'Bachelorette' 2016 Spoilers: JoJo Fletcher's Final Rose Ceremony May Have A Shocker, 'Reality Steve' Teases

Stacy Carey

It is almost time for JoJo Fletcher to begin her journey on ABC's The Bachelorette 2016 season, as the premiere airs on Monday, May 23. JoJo is still filming, and she should be down to her last three bachelors at this point. Reality Steve's spoilers have been detailing quite a bit of scoop along the way and he just shared one tidbit that is sure to get fans buzzing. What's the latest?

There is almost always an engagement at the final rose ceremony these days on both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, but Reality Steve's spoilers hint that there may be a slightly different scenario playing out during JoJo Fletcher's finale. Although that last rose ceremony will not be filmed for a bit yet, Steve's Bachelorette spoilers tease that he is confident that there will be an engagement coming for JoJo as well. However, he hints that the proposal may not come from the person viewers would expect.

When it comes to that engagement tease, it would seem that there are a couple of different ways that could play out and fit Reality Steve's spoiler tidbit. Could JoJo end up being the one who proposes to her last guy rather than the other way around? Or, could it be that the guy that everybody will expect to be Fletcher's pick ultimately isn't, and a proposal comes from someone perceived to be a backup choice? If that is the way things go, it would not be the first time that the lead ended up with someone viewers did not anticipate.

Bachelorette spoilers indicate that Fletcher's final four guys are Jordan Rodgers, Luke Pell, Chase McNary, and Robby Hayes. Reality Steve's spoilers have teased for some time now that much of the Season 12 filming has essentially been the "JoJo and Jordan" show, and given Rodgers' link to professional football, plenty of fans suspect that he could end up being her ultimate pick. However, some are starting to wonder if things are about to veer off-course.

Despite plenty of doubters at the time, Desiree and Chris ended up getting married, and they just announced that they are expecting their first child. Prior to Desiree's season, Ali Fedotowsky and Deanna Pappas both experienced front-runners leaving on their own at the stage of the overnight dates, shaking up their final rose ceremony choice as well. Is JoJo about to experience something similar?

It may well be that whatever chaos is taking place during the filming of Fletcher's season is far less dramatic. Show creator Mike Fleiss has been teasing that the hometown dates were quite interesting, and it seems that JoJo's elimination from four guys down to three was quite difficult.