‘The Bachelorette’ 2016 Spoilers — Order Of Rose Ceremony Eliminations After Season Premiere Of JoJo Fletcher’s Season

Tonight is the season premiere of the 2016 season of The Bachelorette, and JoJo Fletcher is looking for love. She is looking for it all in one place, though, as her 26 options are going to be presented to her by ABC. She then has to choose who will make it into the final four and then the single man who will have her hand. JoJo is going to make many decisions during the rose ceremony eliminations this season, and now you can know the order of all of them ahead of time.

Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the new and upcoming season of The Bachelorette starring JoJo Fletcher. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.

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Everyone is ready for tonight’s season premiere, but ABC knows that after the fans meet all the guys, they will want to know how long their favorites last this season.

After tonight’s season premiere, there will be just 20 guys remaining of the original 26, and then it’s on to next week and JoJo’s next round of rose ceremony eliminations. Those that will be going home tonight are Jon Hamilton, Jake (not Pavelka), Coley Knust, Sal DeJulio, Nick S., and Peter.

Reality Steve has the full scoop on the rest of the season of The Bachelorette, and there will be more details coming each week with each new episode. For the quick rundown, though, here is a list of all the rose ceremony eliminations and who goes home each week after tonight’s season premiere.

Episode 2 – May 10

  • James Spadafore
  • Brandon Howell
  • Will Hadluch

Down to 17 men

Episode 3 – June 6

  • Ali Zahiri
  • Christian Bishop
  • Nick Benvenutti

Down to 14 men

Episode 4 – June 13

  • James Fuertas
  • Daniel Maguire
  • Vinny Venteria

Down to 10 men

Now, at this point, Reality Steve says there are 11 suitors remaining after the fourth episode, but then when he begins his spoilers for Episode 5, there are just 10. The reason for this is that Chad Johnson goes home during the 2-on-1 date in episode four.

Episode 5 – June 20

  • Grant Kemp
  • Evan Bass

Down to 8 men

Episode 6 – June 27

  • Wells Adam

While only one guy goes home during the rose ceremony elimination, there will be another eliminated during the episode. Derek Peth is sent home while on the two-on-one date with JoJo Fletcher. Chase McNary ends up getting the rose on that one.

Down to 6 men

Episode 7 – This is set to take place on July 4, but it may be delayed due to the holiday

  • James Taylor

Alex Woytkiw will be eliminated earlier in the episode while on his 1-on-1 date with JoJo.

Down to 4 men

Episode 8 – Air dates not yet confirmed

  • Chase McNary

Down to 3 men


Episode 9 – July 18

This will be the episode with the Fantasy Suite dates and it was filmed in Hua Hin, Thailand. Not a lot of details are known about the overnight dates as of yet, but JoJo does have one with each of the three remaining suitors on The Bachelorette.

  • Luke Pell

Down to 2 men

Episode 10 – July 25

This will be the “Men Tell All” special, where there will be a lot of secrets spilled and no rose ceremony eliminations.

Down to still 2 men

Episode 11 – Season Finale

This is when everything is done and it will be time for JoJo Fletcher to make her final choice on The Bachelorette. When all is said and done, she eliminates Robby Hayes last and goes on to become engaged to Jordan Rodgers.

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Please know that some things may change here and there depending on how ABC edits its episodes. If they choose to prolong the drama in one episode, then the rose ceremony eliminations may carry over to the next one. Still, this is the order that the men will be leaving the show, and how JoJo Fletcher gets rid of each of them before choosing Jordan Rodgers as her husband-to-be on The Bachelorette.

[Image via Craig Sjodin/ABC]