Bachelorette spoilers have emerged revealing new spoiler details of what will happen on Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia's The Bachelorette season -- including who each bachelorette picks as her Final 4 bachelors, and new spoilers revealing each woman's Final 2 bachelors and who Gabby and Rachel picked as their winners and ended up with.


[The Bachelorette Spoilers Warning: This report contains spoilers about The Bachelorette's nineteenth season starring Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia and who they picked as their winners and ended up with.]

The Bachelorette just aired its fifth episode, which featured Rachel eliminating James "Meatball" Clarke at the fifth Rose Ceremony of the season.

Gabby also denied roses to Michael Vaughan and Mario Vassall, who had received Gabby's First Impression Rose.


The men still in the running for Rachel's heart are Aven Jones, a 28-year-old sales executive from San Diego, CA; Ethan Kang, a 27-year-old advertising executive from New York, NY; Tino Franco, a 28-year-old general contractor from Playa Del Rey, CA -- who had received Rachel's First Impression Rose -- Tyler Norris is a 25-year-old small business owner from Wildwood, NJ; and Zach Shallcross, a 25-year-old tech executive from Anaheim Hills, CA.

And the remaining guys on "Team Gabby" are Erich Schwer, a 29-year-old real estate analyst from Bedminster, NJ; Jason Alabaster, a 30-year-old investment banker from Santa Monica, CA; Johnny DePhillipo, a 25-year-old realtor from Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Logan Palmer, a 26-year-old videographer from San Diego, CA; Nate Mitchell, a 33-year-old electrical engineer from Chicago, IL; and Spencer Swies is a 27-year-old venture capitalist from Chicago, IL.

Logan switched from Rachel's group of men to Gabby's lineup of bachelors after discovering he had lingering feelings for Gabby while getting to know Rachel better.

When the cast stopped in Bruges, Belgium for a week of dates, Logan explained to Rachel how he had reservations about the future of their relationship and couldn't forget about the early connection he had shared with Gabby.

"You accepted so many roses from me... I just wish it would've been earlier," Rachel complained, later adding in a confessional how she felt like "such a failure as the Bachelorette."

And then after seeking Rachel's blessing and permission, Gabby welcomed Logan onto her side.

"You were pretty much our only overlap in the beginning," Gabby confessed.

"You were the only one that the both of us could comfortably say, 'I'm into him,' and then that night when you came over and you had kissed both of us, it sounded like you and her had a really great conversation and so I completely backed away."

Gabby elaborated, "That's when I was like, 'Dang, I'm very interested and it might not be that easy for me to let go of my feelings.'"

Rachel, however, thought Logan was untrustworthy, and she didn't want to see him hurt Gabby the way he had betrayed her.

But it appears, based on the preview that aired after Monday night's episode, there is more Logan drama is on its way.

Episode 6 of The Bachelorette will begin with Rachel, Gabby and their suitors traveling to Amsterdam on their cruise ship.

The preview suggests Zach will enjoy another one-on-one date with Rachel in which they'll visit Keukenhof Tulip Gardens.

"I can say now with confidence, I am falling in love with you," Zach tells Rachel in the preview.

"I truly feel like I'm on Cloud 9 right now," Rachel replies.

Keep reading for spoilers on The Bachelorette and what's going to happen this season!

The Bachelorette season was allegedly "hell" to film

Season 21 The Bachelor star Nick Viall heard before The Bachelorette premiered that producers had filmed part of the season on a cruise ship with stops in Mexico, Paris, Belgium and Amsterdam.

"They said it was hell to film because they decided to have two Bachelorettes, like, last second," Nick said on his "The Viall Files" podcast.

"So the scheduling was for one Bachelorette. They had to jam it all in... The people I talk to, they hope they never do it again. Just because of the logistics."

Nick also said at the time the season was going to have "a Paradise feel" to it.

Rachel and Gabby's The Bachelorette season may include "most dramatic" Rose Ceremony ever

The Bachelorette host Jesse Palmer told TooFab how there are "several" contenders for the "most dramatic Rose Ceremony ever" on this season of The Bachelorette.

"There's one in particular that I know is going to light up social media in Bachelor Nation, I guarantee it," Jesse said.

Rachel's Final 4 bachelors are Aven Jones, Tino Franco, Tyler Norris, and Zach Shallcross

Gabby and Rachel were both spotted filming hometown dates in different cities with seven men, according to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone.

In late April, Gabby was spotted filming in Bedminster, NJ; New Orleans, LA; Jupiter, FL -- three different locations.


And Rachel was seen taping hometown dates in entirely different destinations in late April: Salem, MA; Wildwood, NJ; Orange, CA; and Santa Clarita, CA.

Rachel's selected the following four men as her Final 4 bachelors: Aven Jones, Tino Franco, Tyler Norris and Zach Shallcross.

Nate Mitchell doesn't make Gabby's hometown dates

Nate has come across as a frontrunner this season and had an amazing first one-on-one date with Gabby, but Carbone reported Nate got sent home right before the men on Gabby's team had their hometown dates.

"Nate does not get a hometown," Carbone wrote in an August 3 blog post. "He was home before then. Gabby sends him home the episode before hometowns."

Carbone reported in an August 11 blog post that Gabby rejected Nate and sent him home during their second one-on-one date of the season.

Gabby told the cameras she wasn't sure if she felt ready to be a mother or if she ever wants to be a mother, and so it's possible Nate being a single father to a young daughter had something to do with his surprising elimination.

Gabby didn't have a set of Final 4 bachelors

Carbone reported for weeks that he only knew three of Gabby's Final 4 suitors: Erich SchwerJason Alabaster, and Johnny DePhillipo.

"I really don't think Gabby only had 3 hometown dates, while Rachel had 4. That would throw things off and wouldn't make much sense," Carbone previously wrote in his blog.

Carbone said he had received "a lot of circumstantial evidence" that pointed to Justin Budfuloski, a 32-year-old from Solana Beach, CA, being Gabby's other Final 4 bachelor.

But Justin has already been eliminated, and it appears Carbone didn't know about Gabby's fourth Final 4 bachelor because she only had a Final 3!

Carbone revealed in a subsequent August 11 blog post that Gabby eliminated Logan Palmer and Spencer Swies before hometowns and so she never had a Final 4 group.

Gabby's Final 3 bachelors are Erich Schwer, Jason Alabaster, and Johnny DePhillipo

In a May 12 blog post, Carbone revealed that he had received "confirmation" that Johnny DePhillipo from Gabby's group of men was already back home.

With past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, the Final 3 person stayed in the final filming location until the show wrapped.

Carbone thought Johnny therefore finished in fourth place, but he corrected himself in his August 11 blog post.

Carbone wrote how Erich Schwer, Jason Alabaster and Johnny DePhillipo were Gabby's Final 3 bachelors and the only men who received hometown dates with Gabby.

Rachel's Final 3 bachelors are Aven Jones, Tino Franco, and Zach Shallcross

Carbone revealed in a May 12 blog post that Tyler Norris from Rachel's group of men was back home at the time.

Given Gabby and Rachel's season was still filming at that point, Tyler's return home would appear to indicate he was eliminated from the Season 19 competition at the Final 4 Rose Ceremony.


Carbone stands by that information and reported on August 11 how Rachel's Final 3 bachelors were Aven Jones, Tino Franco, and Zach Shallcross.

Following hometown dates, Gabby, Rachel and their remaining men flew to Mexico, where the Final Rose Ceremony was reportedly filmed on May 14.

Gabby's Final 2 bachelors are Erich Schwer and Jason Alabaster

Gabby brought Erich and Jason to the end, according to Carbone.

That means Johnny was sent packing in third place.

Rachel's Final 2 bachelors are Aven Jones and Tino Franco

Carbone initially reported that Aven Jones was eliminated in third place following Rachel's overnight Fantasy Suite dates, meaning Zach Shallcross and Tino Franco were Rachel's Final 2 bachelors.

But according to Carbone's August 11 blog post, Rachel's Final 2 bachelors were actually Aven and Tino.

Carbone reported that Zach finished in third place and essentially self-eliminated.

A preview shows Jesse telling Zach Shallcross that he must tell Rachel the truth after their overnight Fantasy Suite date.

"Whether it's him telling Rachel he's not ready, or that it's too serious and he's not there yet with her... I don't know his wording. But that convo with Jesse [shown in a preview] is a pre-cursor to Zach telling Rachel something that eliminates him at final 3," Carbone wrote.

Gabby picks Erich Schwer as her winner and gets engaged to him

Carbone wasn't sure whom Gabby and Rachel picked as their winners -- and whether the women got engaged -- until his August 11 blog post.

According to Carbone, Gabby ended up with Erich Schwer and he in turn popped the question.

Gabby said "yes" to Erich's proposal and so the couple got engaged during the season finale.

Jason Alabaster may have quit before Gabby's Final Rose Ceremony

Carbone apparently heard from three different sources that Jason Alabaster left at the Final 2, but he confirmed that's only a rumor right now and he can't say for sure whether that happened.

Gabby ending up with Erich therefore may not have been her choice, technically.

Rachel picks Tino Franco as her winner and gets engaged to him

Rachel told Us Weekly at the start of the season how her experience on the show was "magical."

Although she's been shown enduring major ups and downs in the process, Carbone reported on August 11 that Tino Franco proposed marriage at the end of the season and he and Rachel got engaged.

Carbone said the season concluded with two happy endings.

It's unclear whether Rachel and Gabby are still engaged, but it's probably safe to assume they are still together with their winners.

The Bachelorette season's "Men Tell All" special was filmed on August 11

The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All was filmed on Thursday, August 11, and Carbone expected Hayden Markowitz, Logan Palmer and Nate Mitchell would spend some time in the hot seat.

Jesse recently said The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All is sure to be explosive, as well as After the Final Rose.

"I'm not ready for it. I'm gonna take some time and get myself mentally ready, but there's gonna be a lot to have to digest, go back over and clarify and get closure," Jesse explained.

"Rachel and Gabby's season is not short on drama. That is for sure," he added. [And] as you know, Men Tell All, that's going to be an absolute circus... There's gonna be a lot to discuss, a lot of very difficult conversations."


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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.