The Bachelorette spoilers have unveiled how Charity Lawson's The Bachelorette season ends with Aaron Bryant, Dotun Olubeko and Joey Graziadei fighting for Charity's final rose -- including Charity's winner and whom she ended up with, and which bachelor left the show brokenhearted.


[The Bachelorette Spoilers Warning: This report spoils Charity Lawson's The Bachelorette season finale and contains spoilers revealing if Charity ended up engaged to her final pick and if they are still together now.]

The Bachelorette is heading into its three-hour finale episode on Monday, August 21 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Charity still has Aaron B., a 29-year-old software salesman from San Diego, CA; Dotun, a 30-year-old integrative medicine specialist from Brooklyn, NY; and Joey, a 27-year-old tennis pro from Koloa, HI, competing for her heart.

Charity is already "in love" with both Dotun and Joey, but she has strong feelings she can't ignore for Aaron B.

Charity therefore has some tough decisions to make, including whether to let Aaron B. rejoin the competition during her final days in Fiji.

In a preview of The Bachelorette's Season 20 finale that aired at the end of The Men Tell All special, Charity is shown standing at the Final Rose Ceremony in a beautiful white dress covered in pearls.

"I am in love, and I know that I'm getting engaged, but I don't know who it's going to be," Charity laments.

Charity gushes of Aaron B., "I'm glad he's back in this and that he saw me as someone worth fighting for, but there is a new added layer of pressure. Now, I'm reconsidering everything."

Charity admits she never envisioned being "in love" with three incredible guys, and she confesses to the cameras that she's "not okay."

Charity then looks to her mother -- and best friend -- for help in making the difficult decision, but her mother leaves the choice up to her daughter.

"I'm just torn," Charity vents in a confessional. "It doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense. I'm going to have a panic attack. You are not supposed to say goodbye to somebody that you love!"

Charity teased to The Hollywood Reporter that there won't be "a dry eye in the room" once the finale airs.

"I've coped with it. At this point, I'm just really ready for everyone to see," she said.

In terms of how Charity selected her winner, she revealed, "You just have this gut feeling of knowing when something is right and what feels best, and you can't really shake it. And so, with a particular someone, that was a feeling that I had all along."

So how does The Bachelorette's twentieth season end? Who does Charity end up with as her winner, and is she engaged? And which suitor gets his heart crushed at the Final Rose Ceremony?

Keep reading for all the up-to-date spoilers Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone has reported about Charity's The Bachelorette season finale.

Charity's The Bachelorette season began filming after the finale of Zach Shallcross' The Bachelor season aired

ABC revealed the identities of 29 potential The Bachelorette bachelors who were hoping to compete for Charity's heart on March 18.

About a week later on March 23, Carbone tweeted that Charity's The Bachelorette season had already begun filming at the famed Bachelor mansion in California.

"I'm a little giddy," Charity told Entertainment Tonight after filming Night 1 of the show and meeting her bachelors.

"Definitely smitten. I have a good batch of boys... I was laughing the whole night. I'm so grateful and so fortunate to be here."

Charity started her The Bachelorette season with a list of must-haves and non-negotiables

"I feel like, for me, I definitely am looking for someone who is a compassionate person -- so someone who is extremely kind and treats others well," Charity shared on Good Morning America shortly after ABC formally announced her as the new The Bachelorette star.

"I think that's something I value and I have in myself, so I also want that in my partner."

Charity continued, "But also, I love to laugh and have a good time. So a sense of humor, I think that's huge. So anyone who can come out with a good joke or two is a winner."

Charity also told Becca Kufrin and Michelle Young on the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast that she wants a man who doesn't play games and brings honesty and confidence to the table

Charity's season wrapped filming by early May

Jesse Palmer was back in Los Angeles on Sunday, April 30, suggesting that filming was already over.

And then Charity was back on social media during the weekend of May 6. The Bachelorette star posted photos of herself in a bikini and shared things on her Instagram Stories.

Something "that wasn't normal" happened in Fiji

Carbone revealed on the May 1 episode of his podcast that from when The Bachelorette season's Final 4 Rose Ceremony filmed in Los Angeles to the cast flying out to Fiji, there was "definitely something" that "happened in Fiji that wasn't normal."

Carbone explained, "I don't know what it is, but just filming schedule-wise and knowing how they film this show... it doesn't add up to Jesse being home on [April 30]."

Carbone pointed out how there is usually a day in between each overnight date followed by a Rose Ceremony, and then each guy should've met Charity's parents before each receiving a final date. After that, it was supposed to be the Final Rose Ceremony.

Carbone therefore reiterated that something must have happened and he intended to figure things out.

"But Jesse being home [on April 30] definitely threw a wrench into things. There's no way everything could've played out as normal, based on their normal shooting schedule. So when I hear something, I'll let you know... [but] this is not going to be easy," Carbone said.

Aaron Bryant returns to talk to Charity but is unsuccessful

Aaron showed up in Fiji and asked to speak with Charity.

Aaron's return was teased in The Bachelorette season's latest episode, when Charity was sitting by a pool with producers and looked surprised to see Aaron walking toward her.

"That's Aaron's arrival," Carbone wrote in his July 26 spoilers. "She does meet Aaron later on that night for a 'date,' they just don't have an overnight."

Charity ultimately decided not to give Aaron another chance, according to Carbone. 

But based on publicity photos that were released by ABC recently, Charity did invite Aaron to attend her Final 2 Rose Ceremony along with Dotun and Joey.

Carbone says Charity didn't have a "Wild-Ass Ending"

JoJo Fletcher has previously teased that Charity was "torn" between her top guys of the season.

But Carbone revealed on June 26, "Nothing I've heard thus far makes me think this season had wild ass ending, other than Charity saying in interviews she did fall in love with two guys."

Dotun Olubeko and Joey Graziadei are Charity's Final 2 bachelors

Charity selected Dotun and Joey as her Final 2 bachelors on The Bachelorette.

"[The finale on] August 21st, you'll get your official answer [about who wins], but I got the confirmation I needed two days ago about the Final Rose Ceremony," Carbone wrote in his blog on July 26.

Charity ended up picking Dotun Olubeko as her winner and they are engaged

Carbone reported on June 26 that Charity chose a winner in Fiji and she got engaged, but she didn't know which guy had won her heart.

On July 26, the spoiler blogger reported that Charity picked Dotun as her winner at the end of her journey to find true love on the show.

And Dotun, in turn, proposed marriage to The Bachelorette star.

"Charity is engaged to Dotun," Carbone wrote on July 26.

The spoiler blogger explained,  "All I can do is say what I say every season: I trust my sources... Took me almost 3 months, but I was finally able to find out what the result was back in Fiji."

The spoiler blogger believes that Joey -- who will become "the sentimental favorite once Charity break up with him at the Final Rose Ceremony" -- has a great shot to become the next The Bachelor star since he finished as Charity's runner-up.


Charity and Dotun are still going strong

Carbone reported that Charity and Dotun are still together and they've been happy ever since getting engaged in Fiji.

"I don't report what I hear until I can get it confirmed," Carbone explained.

"Finally got it confirmed a couple days ago, so here it is. Yeah it took almost 3 months, but by golly, I got what I needed."


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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.