The Bachelorette Season 11 is just getting underway, but spoilers indicate that fans are in for a shocking ending, with Kaitlyn Bristowe's final rose ceremony ending in complete disaster for not just one, but two cast members.
The season premiere airs tonight on ABC, with 25 guys making a choice between Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson. Although the results of their votes will not be revealed until Tuesday night, the word is already out that most of the guys chose to keep Kaitlyn on as this season's Bachelorette.
In an unexpected twist, the happily ever after only happens for the rejected Bachelorette, Britt. According to Reality Steve, Britt started dating one of the contestants, Brady Toops, shortly after the premiere was filmed. Kaitlyn's journey to find love on a reality TV show didn't end quite so well – she channeled her inner Brad Womack at the final rose ceremony, dumping the final two guys.
"Kaitlyn rejected both [guys] and left the show as a single woman, choosing not to continue on with either of them."Even more shocking? One of the final two guys is Andi Dorfman's ex, Nick Viall. Once again, Nick makes it to the end only to have his heart broken. The other guy who gets rejected is rumored to be Shawn Booth – he was so sure he'd win that he quit his job before going on the show.
Of course, fans won't be absolutely sure how this season plays out until the finale airs on July 27, but Reality Steve's track record with spoilers have been spot on for several seasons now. According to WetPaint, he was wrong about the ending of two seasons of the Bachelorette (Ali Fedotowsky and Desiree Hartsock), and both of Brad Womack's seasons of the Bachelor.
"Now that the spoiler is officially out there, I fully expect Kaitlyn/Nick/Shawn to start dropping clues that the spoiler is wrong. Whatever they do, it'll all be for naught. This is the ending of the show. They can't change it."Kaitlyn Bristowe appears to be a no-nonsense woman who knows what she's looking for. If the spoilers turn out to be correct, fans should be thrilled to see a woman who doesn't get engaged just to give fans a happy ending.
This season sounds like a hot mess, with male strippers, drunks, and broken-hearted Nick Viall. Rest assured that it won't be the last time fans will see some of the Kaitlyn's rejected suitors – Bachelor in Paradise 2 to is set to premiere August 2.
The two-night season premiere of the Bachelorette begins at 9 p.m. ET on Monday, May 18. Watch the entire season on your local ABC TV channel, or live online using the Watch ABC app.