Bachelor spoilers revealing new details about how Clayton Echard's The Bachelor season finishes up have surfaced -- including new spoilers about The Women Tell All reunion, The Bachelor star's Final 2 bachelorettes, and who Clayton may have picked and ended up with as his winner.


[Bachelor Spoilers Warning: This report features new spoilers about how Clayton Echard's season of The Bachelor ends and who Clayton may have ended up with as his winner pick and if he got engaged.]

The Bachelor's next set of episodes are airing as a two-night event on Monday, March 7 and Tuesday, March 8.

The Bachelor: The Women Tell All broadcast airs Monday, March 7 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC, and then Clayton will be shown going on his Fantasy Suite dates the following night also at 8PM ET/PT.

After Clayton confronts a room of his exes on The Bachelor: The Women Tell All, Clayton will be shown enjoying Fantasy Suite dates with his Final 3 bachelorettes.

Clayton's Final 3 women are Gabby Windey, a 30-year-old ICU nurse from Denver, CO; Rachel Recchia, a 25-year-old flight instructor from Clermont, FL; and Susie Evans, a 28-year-old wedding videographer from Virginia Beach, VA.

Clayton determined his last three women standing after sending Serene Russell, a 26-year-old elementary school teacher from Oklahoma City, OH, home.


Serene left the show brokenhearted after Clayton met her family during her hometown dare in Oklahoma.

Serene was even the first bachelorette to tell Clayton, "I love you," and so her ouster left her feeling "shocked."

"I literally told the man I was falling in love with him and in love with him, and if that doesn't do something for him, then there's nothing I can do," Serene said in her final words.

"It sucks, it really does. And I wish it were different. Clayton was able to break down my walls and I gave it my all, so I can feel myself closing back up -- and that's why I have nothing else to say to him."

At this point in the season, however, all of the women left are falling in love with Clayton, and they've all told The Bachelor star that they're "falling" for him with each passing day.

In turn, Clayton is ready to open his heart and find true love after previously guarding himself from the chance of developing strong feelings for more than one person.
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"I am falling in love with all of the women in a different capacity," Clayton told The Bachelor host Jesse Palmer during the latest episode.

"I think I might be. It's exciting, it's scary and it's overwhelming -- but I don't want to hold back anymore."

Clayton determined that he needed to give the women his all because they had been completely vulnerable with him the entire time.

Previews suggest The Women Tell All is going to be explosive and Clayton's Fantasy Suite dates are going to be steamy, so what happens next on The Bachelor?!

How does Clayton's season shake out and does he end up choosing a winner and committing to only one woman?

If so, which bachelorette wins Clayton's heart and receives his final rose, and did the medical sales representative and former college athlete get engaged?

Keep reading for all the spoilers out there about Clayton's season and how it reportedly ends. 

Clayton has confirmed he found love

When Clayton appeared on Good Morning America to discuss his experience as the franchise's leading man in late November 2021, he made a shocking announcement considering leads of the show typical keep this information under wraps until the end.
"I did find love," Clayton confirmed at the time.
"And I was a little skeptical going into the whole journey, but I'm so pleasantly surprised that things worked out much different than what I had thought."

Clayton added, "And I'm so excited to watch it back and have everyone else watch it as well."
Just because Clayton found love on the show, however, that doesn't mean he left The Bachelor in a healthy relationship or engaged.

After all, many former The Bachelor and The Bachelorette stars fell in love with more than one person on their respective seasons.

The Bachelor: The Women Tell All is going to be dramatic

ABC is going to air The Bachelor: The Women Tell All broadcast for Season 26 on Monday, March 7.

There will be drama, laughter and tears when the women of Clayton's season reunite for the first time since filming Season 26.

ABC has teased that 17 women will hash out their differences and confront Clayton about their broken hearts and some of his questionable decisions, especially regarding the season's primary villain Shanae Ankney.

According to Carbone, The Women Tell All episode filmed in Los Angeles, CA, on Wednesday, February 23 and was "explosive" and filled with surprises and accusations.

"There was a lot of arguing, women were called out, there was advocating for mental health," Carbone reported in his February 25 blog post.

"And Clayton, well, Clayton had it pretty rough up there as well. The women vented their frustrations with him and he had to do a lot of apologizing on stage."

Carbone reported that the following women attended the Tell-All: Serene, Teddi Wright, Sarah Hamrick, Mara Agreat, Shanae, Genevieve Parisi, Sierra Jackson, Jill Chin, Lyndsey Windham, Elizabeth Corrigan, Cassidy Timbrooks, Hunter Haag, Kate Gallivan, Marlena Wesh, Kira Mengistu, Claire Heilig, and Eliza Isichei.

Early eliminee Salley Carson, who rejected Clayton's rose before limo entrances, was also reportedly in attendance.

Salley allegedly said that she had been nominated to appear on The Bachelor but had no regrets about joining the cast shortly after her broken engagement.

Carbone claimed that most of the drama was centered around Shanae and the five women -- Teddi, Serene, Sarah, Shanae and Salley -- conducted interviews from the hot seat.

Shanae reportedly said she didn't want to appear on The Women Tell All but was told she "had" to be there, presumably by the producers.

Shanae never apologized for her actions and accused Genevieve of having sex with "Matt the Bartender," a bartender in Toronto, Canada as well as The Bachelorette alum Aaron Clancy, according to Carbone.

Carbone said Shanae called Elizabeth the horrible C-word and made "a bunch more b-tches and hoes" comments. Several women told Shanae to "f-ck off" and nothing apparently got resolved.

When Sarah sat in the hot seat, Teddi called her out for lying about how Clayton had cried with Sarah on a date.


Sarah was accused of having "training" before her The Bachelor appearance, but several women stood up for Sarah and insisted her tears on the show were real and genuine -- not fake as Clayton had implied.

In addition, Cassidy faced criticism for having treated The Bachelor competition like it was a game.

And when Clayton sat in the hot seat, he took some heat from the women and reportedly admitted to having gone about his breakup with Sarah in the wrong way.

Clayton had to explain keeping Shanae around for so long and not listening to any of his bachelorettes' warnings.

"He said he regretted believing Shanae and apologized to everyone," Carbone wrote in his blog. "[Clayton] also apologized to Genevieve for speaking to her how he did" on the two-on-one date with Shanae.

Clayton flat out asked Genevieve if she was an actress and had been lying to him on the show, so Clayton apparently apologized to her for coming on so strong.

Clayton did his best to mend fences with everyone, but he definitely faced a scorned group of ladies.

And finally, Carbone reported that Jesse Palmer made the following curious and bold statement on The Women Tell All: "I don't know how the journey ends."


The Bachelor Fantasy Suite date spoilers

Clayton and his Final 3 bachelorettes fly to Reykjavik, Iceland, for the overnight dates, which will be shown on The Bachelor's two-hour broadcast on Tuesday, March 8.

During a preview that aired following The Bachelor's eighth episode, Clayton is shown kissing Gabby in bed and making out with Susie underneath a waterfall.

"They each enjoy passionate dates filled with all the awe-inspiring landscapes, all the romance the country has to offer, and the opportunity to spend a relationship-changing night together," ABC teased of the special week for Clayton.

Clayton, however, faces the possibility that he may have gone too far in opening himself up to love, "a possibility made all too real when one woman's questions send him reeling."

ABC calls the Fantasy Suites episode "emotionally explosive," and that's because Clayton apparently began to unravel.

Clayton tells more than one woman he's in love with her

The Bachelor process might have worked a little too well for Clayton, who fell head over heels for not one or two, but three women!

During the preview that aired after Episode 8, Clayton tells Susie, "I am in love with you."

A clip then flashes to Rachel yelled, "I love you," to Clayton from a rooftop, and he responds, "I love you too," from down below.

Clayton says in the preview how he didn't want to hurt anybody but he was definitely going to.

"I am in love with each of you," Clayton announces.

Gabby then laments in a confessional, "He told me that he was falling in love with me."

And Rachel cries, "I never thought he could be in love with three of us -- in love!"


Clayton says he was "intimate" with at least two of his bachelorettes

During the trailer that aired during The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All for Michelle Young's season, Clayton is shown standing in front of two ladies -- either his Final 2 bachelorettes or two of his Final 3 women.

"I just want you to know that what I'm about to say is not going to be easy to hear," Clayton announces to Rachel and Gabby.

"I want to be fully, fully transparent, and I know it's not easy to hear, but I was intimate with both of you."

Both women cry, with Rachel curled up on a staircase and Gabby venting in the preview, "I'm done... What the actual f-ck?!"


The drama apparently leaves Clayton feeling "so broken" as he stares at a diamond engagement ring, seemingly unsure of whom to give it to.

Clayton, however, has said in interviews that the trailer didn't provide much context and so people need to wait to see what happens before they make judgments and assumptions about him being "intimate" with multiple women.

Carbone wrote in his blog on December 7 that he didn't think Clayton's revelations derailed anything.

And while Carbone said it looks like Gabby and Rachel were Clayton's Final 2 bachelorettes,  he pointed out, "The only thing we know for sure is that whole scene happens in Iceland."

Carbone said he'd like to think producers are "smarter" than just giving away Clayton's Final 2 bachelorettes in a pre-premiere trailer.

The Bachelor host Jesse Palmer has teased an even bigger shocker to come

After ABC aired the trailer of Clayton saying he had found love with three women and been intimate with two women, Jesse told Us Weekly that the most shocking part of Clayton's journey "is something we don't know about yet."

"You're going to have to tune in and watch," Jesse teased in late January 2022.

Jesse pointed out how The Bachelor's producers and editing team are "very smart" with "respect to what they're putting out and how they're editing everything and putting it together."

"But there are multiple, multiple moments that I think are gonna be very, very eye-opening for our viewers at home," Jesse explained.

And the Season 5 The Bachelor star continued, "I know we always say, 'It's the most dramatic season,' [but] Clayton's season [is] the most dramatic season ever because there's so many things that have never happened before."

The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss says Clayton's season is "totally spoiler proof"

While The Bachelor was airing its seventh episode on February 21, Mike took to Twitter with a jaw-dropping tweet.

"Major Historic Announcement!" The Bachelor creator and executive producer wrote.

"This season's finale of #TheBachelorABC is totally spoiler-proof. No one knows how it will end, cuz it ain't over til it's over! And it ain't over..."


The tweet suggests Clayton did not get engaged at the end of his season, nor did the small-town medical sales representative and former college football player select a winner at the Final Rose Ceremony.

It's possible Clayton's apparent bombshells that he loved three women and was "intimate" with two of them ruined one or all of his relationships -- or at least set The Bachelor star on a non-traditional course for the end of his season.

Clayton's winning bachelorette pick has yet to be reported

There are no credible spoilers out there yet revealing Clayton's winner and if he definitely got engaged at his The Bachelor season's Final Rose Ceremony.

On December 16, Carbon wrote in his blog that he didn't know the ending of Clayton's The Bachelor season yet, although he figured Clayton was "most likely engaged."

"I've heard rumblings about all three since filming ended," Carbone reported at the time.

He added, "I'm leaning towards one person based on info told to me, but again, until I get the confirmation I need, there's no need to tell people what I'm 'hearing.'"

Carbone assured his readers late last year that when he's confident in who Clayton picked, he'd let the world know.

And as of February 21, 2022, Carbone still doesn't know the winner of Clayton's season, or if Clayton ended up with a girlfriend or fiancee at all.

However, new spoilers have emerged about the ending of Clayton's season

Carbone reported on February 21 that he is convinced Clayton is NOT with Rachel, that he didn't pick Rachel in Iceland or leave Iceland with her.

Carbone is now also pretty sure Clayton did not get engaged at the end of Season 26.

While Carbone hasn't heard anything about the status of Clayton's relationship -- or lack thereof -- with Gabby and Susie, sources have informed him that Clayton is definitely not with Rachel.


Carbone also claims Clayton's season did not have a traditional ending, which would mean a final Rose Ceremony with two women in which one is dumped and the other receives the last rose and/or an engagement ring.

In fact, Carbone isn't certain whether Clayton had a Final Rose Ceremony at all.

Carbone explained in his February 21 blog how there was "no finality" to Clayton's season in Iceland, where filming wrapped late last year, which backs Mike Fleiss' tweet that Clayton's season can't be spoiled because it isn't over yet.

In addition, Carbone said he's been led to believe Clayton hasn't had any "happy couple visits" since filming ended.

However, if Clayton is single right now, there is a chance he could rekindle a romance with any of his Season 26 bachelorettes -- Gabby, Susie and Rachel included.


The Bachelor alum Peter Weber thinks Clayton ended up alone and single

After falling in love with multiple bachelorettes, Peter's The Bachelor season ended with the pilot proposing marriage to Hannah Ann Sluss, but he broke off the engagement while his season was airing in early 2020.

Peter briefly reunited with his The Bachelor frontrunner Madison Prewett -- who quit his season before the Final Rose Ceremony -- when they filmed The Bachelor: After the Final Rose, but the pair announced two days later they were going to go their separate ways.

Like Clayton's season, Carbone was unable to spoil the ending of Peter's season.


"My heart goes out to Clayton so much because I relate to Clayton in so many ways," Peter recently said on Us Weekly's "Here for the Right Reasons" podcast.

"It's almost a little bit of PTSD for me, being pulled back into it, because I've been in that exact situation."

While he's appeared to have made many deep connections, Clayton has given Rachel Recchia three group-dates roses as well as a one-on-one date rose.

He also seemed very concerned about whether Rachel would be ready to introduce him to her family, more so than with others.

"My prediction is -- and I hate to say this -- that he ends up with no one and that it was supposed to be Rachel," Peter explained.

Peter suspects Clayton's revelation he was in love with three women and had been intimate with two of them was too much for Rachel to handle and overcome.

"[I predict] she loses it, and then who knows if they all walk away or how it ends -- or maybe he walks away because it was mainly Rachel," Peter reasoned.

"But I'm hoping that's not the case, but that's how I kind of think it ends. And then I could see either Susie or Gabby being the Bachelorette."

Peter said he's actually "kind of surprised" by how much validation Clayton has been able to show Rachel and that he was "very lucky... to do that."

Peter claimed, however, producers wouldn't let Rachel "separate too much from the pack" if Clayton had his heart set on her early on.

"I don't think that it's there with Susie and Clayton as much it is with Rachel and Clayton," Peter said, adding, "I would say Susie's, like, the No. 2."


Considering Clayton revealed in late November he had found love, Peter believes that's further evidence Clayton may have left The Bachelor 26 without a girlfriend or fiancee.

"I saw an interview where he was like, 'Yeah, I fell in love.' And that was very shocking to me because normally you're not supposed to say that and give it away," Peter shared with Us.

"And I think it's gonna be more of he found himself, a self-love type situation, like, he learned a lot about himself, and he is really excited about progressing and finding something in the future. We will see."

Regardless of how his season ended, Clayton claims he's "happy"

Clayton has said in the press how he's happy and in a good headspace after filming The Bachelor, with the exception of dealing with a lot of backlash and hate from fans.

"I definitely was not perfect. I did some things wrong," Clayton recently told Us Weekly.

But that doesn't mean Clayton has a desire to rewrite history or take any of his decisions back.

"I think for me, I realized that I can't say that I have any regrets because if I would've done things differently, would it have been my 100 percent authentic journey? And I think the answer to that is no," Clayton explained.

"So what I did and every moment while I was there was what I thought was right. Does that mean it was right? Probably not, no."

Clayton said while he's an imperfect human and made some wrong moves, "I did everything under my volition and what I thought was best."

"And so for that, I'm like, 'You know what? You stayed true to yourself, and you developed some battle scars along the way, but that's just what life is,'" he shared.


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About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.