‘The Bachelor’ big ‘After The Final Rose’ announcement revealed.
“The Bachelor” 2017 spoilers have been running wild thanks to tonight’s huge finale. Of course, the promos haven’t been helping matters any. The latest TV spots for the finale and the “After The Final Rose” special promise a “historic” announcement and and a “Bachelor first” on the live aftershow Monday night, but what could it be?
Warning: Major ‘Bachelor’ Spoilers Below!
While speculation has been circulating all week about who “The Bachelor” 2017 winner will be, and which one of the women Nick Viall will pick, the big “After The Final Rose” announcement has been highly buzzed about. Now, Reality Steve says it’s not what you would expect.
The spoiler site claims that the big announcement, which is also a “Bachelor first,” doesn’t have anything to do with Nick Viall, his alleged winner, Vanessa Grimaldi, or even the rumored runner-up, Raven Gates. Instead, it’s all about the new “Bachelorette,” Rachel Lindsay. Rachel is reportedly being surprised on tonight’s show by meeting (at least some of) the men who will appear on her season, which will begin airing in May.
Rachel Lindsay is in for a surprise tonight!
This means that Rachel will meet, at least some, of the men who will be competing for her heart on the next season of “The Bachelorette,” before they jump out of their limo’s at the mansion. This is very interesting, because it gives Rachel a first impression before the first impression rose, it also gives her time to do a little digging on the men to look up any and everything from their pasts.
Reality Steve even gave his readers a big spoiler by revealing one of the men, a hunky Russian 28-year-old from Michigan named Alex Bordyukov. Check out his Instagram here. Other than that, it seems that Nick Viall and rumored winner Vanessa Grimaldi will lay it on thick for the “After The Final Rose” show following the big “Bachelor” Season 21 finale.
What are your thoughts on Rachel Lindsay meeting her “Bachelorette” guys early? Do you think “After The Final Rose” should focus solely on Nick Viall and “The Bachelor” finale winner?