Bachelor spoilers unveil the ending of Zach Shallcross' The Bachelor season and what leads up to the Final Rose Ceremony -- including hometown and Fantasy Suite-date details, Zach's Final 2 bachelorettes, and Zach's winner and whom he ended up with in the finale.


[Bachelor Spoilers Warning: This report contains The Bachelor spoilers revealing who Zach picks as his The Bachelor winner and ends up with and will spoil The Bachelor season for you.]

Zach only has nine women remaining on his The Bachelor journey as the show heads into its sixth episode on Monday, February 27 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Nine women are left after Zach eliminated Mercedes Northup and Kylee Russell in London, which was a difficult week for Zach given he had tested positive for COVID-19.

The only bachelorette who received a date with Zach in London was Gabi Elnicki, a 25-year-old account executive from Pittsford, VT.

Zach's one-on-one date with Charity Lawson, a 26-year-old child and family therapist from Columbus, GA, was unfortunately canceled, and Zach had to lead the franchise's first-ever virtual cocktail party and Rose Ceremony.

In addition to Gabi and Charity, the women still in the running for Zach's heart are Aly Jacobs, a 26-year-old healthcare strategist from Atlanta, GA; Ariel Frenkel, a 28-year-old marketing executive from New York City, NY; and Brooklyn Willie, a 25-year-old rodeo racer from Stillwater, OK.

Greer Blitzer, a 24-year-old medical sales representative from Houston, TX, also received a rose, and she was joined by Jess Girod, a 23-year-old e-commerce coordinator from Winter Springs, FL; Kaity Biggar, a 27-year-old ER nurse from Austin, TX; and Kat Izzo, a 26-year-old registered nurse from Tampa, FL.

Where did Zach and his bachelorettes travel to next, and whom did Zach eliminate after his next round of dates?

Based on a preview of what's to come on The Bachelor this season, Zach finally enjoys his one-on-one date with Charity, and Ariel gets a special date as well.

"I can say I am falling for you," Charity tells Zach on her long-anticipated solo date. "You have this special way of making me feel really seen and chosen. I feel like I'm the only girl in this world right now."

Zach also begins to fall in love. He is shown telling Kaity, "My heart flutters when I think of you."

And Brooklyn cries to Zach, "You mean the world to me," before she admits she's "ready to take that next step" with him.

There also appears to be tears and drama on the way, mainly centered around Kat and Brooklyn.
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At the end of the process, however, Zach "confidently" says his wife is on the show.

"It's been a heartbreaking journey but I've found my love. I've caused pain and I've made mistakes, and my mind and my heart are being pulled in separate directions," Zach shares.

"But standing here with the ring, I just hope that it's all worth it," he concludes.

The Bachelor spoilers reveal Zach's upcoming dates, Rose Ceremony decisions, major storylines, and eliminations leading up to Zach's winner, as recently reported by Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone.

So what happens next on Zach's The Bachelor season? Which bachelorettes make it all the way to the Final Rose Ceremony and who wins? Keep reading for all the spoilers that are currently out there!

Zach's The Bachelor season was filmed last fall and included stops around Europe

Zach's The Bachelor season began filming in late September 2022 at the famous Bachelor mansion in California.

Zach and some of his lucky bachelorettes visited the United Kingdom, Estonia and Hungry throughout his journey to find love.

The Bachelor season followed the show's usual production schedule and finished filming in late November with Zach's Final Rose Ceremony, but premiered three weeks later than the "first Monday of January" premiere date that The Bachelor historically begins airing on ABC.


Zach's The Bachelor season is "a bit of a throwback" and "a beautiful story"

Jesse Palmer told E! News in November that Zach's season "is a bit of a throwback."

"This season is a lot more about the romance and the love, and maybe a little bit less about the drama," explained Jesse, who starred on Season 5 of The Bachelor back in 2004.

Jesse also said on the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast in early January that Zach "really shines" throughout his season.

"I really think he comes through," Jesse teased. "He has a beautiful story, and I'm really excited for people to see it."

Zach "cries a lot" during The Bachelor and it's "the most emotional show"

"This is easily the most emotional show that I've hosted in the franchise to date," Jesse told E! News in November.

Jesse also told Us Weekly that The Bachelor bachelorettes were "really into Zach."

Jesse shared late last year, "Zach's so emotionally mature and he's a guy that's not afraid to wear his emotion on his sleeve. He's very, very intentional. This is easily the most emotional show that I've hosted in the franchise."

Jesse said Zach's season is "emotionally charged" because the bachelorettes really want to end up with Zach.

"It's a [totally] different vibe than I've [ever] had hosting any of the other shows," the host noted.


Brooklyn emerges as The Bachelor season's new "villain" after Christina's exit

After Christina Mandrell was sent packing, Brooklyn Willie reportedly emerged as The Bachelor season's new "villain."

Carbone heard that Brooklyn was a pot-stirrer and happened to be in the middle of a lot of the drama.

"But from all I've been told, [Brooklyn] just liked to instigate things that seemingly would keep her on TV," Carbone reported in his blog.


Charity and Ariel get one-on-one dates in Estonia

Tallinn, Estonia is where Zach and his remaining bachelorettes reportedly traveled to after London.

Charity Lawson received the first one-on-one date, and then Zach enjoyed a group date.

Ariel Frenkel accompanied the Bachelor on the second solo date of the week.

At the sixth Rose Ceremony in Estonia, Carbone believes Zach went from nine bachelorettes to only seven women.

Jessica "Jess" Girod was definitely eliminated in Estonia, according to Carbone.

Carbone was initially unsure if Alyssa "Aly" Jacobs was sent home while Zach and his bachelorettes were in London or Estonia, however given The Bachelor season's London stop has now aired on ABC, he now knows Aly was sent home in Estonia.

Brooklyn gets sent home on a one-on-one date in Hungary

Zach went on two one-on-one dates in Budapest, Hungary with Kaitlyn "Kaity" Biggar and Brooklyn Willie.

However, Zach reportedly denied Brooklyn a rose on their solo date.

Carbone isn't sure whether there was a formal Rose Ceremony in Hungary. It's possible that Zach just determined his Final 4 bachelorettes by handing out roses on his dates instead.

The other two women ousted by Zach in Hungary were Katherine "Kat" Izzo and Greer Blitzer.

Zach's Final 4 bachelorettes are Ariel, Charity, Gabi and Kaity

At the seventh Rose Ceremony, which took place in Hungary, Zach went from seven bachelorettes to only four women.

Zach's Final 4 bachelorettes were Ariel Frenkel, Charity Lawson, Gabriella "Gabi" Elnicki, and Kaitlyn "Kaity" Biggar.

Gabi was caught reading Game of Roses' How to Win the Bachelor book during her stay at the mansion, so it's likely Gabi's intentions were questioned at some point in the process.

Ariel, Gabi and Kaity are Zach's Final 3 bachelorettes

Zach picked his Final 3 bachelorettes after the women's round of hometown dates.

Zach visited Gabriella "Gabi" Elnicki in Vermont on October 31 and then Ariel Frenkel in New York on November 2.

Zach proceeded to fly to Columbus, GA, to meet Charity Lawson's family on November 4, followed by Kaitlyn "Kaity" Biggar's hometown date in Austin, TX, on November 6.

At the eighth Rose Ceremony of the season, Zach eliminated Charity.

Zach's Final 3 bachelorettes as a result were Ariel, Gabi and Kaity.

Zach's Final 2 bachelorettes are Gabi and Kaity 

After completing his round of hometown dates, Zach enjoyed his overnight Fantasy Suite dates in Krabi, Thailand.

It's unclear whether he went into a Fantasy Suite with Ariel Frenkel, Gabriella "Gabi" Elnicki, or Kaitlyn "Kaity" Biggar -- or all of them.

In Carbone's new February 6 blog posting, he revealed that Ariel was eliminated at the Rose Ceremony following Zach's Fantasy Suite dates.

Zach's Final 2 bachelorettes are therefore Kaity and Gabi.

Zach got engaged to Kaity at his final Rose Ceremony

Jesse Palmer told Us Weekly in November that he was "10,000 percent" certain Zach will have a happy ending and that he couldn't wait for people to see the Bachelor's journey.

And Zach has repeatedly revealed in media interviews that he found love on the show and is "very happy" in life right now.

Zach also told Variety that "a lot happens" on his "emotional roller-coaster" of a season -- but it's all a "beautiful part of how everything works out."

According to Carbone's February 6 blog, Zach dumped Gabriella "Gabi" Elnicki in second place and chose Kaitlyn "Kaity" Biggar as his winner!

And not only that, but Zach proposed marriage to Kaity and the pair got engaged!

Although it's been reported on social media that Gabi was the bachelorette who won Zach's heart, Carbone said he trusts his sources.

"I'll bet on myself... I don't reveal my sources or how I get any info. But with another spoiler out there for 2 months that's opposite of mine, now we can officially say one of us is dead wrong. Gonna make for a great finale night I tell ya," Carbone wrote.

Carbone apparently received "some info this past weekend" about Zach's winner that he felt comfortable running with.

Zach recently told Deadline that he "wouldn't trade" his experience on the show for anything, even though he had to endure some "ups and downs" to get to the finish line.


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