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With every season of the Bachelor, Reality Steve is always on hand to provide fans with spoilers well before the episodes air which include not only complete breakdowns of each episode, but eliminations and even who the eventual winner is. When Nick Viall was named this season’s Bachelor over Luke Pell, many viewers were not pleased, but others are cheering Nick on in the hopes that the fourth time is the charm for the former Bachelorette runner-up. Keep in mind, there are never any guarantees that Reality Steve’s spoilers are correct, and he has been both right and wrong in the past, but his track record is very good. So, if you just can’t wait to find out which beauty Nick picks this season keep reading for his final six and winner.
Danielle Maltby ends up being one of the frontrunners for most of Nick’s season and unsurprisingly she makes to the final six. Maltby is a 31-year-old neonatal nurse from Nashville, Tennessee, who tragically lost her fiance before the two could get married, and comes close to winning Nick’s heart. In episode seven, which airs on February 13th, Nick and Danielle go on a 1-on-1 date while the group is in the Bahamas, and it is during the date when Nick eliminates her which is reportedly very difficult for her.
Kristina Schulman seems very much Nick’s type so it isn’t too surprising that the 24-year-old dental hygienist from Kentucky makes it to Nick’s final six. As one of the final six, Kristina also gets to be one of the ladies who accompanies Nick to the Bahamas, but unfortunately for her, it doesn’t take too much longer before he decides she isn’t the one. Episode seven ends up being pretty dramatic, as after the mid-date elimination of Danielle M., Nick reportedly goes to the girl’s room ahead of the rose ceremony to eliminate Kristina right then and there. While two girls are sent packing in the episode, there actually doesn’t end up being a rose ceremony because of these rather ruthless eliminations.
After the quick eliminations of the previous episode, Corinne Olympios ends up being one of Nick’s final four. In episode eight, the 24-year-old business owner from Miami, Florida, is eliminated after Nick gets a special visit from none other than Andi Dorfman who apparently offers him advice. With her placement in the elimination, there are already talks of Corinne being the next Bachelorette, but that decision is still a long ways off.
With his three finalists narrowed down, the remaining women along with Nick head off to Lapland, Finland, for the overnight dates and remaining rose ceremonies. Rachel Lindsay — who is a 31-year-old attorney from Dallas, Texas, ends up being one of those final three, and comes awfully close to winning Nick’s heart. While there is no telling exactly how the overnight dates go, it seems sparks don’t fly between Nick and Rachel Lindsay as he ends up eliminating her at the rose ceremony, leaving Raven and Vanessa as his final two!
Fans are going to have to wait to find out who Nick chooses because, between Rachel’s elimination and the finale episode, the Women Tell All episode will be airing. When episode eleven finally airs in mid-March fans will finally find out whether it is Raven or Vanessa. Although it seems Nick and the 25-year-old boutique owner from Hoxie, Arkansas, grow close over the season, she is not the one for him as he breaks her heart in the final rose ceremony.
Like many of the previous seasons, it is made fairly evident early on that Nick really likes Vanessa Grimaldi, a 39-year-old special education teacher from Montreal, Canada, so it won’t be surprising that she is given the final rose in Finland. Not only is Nick confident enough to give her the final rose, but he also proposes and the two become engaged immediately! While this season is sure to throw in some twists, once again it seems the favorite from the beginning is the winner, much like Ben Higgins’ season with Lauren Bushnell and JoJo Fletcher’s with Jordan Rodgers. Of course, only time will tell if Reality Steve is spot on, and if the pair remain together!