorette’ 2017 Spoilers: Complete Order Of Rose Ceremony Results After Episode 4 For Rachel Lindsay
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‘The Bachelorette’ 2017 Spoilers: Complete Order Of Rose Ceremony Results After Episode 4 For Rachel Lindsay

Rachel Lindsay is preparing herself for the fourth episode of her season of The Bachelorette, but the attention and focus are on another series in the reality TV family. Everyone has been paying attention to the drama that has unfolded on the set of Bachelor In Paradise which has actually halted filming and brought about possible charges. Still, there are many rose ceremony eliminations to get to and here are all of them after Episode 4 of The Bachelorette

First things first, The Bachelorette is not on TV tonight due to Game 5 of the NBA Finals. As reported by Bustle, it is set to return next week at its regularly scheduled time.

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.

TMZ has the full scoop on what is known so far, and it is being reported that Corinne Olympios was blackout drunk when getting physical with DeMario Jackson. During the Bachelor In Paradise filming, she blames the producers for not putting a stop to taping their actions even though she was not lucid enough to give consent.

DeMario says he remembers everything and other witnesses say that Corinne was “fully engaged” in what went on in the swimming pool. Corinne has now hired a lawyer to handle the situation and ABC has put a halt to filming until the matter is cleared up.

On another note, The Bachelorette is still going on and Rachel Lindsay has to send a bunch of men home.

Last week, ABC pulled an audible yet again and only had Fred Johnson go home during a group date, but held off on the rose ceremony elimination. If they air things as they should be, six guys should go home in Episode 4: Brady Ervin, Kenneth “Diggy” Moreland, Bryce Powers, Jack Stone, Jonathan Treece, and Iggy Rodriguez.

Fans have now had three episodes go by on the 2017 season of The Bachelorette and there are plenty more to come. Let’s look at the rose ceremony eliminations for the final seven after Episode 4, according to Reality Steve and all of his spoilers.

Episode 5

  • Josiah Graham
  • Lee Garrett

Reality Steve reports that one other guy will go home during this episode of The Bachelorette, and he believes it will be Kenny King or Anthony. There is also the possibility of Kenny and Lee could be sent home by Rachel during their 2-on-1 date.

Down to 9 men

Episode 6

  • Alex Bordyukov
  • Unknown Guy?
  • Will Gaskins

Will Gaskins is sent home after his 1-on-1 date with Rachel which means he doesn’t even get close to a rose.

Down to 6 men

Episode 7

  • Matt Munson
  • Adam Gottschalk

Down to 4 men

Episode 8 – Hometown Dates

  • Dean Unglert

Down to 3 men

Episode 9 – Overnight Dates

The final three guys meet her family in Dallas before heading to Spain for the overnight dates on this season of The Bachelorette.

  • Eric Bigger

Down to 2 men

Episode 10 – The “Men Tell All” Special

Episode 11 – Airing July 31, Season Finale

  • Peter Krause

With the lack of rose for Peter, Rachel will end up engaged to Bryan Abasolo for their happily ever after. Since there is a lot of time until the “After The Final Rose” live special which means anything could happen in their relationship before that point.

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ABC is already attempting 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.

The interesting thing about all of the drama with Bachelor In Paradise is that it is directly connected to Rachel Lindsay’s season of The Bachelorette. It was DeMario Jackson who was just sent home a couple weeks ago who is possible trouble for the issue with Corinne Olympios. While ABC tries to sort that entire mess out, Rachel still has plenty of rose ceremony eliminations to take care of, and you now know the spoilers for all of them.

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