Some say that they haven’t been able to connect with the guys or the leading lady on the 2016 season of The Bachelorette, but it is certainly not hurting the ratings. JoJo Fletcher will have made it through seven episodes and sent 22 men home. That leaves just four men and four episodes for her to find the man of her dreams, and here are how the rest of the rose ceremony eliminations will go for this summer.
Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the current season of The Bachelorette in the summer of 2016. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) July 3, 2016
After these beautiful and heartfelt dates, the leading lady on The Bachelorette sends home Alex Woytkiw and James Taylor to get it down to the final four. Yes, in Episode 7, she sends home the two guys she ended up getting an extra rose for in Episode 6 so she could keep both.
That leaves just Luke Pell, Jordan Rodgers, Robby Hayes, and Chase McNary from this point on.
Episode 8 — July 18
For the hometown dates, JoJo does go out with each of the remaining four men and she has a great time with each one of them. Each of the dates are said to go extremely well and it ends up being a very hard decision for the lovely lady to make, but she has to let someone go.
Even though the date in Texas with Luke is said to go very well and ends up a very romantic time, he is not given a rose and is sent home.
- Luke Pell
Now, when Reality Steve first gave out his spoilers a few months ago, he had Chase McNary eliminated and Luke making it to the final three. In late May, he changed it and said that those were wrong and reversed things, but that leaves a bit of doubt hanging out there.
If the spoilers are accurate now, though, rumor has it that Luke could go on to be the next lead on The Bachelor, as Hollywood Take predicts.
Down To Three Men
Episode 9 — July 25
The final three men seeking the ultimate prize are in Thailand with JoJo, and they are hoping to be the one that makes it to the final two. Only two of them will be able to move forward for the Fantasy Suite dates, but who will it be out of Robby Hayes, Chase McNary, and Jordan Rodgers?
There is not much yet known about the Fantasy Suite dates, but one thing that is certain is that JoJo is going to spend the night with each of the three men. Once that is over, though, it’s decision-making time and she will have to send one man home brokenhearted.
- Chase McNary
Down To Two Men
Episode 10 — July 26
This is going to be the Men Tell All special, so no one is going to go home, but plenty of drama is going to be brought forth. The date for this episode has already been changed a number of times so far due to the 2016 NBA Finals and the Fourth of July holiday, but now, the date is known.
It was expected that it would air the night before the final episode of 2016, but look for it on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
When it comes time for it to air, be prepared for some anger, villainy, and possibly a lot of eating once Chad Johnson returns to show his face. A number of other guys will be back, but everyone wants to know what is happening with Chad, and if he will really get his own spinoff show.
Down To Still Two Men
Episode 11 — Season Finale – August 1
At the very end of it all, there will be two men facing off with one another to win the ultimate prize and that is the woman of their dreams. Some have questioned the intentions of both men on this season of The Bachelorette, but no matter what, one of them is going to win and it will be Jordan Rodgers winning over Robby Hayes.
ABC does like to mix things up at times and let the spoiler reports know that they aren’t always right. They’ll sometimes edit episodes so that something happens in the next week when it was supposed to happen this week, so please know that is always a possibility.
Once Episode 7 is over, there will be just the final four remaining on The Bachelorette, and it’s going to be up to JoJo Fletcher to break the hearts of three of them. When all is said and done, the spoilers say it will be Jordan Rodgers getting engaged to JoJo and starting their forever-after, but are they accurate? Some of them have been wrong in the past and even this season, but if things go the way they’re expected to go, it’s going to be Team Jo-Jo ready for nuptials.
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