Yes, Gabby Windey And Rachel Recchia’s season of The Bachelorette just kicked off last night.
But already, we have reliable intel on how it all wraps up, thanks to spoiler-master Reality Steve.
So yeah, consider this a final warning for folks who still wish to be surprised by the events of this season.
Major spoilers lie ahead!
We start with the question of how these two will divide their spoils:
Rachel and Gabby started out with 32 suitors — that’s the largest pack of contestants in franchise history.
On Monday’s premiere, they jointly decided to eliminate three men.
Windey and Recchia got rid of a magician and a set of weird twins, one of whom might have had a girlfriend, and one who might have been covering for his brother who had a secret girlfriend.
Obviously, the ladies made the right call, and when they’re working together, their powers are unbeatable.
But according to Reality Steve, Gabby and Rachel won’t be collaborating on their elimination decisions for very long.
In episode three of this season, the men will be forced to choose between Gabby and Rachel.
From that point on, they will only be competing for the affection of one of the women, not both of them.
Never before, have the suitors been given so much power — a fact that might boslter arguments that having two Bachelorettes is sexist.
But that’s a conversation for another time.
You came here for spoilers, and spoilers you shall receive!
Steve has now revealed the identities of both Gabby and Rachel’s final four contestants.
And if you’re a fan of the friendship between the two leads, then it’s time to breathe a sigh of relief — there’s no overlap between their final fours!
Rachel’s top four consist of Aven Jones, Tyler Norris, Zach Shallcross, and Tino Franco.
(The dates and places in parentheses are where and when these guys filmed their hometown dates.)
Initially, Steve was only able to figure out three of Gabby’s final four, but it seems that he’s since identified the fourth lucky guy:
We can now confidently say that Erich Schwer, Jason Alabaster, and Johnny DePhillipo, and Justin Budfuloski are the guys who make it to Gabby’s hometown round.
But that’s not all …
Steve is now reporting that Rachel chooses Tino and Zach for her final two.
He says he’s fairly confident that Gabby goes with Jason and Erich, but he says it’s possible that there’s a third suitor who remains on Gabby’s mind until the finale.
As for who goes home with these two in the end — and whether or not anyone gets engaged — it seems that for once, Steve is at a loss for words.
We’re sure he’ll get ahold of that information long before the finale, but he’s not there yet.
He did reveal, however, that there’s a rocky season ahead, and several of Rachel’s suitors actually rejected her roses and decided to remove themselves from the competition.
We’re sure that’s not an easy thing to go through on national television — but at least she’s got her new BFF Gabby by her side to lend support!