With Episode 5 of the 2016 season of The Bachelor airing on Monday, it leaves just five episodes remaining, not including the “Women Tell All” special. Ben Higgins’ season is already halfway over with the finale set to air from Jamaica on March 14. As of today, there are nine women remaining, but it will be down to six after Episode 6 airs next week. It’s time to check out the spoilers for the rose ceremony eliminations throughout 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.
Five full episodes remain, and there is also the “Women Tell All” special that will bring back many of the women to share their true feelings on Ben Higgins. At the same time, they’re also going to say a word or two about the other contestants, as well.
The season started with 28 women, and a number of them have already been sent home. As of now, there are just nine women remaining for the final episodes, and here is the complete order of rose ceremony eliminations until the finale in mid-March.
Episode 6 – Feb. 8
Olivia Caridi – Eliminated during the 2-on-1 date
After the 2-on-1 date, Leah actually confronts Ben Higgins about being the only person who has not gotten a one-on-one date. She isn’t too thrilled with the whole situation, and it leads up to Ben sending her home.
Down to six women
Episode 7 – Airing Feb. 15
Emily – Eliminated earlier in the episode
— Melanie Van Ness (@Melsue16) October 24, 2015
Down to four women
The final four for this season of The Bachelor have been determined.
Episode 8 – Airing Feb. 22
Her elimination takes the show to the last three women for this season, and they will all get to go on overnight dates in Jamaica. Everyone heads to the Sandals Royal Plantation, and they get their private time with Ben Higgins in Episode 9.
Down to three women
Episode 9 – Airing Feb. 29
Down to two women
Episode 10 – This will be the “Women Tell All” special that is going to air on March 7.
Episode 11 – Finale from Jamaica
So, the final has it down to JoJo Fletcher vs. Lauren Bushnell, and there has been a bit of confusion for quite some time as to who ends up being the overall winner. Even though there is a lot of chaos that has been caused by the ring that was seen on Lauren B.’s finger in an Instagram photo, it had nothing to do with Ben Higgins.
Still, when all is said and done, Yibida has reported that it will be JoJo eliminated last and Ben asking Lauren B. to be his soulmate.
Ben Higgins’ season of The Bachelor is halfway over, and the winner is already known to be Lauren Bushnell; still, it’s fun to watch the rest of the rose ceremony eliminations to see how all of the remaining ladies end up going home.
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