Last night fans of “The Bachelorette” rallied round their television sets to catch a glimpse of what the night would behold, and the “The Bachelorette” final four, but their expectations were dashed.
Instead of seeing a new episode where Rachel Lindsay will have to make a decision on the bachelor she is sending home, all that appeared on the screen was a re-run.
This has got the fans of the ABC reality dating show talking as majority see it as a waste of their precious time while they asked the reason behind coming up with two episodes last week and a rerun this week.
However, while all these were on going our attention was drawn to the fact that we have only six contestants left which brings us to the question, who will be the among the last four standing?
But why is this important? It is because the remaining six guys will get down to four.
And in the game, Four is a significant number for it means hometown dates, where Rachel will meet her four prospective husbands’ families, and next season’s lead is usually selected from the final four.
In the first half of a two-part episode, “The Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay sent home contestants Jack Stone, Iggy, and Jonathan.
Just In part two, the bachelorette sent packing six bachelors: Alex, Anthony, Josiah, Kenny, Will, and Lee. While the remaining six contestants fighting to win her heart over are Adam, Bryan, Dean, Eric, Matt, and Peter.
And according to our previous post, ” among these remaining six, Peter may be out because he really seems to have stolen the heart of fans, but what matters most I think is stealing the heart of Rachel Lindsay.
“More to that, he received a date rose from Lindsey before now, but so did Eric. With the move we can easily conclude that both Peter and Eric are safe in the season 13 episode 7 elimination.
But what about Adam, Bryan, Dean and Matt? Looking at the reactions from some fans, Adam and Matt may not make it to the final four.
Meanwhile, The Bachelorette tells a story about a rose-wielding single woman who looks for Mr. Right among a passel of hunky men, just like on ‘The Bachelor’ but with the gender roles reversed. Original ‘Bachelor’ runner-up Trista Rehn was the first bachelorette, and her selection of Colorado firefighter Ryan Sutter culminated in the three-part special ‘Trista and Ryan’s Wedding.’
Who did you think will make to “The Bachelorette” final four?