The Bachelor's next episode is right around the corner. As viewers saw last week, Arie became acquainted with 29 attractive and intelligent bachelorettes following one sweet or strange introduction after the next.
Arie gave his First Impression Rose to Chelsea Roy and then handed out the Rose Ceremony's first rose to Becca Kufrin.
By the end of the premiere, Arie had to eliminate eight women, leaving 21 bachelorettes in the running for the 36-year-old pro racing driver and real estate agent's heart.
But let's skip ahead to the end of the season for those who can't wait to find out whether Arie is engaged! Did Arie find "the one" on his televised journey to find love?
[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading now if you don't want to learn the significant details of Arie's season that have been leaked].
According to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, Arie's emotional rollercoaster ends with a proposal!
Carbone claims that Arie gave his final rose -- as well as a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring -- to Becca K., a 27-year-old senior account executive from Minneapolis, MN, at the final Rose Ceremony, which was filmed in Cusco, Peru.
"As I say every season, you can choose to believe that information or not... I'm just telling you you're going to hear me reference Becca all season as the winner, and yes, they are engaged," Carbone wrote in a blog post. "Will it last? Who knows?"
Becca is the brunette beauty who managed to get Arie to kneel down on one knee during the premiere. She jokingly asked Arie to propose to her, and so it's ironic that Becca was the first girl and will be the last girl to get Arie on bended knee.
Becca graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2012 with a B.S. in Mass Communications, and prior to appearing on The Bachelor, she worked for a technology public relations firm called Skyaa.
The dog mom also had a heartfelt story to tell Arie, as her father sadly passed away when she was 17-years-old but her mother is happily in remission from breast cancer.
Arie therefore probably found it extremely difficult to dump his runner-up bachelorette, and Carbone says the woman that left heartbroken in second place was Lauren Burnham, a 25-year-old saleswoman from Dallas, TX.
Lauren didn't receive much screentime during The Bachelor premiere, but fans will clearly see more of her in the weeks to come.
Lauren worked for Vonage in sales prior to appearing on The Bachelor, and she had graduated from Old Dominion University in 2015 with a B.S. in Psychology after also taking courses at Central Washington from 2010 to 2011.
So which girl finished in third place after enjoying an overnight Fantasy Suite date with the Season 22 The Bachelor star?
Carbone claims that bachelorette was Kendall Long, who unfortunately got the boot after traveling to Ica, Peru.
Kendall, a 26-year-old set dresser from Los Angeles, CA, was shown serenading Arie with a song on her ukulele during the show's premiere. She also has a quirky obsession with taxidermy.
Kendall, who graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2014 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, never received a one-on-one date all season, so it will probably surprise fans that she makes it so far!
And the bachelorette who finished in fourth place was Tia Booth, according to Carbone.
Tia, a 26-year-old physical therapist from Little Rock, AR, was therefore ousted after Arie flew to Arkansas and met her family.
Tia -- who graduated from Arkansas St. University -- was the bachelorette who handed Arie a wiener figuring, joking that she hoped he didn't have one already. The joke went over Arie's head, but he told the press after the season's debut that he thought it was really funny.
"The Bachelor transports Becca K., via a slick motorcycle ride, to a breathtaking oceanside Malibu mansion, where celebrity fashion designer Rachel Zoe works her magic on Arie's date," ABC teased.
Arie will lure away Becca for a Cinderella-style date, and she will be afforded the opportunity to try on a number of gowns by Rachel Zoe -- giving Arie a private fashion show. Arie will amaze Becca will special gifts, all culminating into one big surprise.
The other one-on-one date will belong to Krystal Nielson, a 30-year-old fitness coach from San Diego, CA.
"Krystal looks to a possible future with the Bachelor when she visits his hometown of Scottsdale, Arizona, and meets his family. But she is concealing a dark secret that might scare Arie away," ABC teased.
Krystal and Arie will be shown jumping on a private plane to Scottsdale, where she'll get a taste of what Arie's real life is like and be introduced to his father, mother and younger brother.
Krystal will find herself envious of Arie's close-knit family, and at dinner that evening at the historic Bradbury building, Krystal will recount a heartbreaking story about her brother that brings her to tears.
"Afterwards, as the couple slow dance to a performance by soulful singer Connor Duermit, she wonders if her dark family situation will scare Arie away," ABC says.
However, Carbone claims that both Becca and Krystal will receive a rose during their one-on-one dates.
Arie will also be shown enjoying a demolition derby group date with 15 women, which means four bachelorettes won't enjoy a date at all.
The group date will feature the women banging their cars into one another until only one is left with a working vehicle.
One woman is traumatized by her past experience with bumper cars, but most of the women embrace the opportunity to unleash some healthy aggression. The intense competition will continue later that night when girls fight for Arie's attention and affection.
At the cocktail party, two women will square off, and the Rose Ceremony will conclude with Arie allegedly eliminating three women -- Valerie Biles, a 25-year-old server from Nashville, TN; Lauren Griffin, a 26-year-old executive recruiter from Los Angeles, CA; and Jenny Delaney, a 25-year-old graphic designer from Chicago, IL.
Below is the full list of 21 bachelorettes who are still in the running for the Bachelor's heart: