When it comes to The Bachelorette, fans are going to watch throughout the entire season, but they really just want to know who is going to win. Their main focus is on seeing which four or five guys are worthy of JoJo Fletcher and how she gets it down to just two and then finally just one man to marry. Well, the rose ceremony eliminations have big parts in all of that, and it’s time to check out who goes home and in what order after tonight’s episode three.
UPDATE: In true ABC style, they didn’t show the rose ceremony eliminations for episode three since it is part of a two-night event this week. They decided to hold the first rose ceremony until the beginning of Tuesday night’s episode and have another scheduled for the end of the episode.
Begin original article————-
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.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) June 2, 2016
People often wonder how a person can actually get close to so many suitors and then actually get the courage to send so many of them packing. Well, JoJo Fletcher knows she has to do it, and here is the order of the eliminations for the rest of the 2016 season of The Bachelorette.
Episode 4 — June 13
- James Fuertas
- Daniel Maguire
- Vinny Venteria
Down To 10 Men
Yes, there are only three men that end up empty-handed in the rose ceremony elimination for Episode 4, but one more man does go home on Tuesday night. Chad Johnson, the villain himself, will be given his walking papers from JoJo while on a two-on-one date.
This ends up leading to a physical fight between him and Jordan Rodgers, as Chad is on his way out the door for good.
Episode 5 — June 20
- Grant Kemp
- Evan Bass
Down To 8 Men
Episode 6 — June 27
- Wells Adams
Wells is the only guy who will end up being sent home during the rose ceremony elimination, but once again, another guy is heading home this night as well.
Derek Peth is sent home while on the two-on-one date with JoJo Fletcher. As Derek gets sent home on this date, Chase McNary is handed a rose and allowed to stick around for a while longer.
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
Once again, the rose ceremony elimination will send only one man home, but two end up leaving during this episode. Alex Woytkiw is also going to head home, but it will happen before the rose ceremony even takes place.
Down To 4 Men
Episode 8 — Air dates not yet confirmed
- Luke Pell
Here is where some confusion came about as Reality Steve originally said that it would be Chase McNary eliminated after the hometown dates and Luke Pell would make it to the Fantasy Suite. Well, that has since been corrected and reversed as Luke is sent home after the hometown dates and Chase makes it to the overnight dates.
More pics of JoJo and Robby from Cap’s on the Water in St. Augustine… pic.twitter.com/bF7FnwxARt
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) April 22, 2016
Down To 3 Men
Episode 9 — July 18
In this episode, the Fantasy Suite will be put into use and not a whole lot is known as of this time. All that has been confirmed is that JoJo will have overnight dates with each of the final three guys before sending one of them home.
- Chase McNary
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 nothing happening with the two finalists, Jordan Rodgers and Robby Hayes. This is going to be extremely interesting as many are wondering just what Chad may have to say when on the spot and ready to talk.
Down To Still 2 Men
Episode 11 – Season Finale
Two guys remain and the leading lady has to figure out who she believes is right for her — Robby Hayes or Jordan Rodgers. There is always the possibility that there could be a swerve or changes or false information leaking out, but as it stands, JoJo is going to choose Jordan Rodgers as her man.
Yes, JoJo and Jordan are now engaged. Hollywood Take is on board with this news and believes that the man who kissed JoJo on night one is going to win her hand at the end of the season. Maybe the ultimate swerve is coming, but it really does seem as if the final rose ceremony elimination in the 2016 season of The Bachelorette will have Robby Hayes going home alone and Jordan Rodgers going home with JoJo on his arm.
[Photo by Craig Sjodin/ABC/Getty Images]