Emily Maynard has whittled her potential suitors down to three or two guys as we speak. So now it’s time for us to do a bit more confident forecasting and offer up some pretty juicy spoilers; exactly who is eliminated and when.
We also get to find out where the dates take place, which has been fun to know. And I can put you out of your misery and tell you how much more of the intensely annoying Kalon we have to endure, courtesy of Reality Steve. The rest of the spoilers are collated and cross referenced between an awful lot of blogs and production company sources.
I don’t think it’s ever been this difficult to get ‘Bachelorette’ spoilers but that has made the discovering of them all the sweeter as there were a couple of guys I really wanted to see the back of this season.
So here we go, starting with the very next episode:
Episode 4: Bermuda (13 down to 10)
Doug gets a 1-on-1 date with Emily around St. George and they visit King Square where a group of Bermuda Gombeys are dancing. Doug gets a rose.
The group date involves boat racing in two teams of four and the way they are split it’s so frustrating as I couldn’t decide which team to cheer for! Yellow team: Arie, Jef and Ryan, and Kalon. Red team: Sean, Travis, Chris, and Charlie. On balance I guess I prefer the Yellow team which is a good thing, as they win the race.
John and Nate get a 2-on-1 date on a yacht which docks at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Resort. They go cliff diving, as we know from the season promo. Nate is eliminated on the date.
At the rose ceremony, Michael and Charlie are eliminated.
Episode 5: England (10 down to 8 )
The 1-on-1 date this episode goes to Sean Lowe; it’s a bus tour of London then dinner at the Tower of London. Sean gets a rose.
For the group date of 8 guys (Ryan, John, Doug, Kalon, Chris, Alejandro, Travis and Arie) they rehearse a scene from ‘Romeo & Juliet.’ FINALLY, this will be where Emily tells Kalon to ‘get the f*** out!’ Yes, yes, yes, he’s eliminated.
For me this episode is a double delight as Jef also gets a 1-on-1 date. Not sure where it is but they are making out in water at some point.
Alejandro also gets eliminated this episode, so Emily finally gets rid of the two guys not ready to be fathers to Ricki in one go.
Episode 6: Croatia (8 down to 6)
Travis gets a 1-on-1 tour of Old Town Dubrovnik. Then for the group date, Emily and six guys (Jef, John, Sean, Doug, Chris, and Arie) watch an advanced screening of ‘Brave,’ a new Pixar movie before a round of Highland games. Ryan gets a 1-on-1 date.
This is possibly the most interesting episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ outside of Emily telling Kalon to get lost. Nothing can top that. But this episode is interesting as it looks like Travis and Ryan, the only two to get one-on-one dates with Emily, are the only two who get eliminated this episode. So there may not even be a rose ceremony.
Episode 7: Prague, Czech Republic (6 down to 4)
Arie and Emily were previously spotted kissing in Prague and we know John painted on the Lennon Wall with Emily. That is the first one-one-one date this episode. Doug, Sean and Chris get a 3-on-1 date at a medieval castle. Doug is eliminated during this date after getting upset one of the other guys got a rose and not him. Sean gets the date rose.
The 1-on-1 date goes to Jef. He and Emily visit the Stratov Library where they make out rolling around on the floor. Jef seemingly didn’t like his hair getting messed up, which I’m not looking forward to because I really want to like Jef because it seems Emily does: a lot.
John gets eliminated.
Episode 8: Hometowns (4 to 3)
I’m not sure what Emily and Chris do although it involves the Wrigley Building.
Emily and Jef have dinner at the ‘Holmstead’ (love that!). We also know that his parents, who are mission presidents for the Mormon Church were not there. They live in Columbia, South Carolina. But we get to meet Jef’s married siblings.
Arie takes Emily two-seater go-kart racing.
Sean Lowe’s date involves a family dinner with his niece and nephew also there.
Chris is eliminated.
So, as we told you a little while ago, Arie, Sean, and Jef are the final three. I don’t know what happens beyond this point yet, except I know that the person eliminated next does not actually leave. Arie, Jef, and Sean all returned home after the final rose ceremony had already been filmed.
There are lots of rumors, of course, but I’m waiting for stronger confirmation before sticking my neck out to say what happens beyond the final three on this year’s ‘The Bachelorette.’ And I’m definitely not just relying on one source!