This week’s episode of The Bachelor left fans hanging with the result of the rose ceremony still to be revealed.
But after the hometown dates, who will be eliminated?
And who will the final 3 be in Season 21 of The Bachelor?
[Do not read any further if you don’t want to know the potential outcome]
That would mean the three women going into the rest of the season would be Rachel Lindsay, Raven Gates, and Vanessa Grimaldi.
Next week will then see the three whittled down to two as they head with Rick Viall to Finland where they cozy up in the cold.
Here’s a quick run-down of (potentially) the remaining three contestants from the original Season 21 cast…
We did a profile of Lindsay last week, which revealed she is definitely not your usual Bachelor contestant material.
The 31-year-old is a qualified attorney, with lots of experience under her belt, but looks like she has decided on trying something new out — namely reality TV.
In a massive spoiler for the series, ABC have already revealed Rachel is the next Bachelorette.
Raven is a 25-year-old fashion boutique owner from Hoxie, AR. She runs the boutique, called Grey Suede, in Jonesboro, AR, and started it off her own back with just $1,000.
A former prom queen, she has a growing following on Instagram after appearing on The Bachelor. Apparently she likes hunting ducks, as evidenced by one photo she put up.
She’s been a big supporter of Rach on Twitter after the news broke of her becoming the next Bachelorette.
Vanessa, 25, hails from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is a special education teacher. Nick called her “a keeper” after finding out she could speak French — like lots of other people in Canada.
She can also speak Italian, and as you might guess by her surname she also has a penchant for Italy’s food. She loves fitness, and often posts pics of her keeping healthy on her Instagram, where she has more than 335,000 followers.
But who will Nick choose?
With Rachel now confirmed as the next Bachelorette, and if Reality Steve is correct, it’s down to either Raven or Vanessa. Tune in to The Bachelor over the next two weeks to find out.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.
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