Choosing the one true love of your life is something that is difficult for anyone to do, but it’s even more stressful when millions are watching from around the world. That’s exactly what JoJo Fletcher is having to deal with on this season of The Bachelorette, but she’s doing a pretty good job of realizing who is closest to her heart. The rose ceremony eliminations are getting much shorter, and here is the order for the rest of the 2016 season.
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.
As the season has rolled out, the bachelorette with the fun name has sent a lot of guys home, but it’s getting down to the nitty-gritty now. Here are the remaining rose ceremony eliminations along the way and who will be sticking around once the season is over.
Episode 7 — June 27
- James Taylor
Early on in the episode, Alex W. goes out on a one-on-one date with JoJo and he ends up making the costly mistake of telling her that he loves her. This has happened in the past on other episodes of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, and if you’re not certain the star loves you back, then you shouldn’t say it.
It doesn’t end well for Alex as she sends him home. Later at the rose ceremony elimination, another hard choice is made as James Taylor is sent home. Carter Matt reported that he was causing a bit of drama on the show and on some group dates, but many viewers are still going to be heartbroken by his elimination.
Down To Four Men
Please note that there is scheduled to be a Fourth of July break between Episodes 7 and 8.
Episode 8 — July 11
- Luke Pell
Here is where confusion set in for those that chose to read all of the spoilers for this season of The Bachelorette. When all of the spoilers were first released to the world, Reality Steve reported that Chase McNary was going to be sent home after the hometown dates and Luke made it into the round of three.
Well, those reports were wrong and Reality Steve had to correct himself and switch up those two where Luke goes home and Chase makes it into the final three. Could there be another error in his spoilers somewhere along the way?
Down To Three Men
Episode 9 — July 18
This is one of the big ones and it’s an episode that is highly anticipated by viewers every single season of The Bachelorette. The Fantasy Suite dates can tell so much and also keep everyone guessing all at the same time, but JoJo will be having three of them this season, and yes, she’s going to spend the night with each of the remaining guys.
Someone has to leave, though, and it’s going to lead to a rose ceremony elimination which sees Robby Hayes and Jordan Rodgers becoming the final two guys.
- Chase McNary
Down To Two Men
Episode 10 — July 25
No men will be eliminated in Episode 10 as it’s going to be the “Men Tell All” special where most of the guys sent home this season come back to talk it out. Expect plenty of drama as it’s virtually a given that Chad Johnson will come back to speak his mind, cause some trouble, and eat as much of the free food as possible.
Down To Still Two Men
Episode 11 – Season Finale — August 1
At long last, JoJo is going to have to make her final choice as it’s down to just two men — Robby Hayes and Jordan Rodgers. From the beginning of the season, it was immediately thought that these two were a couple of the frontrunners to be around for the final episode, and here they are.
After all is said and done, it’s going to be Robby as the final elimination and Jordan as the man of JoJo’s dreams.
Everyone needs to remember that ABC does like to pull swerves sometime and edit episodes so things don’t happen when originally expected. That happened in both Episodes 3 and 4 as the network switched things up and edited them so the rose ceremony eliminations didn’t actually happen until the beginning of each of the next week’s shows.
This season of The Bachelorette has been a dramatic one with lots of tears and laughter and drama and Chad. Sure, he was only around for four episodes, but it’s hard to say that he hasn’t become one of the main faces of this season. Still, JoJo Fletcher will end up with Jordan Rodgers when all the rose ceremony eliminations are done, but that’s only if something totally off the wall doesn’t happen.
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