Bachelor spoilers reveal what's to come on the remainder of Clayton Echard's The Bachelor season -- including spoilers about Clayton's Final 4 women and Final 3 bachelorettes as well as which woman may have ended up with Clayton as his winner.


[Bachelor Spoilers Warning: This report contains huge spoilers for Clayton Echard's season of The Bachelor -- including spoilers regarding who Clayton's Final 3 bachelorettes are and who The Bachelor star may have picked as his winner.]

The Bachelor is set to air its seventh episode on Monday, February 21, and only nine women are still in the running for Clayton's heart.

Clayton's Final 9 bachelorettes are Eliza Isichei, Gabby Windey, Genevieve Parisi, Mara Agreat, Rachel Recchia, Sarah Hamrick, Serene Russell, Susie Evans, and Teddi Wright.

Viewers just watched Clayton give Genevieve a rose and eliminate Shanae Ankney after Shanae caused most of the drama throughout Season 26.


Clayton thanked Genevieve for helping him to "see the truth in all of this," and Shanae cried in her final words about how she felt "pissed" and "blindsided."

"What does he see in [Genevieve]? It's sickening and disgusting... I hate Clayton!" Shanae lamented.

Clayton also denied roses to Hunter Haag and Marlena West at a Rose Ceremony.

Clayton, however, was shown advancing his connections with several women, including Rachel -- whom he said he had a "very, very special" relationship women -- and Teddi, who revealed to Clayton that she's a virgin on a one-on-one date.

"You have no idea how I'm feeling right now," Rachel said as she kissed Clayton.

"I think I have somewhat of an idea, because I am feeling the same way," Clayton replied.

Both Rachel and Susie confessed to Clayton that they were "falling in love" with him, which made The Bachelor star happier than ever.

But Mara broke the news to Clayton that some of the bachelorettes weren't ready to get engaged and married. Mara led Clayton to believe that she was talking about the youngest woman in the cast, Sarah.
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Once Clayton took Sarah on her second one-on-one date of the season, he questioned how seriously she was truly taking the process.

Sarah insisted she had been nothing but honest with Clayton and he was really special to her, and she assured him, "I absolutely see myself being engaged at the end of this... That is why I am here... and I wouldn't be here if I wasn't ready for that and if I didn't see that with you."

When Clayton asked for a moment to collect his thoughts, Sarah broke down into tears.

"What the actual f-ck?!... It's complete bullsh-t... It's like a Hail Mary, like, 'Oh, I'm going home this week and so I might as well throw this girl under a bus who's getting her second one-on-one," she yelled out.


So what can fans expect to see on the rest of The Bachelor's 26th season?

According to host Jesse Palmer, extremely shocking events have yet to air.

Which girls go home next and which women receive roses as Clayton's Final 4 bachelorettes?

Does Clayton ultimately choose a winner and get engaged at the end of the process? Keep reading for all the spoilers that are out there about Clayton's season!

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 pretty big announcement.

"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 Final 7 Spoilers

Following Sarah's one-on-one date with Clayton, "Sarah is intent on finding out which of the ladies tried to take her down," according to ABC.

"And the drama from her bitter confrontation threatens to ruin yet another cocktail party."

Then, at the sixth Rose Ceremony of the season, Clayton rejected Eliza and Mara.

Clayton's Final 7 bachelorettes as a result were Gabby, Genevieve, Rachel, Sarah, Serene, Susie, and Teddi.

Clayton and his remaining bachelorettes flew to Vienna, Austria, with hometown dates looming right around the corner.


The Bachelor star and a group of women "let their walls down with an intimate couples' therapy session" on one date, "but an observation from the psychotherapist rocks Clayton," the network revealed.

The observation apparently led Clayton to make another decision that left the ladies questioning everything.

The Bachelor Final 4 Spoilers

While in Vienna, Clayton had to determine his Final 4 bachelorettes for hometown dates.

"I don't know if this was a 'if you get a rose on your date, you advance,' or if they just had dates and had a Rose Ceremony at the end," Carbone wrote in his blog on December 16.

"All I know is the end result of who the 4 remaining women were once they left Vienna."

Clayton took Serene to Hofsburg Palace on a one-on-one date, and then Susie received the special "Pretty Woman" date.

Susie, wearing a long red dress, received a rose from Clayton at the end of their one-on-one.

According to Carbone, Genevieve was sent home at some point during the week without going on a date.

"I don't know who approached who first, but it was established that Genevieve and Clayton just weren't a match and didn't see it long term," Carbone claimed, "so he either sent her home or she left. Not sure how it'll be shown."

Carbone is unsure of whether there was a third one-on-one date in Vienna to go along with a group date.

Following Genevieve's surprising ouster, Clayton eliminated Sarah and Teddi at the seventh Rose Ceremony of the season.

Clayton's Final 4 bachelorettes were Gabby, Rachel, Serene, and Susie.


Clayton apparently falls in love with three women

Clayton had no trouble finding love on The Bachelor. In fact, the process apparently worked a little too well for him.

During The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All episode that aired in early December 2021, a trailer aired that featured Clayton admitting, "I didn't believe it could happen, but I am in love with three women."


Clayton proceeds to tell one woman, "I couldn't be more sure that I'm falling in love with you," before telling a second bachelorette, "I'm falling in love with you."

And Clayton shares with a third woman, "I am in love with you."

A mystery woman subsequently laments in tears, "He's in love with all three of us?!"

The Bachelor Final 3 Spoilers

In order to choose his Final 3 bachelorettes, Clayton met his Final 4 ladies' families in their respective hometowns.

Susie's hometown date in Virginia Beach, VA, filmed on November 2, Rachel's hometown date took place in Orlando, FL, on November 4, Serene's hometown date taped in Oklahoma City, OK, on November 6, and Gabby introduced Clayton to her loved ones in Denver, CO, on November 8.

The Rose Ceremony reportedly occurred on November 9 and ended with Serene being denied a rose.

"One thing I'd heard since hometowns was that Serene was eliminated at #4, and judging by the previews [on December 6], it was all but confirmed," Carbone wrote last month.

Clayton's Final 3 women as a result were Susie, Gabby, and Rachel.

All three ladies reportedly made it to Iceland for overnight Fantasy Suite dates as well as the Final Rose Ceremony.


Clayton has sex 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.

Clayton appears to be leading a Rose Ceremony following his round of overnight Fantasy Suite dates.

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

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


A brunette woman cries, "I'm done," while walking away from The Bachelor star and then falling to her knees.

"What the actual f-ck?!" the brunette complains.

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

Carbone said he doesn't know how the elimination went that determined Clayton's Final 2 bachelorettes.

"I don't know yet. What we do know is that Clayton found love this season... so whatever drama they want you to believe ensued from that conversation of saying he was intimate with 'both of you' obviously didn't derail anything," Carbone wrote in his blog on December 7.

Clayton reportedly gets intimate with both Rachel and Gabby

The blonde woman in the trailer that aired during The Men Tell All was reportedly Rachel.

And while the brunette woman crying was Sarah, Carbone reported that Sarah did not make it to Iceland, where the final dates were filmed.

"It was sent to me numerous times... that the venue Clayton is standing in is in Iceland (where we know the overnights and final Rose Ceremony are) and that the two women whose backs are two us (and he's seemingly telling he was intimate with both) are Rachel and Gabby, two women we know had hometown dates," Carbone reported in his blog.

"The shot of Sarah crying was squeezed in from another point in filming since we know Sarah didn't make it to Iceland."

The Bachelor fans are therefore assuming Gabby and Rachel finished as Clayton's Final 2 bachelorettes; however, Carbone is not convinced that's the case.

"Certainly looks that way, but with the way the editing works and how tricky they can get sometimes, the only thing we know for sure is that whole scene happens in Iceland," Carbone explained.

"Saying they're the Final 2 because that's the only two you see there with their backs to us, I don't know yet. Maybe it is and the show just gave away their Final 2."

Carbone noted, however, that he'd like to think producers are "smarter" than just giving away Clayton's Final 2 bachelorettes in a pre-season trailer.

Clayton's winning bachelorette pick has yet to be reported

There is no spoiler out there yet revealing Clayton's winner and whether he got engaged at the Final Rose Ceremony.

"I don't know the ending yet," Carbone wrote in his blog on December 16, 2021, adding that Clayton is "most likely engaged."


However, Carbone is sure Clayton ended up with one of his Final 3 bachelorettes -- Gabby, Susie, or Rachel -- and the contestants have been instructed not to say a word about the show's ending or post anything on social media that could give it away.

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

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.'"

But Carbone assured his readers, "When I'm confident I know who he picked, I'll let you know."

Although Clayton never revealed whether he's currently in a happy relationship or engaged, he did tell Us Weekly that he left The Bachelor with zero regrets.

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

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 said.


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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.