The Bachelor's fourth episode is set to air on January 22, and only 15 women remain in the competition to win Arie's heart.
So far this season, Arie appears to be building deep connections with multiple women, who continue to surprise, impress and challenge him.
A couple of ladies have also already admitted they are "falling for" the 36-year-old pro racing driver turned real estate agent.
Arie previously admitted to Reality TV World he fell in love with two women while filming the show's 22nd season, so who were they? And did Arie get engaged?
[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading now if you want to wait for The Bachelor episodes to air to learn of Arie's decisions toward the end of filming].
Arie's Final 4 bachelorettes, in no particular order, are Becca Kufrin, a 27-year-old senior account executive from Minneapolis, MN; Tia Booth, a 26-year-old physical therapist from Little Rock, AR; Lauren Burnham, a 25-year-old saleswoman from Dallas, TX; and Kendall Long, a 26-year-old creative director from Los Angeles, CA, according to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone.
These women all brought Arie home to meet their families, but only three of them received an overnight Fantasy Suite date with The Bachelor star.
Carbone claims that Tia was eliminated in fourth place after Arie paid a visit to Arkansas.
Tia has already been shown drawing Arie's interest this season. In fact, he planned a special little solo date for her during the cocktail party that preceded the season's third Rose Ceremony. Arie set up some hay bales and drank moonshine with the southern belle.
Fans also witnessed Tia finish the demolition derby group date in second place.
Raven previously competed for Nick Viall's heart on the show's 21st season but ultimately found love with Adam Gottschalk on Bachelor in Paradise 4 last summer. Because the process worked for Raven, she had every confidence that Tia could also find love.
The bachelorette who finished in third place, according to Carbone, was Kendall Long.
Arie denied Kendall a rose following his round of Fantasy Suite dates in Ica Peru.
Bachelor Nation hasn't seen much of Kendall so far other than the fact she's a quirky, ukulele-playing taxidermist.
Arie has said in his People blog, however, that Kendall is very intelligent, charming and beautiful. This bachelorette apparently has a lot more to offer, and we'll be seeing more of her as the season unfolds.
Carbone claims that Kendall made it all the way to the Final 3 without ever having received a one-on-one date with Arie, so that is pretty impressive.
So who placed second and walked away fromThe Bachelor franchise as Arie's runner-up?
That person was Lauren, according to Carbone, who was just shown getting her first kiss from the 36-year-old pro racing driver turned real estate agent.
Like Kendall, Lauren hasn't received much screentime yet, but that's sure to change in the weeks ahead. Arie just revealed in his blog that "sparks" started flying with Lauren during Week 2 of his journey.
Now, that leaves the winner!
Arie allegedly gave his final rose -- and proposed marriage -- to Becca, who had ironically received the very first one-on-one date of the season.
Arie popped the question at the Final Rose Ceremony filmed in Cusco, Peru, Carbone says, which will air during the show's Season 22 finale.
"As I say every season, you can choose to believe that information or not... I'm just telling you you're going to hear me reference Becca all season as the winner, and yes, they are engaged," Carbone wrote in a blog post. "Will it last? Who knows?"
Becca may be the first and last woman to ever get Arie down on bended knee, as she jokingly had him propose to her during the show's January 1 premiere.
Arie has been drawn to Becca so far this season because of her seemingly humble nature and genuine personality. Arie is completely confident that Becca is competing for his love for the right reasons.
Becca appeared on The Bachelor after ending a seven-year on and off relationship that taught her a lot about life and what she does and does not want in a future spouse.
As previously mentioned, The Bachelor's next episode is set to air on Monday, January 22 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC. The remaining bachelorettes will be shown traveling to South Lake Tahoe in California for more adventure and dates with Arie.
ABC teases, "Will Bekah Martinez's bombshell revelation or Krystal Nielson's intense face-offs with the other women throw Arie off the track of finding his soul mate?"
Arie will embark on two one-on-one dates and a single group date during his time in South Lake Tahoe.
Seinne Fleming will accompany Arie on a one-on-one and the pair will enjoy an adrenaline-pumping date: Parasailing, which the rest of the women will jealously watch through binoculars.
Seinne will later confess at a romantic dinner that night that happy endings have been few and far between for her, according to ABC, and the couple will top off a "giddy night" with dancing to the country music of LANCO.
Meanwhile, one woman will get "a critical phone call" that might change her romantic journey.
Arie will then invite 12 ladies to join him for a hike into the woods with survivalists Mykel Hawke and Ruth England-Hawke.
The ladies' survival skills will be tested with some very unpleasant food and drink. All the while, the bachelorettes are attempting to track down a hot tub oasis in the middle of nowhere.
The competition will heat up and the drama escalates, according to ABC, thanks to the fierce Krystal, who doesn't appreciate seeing Arie's affection for other women.
At the after party, Krystal will go on "a rampage," confronting two ladies whom she feels "bullied" her earlier and planning her revenge.
Bekah will receive some special alone time with Arie, as they will get to know each other better in a secluded hot tub in the woods followed by a romantic horseback ride through the picturesque mountainside of Lake Tahoe.
However, Bekah will reveal a closely-guarded secret that ABC calls a "stunning revelation." It might just put an end to the couple's romance.
And later, panic will set in as Arie makes a "surprising decision." And finally, one bachelorette will interrupt the season's fourth Rose Ceremony to plead her case to Arie, which will enrage her fellow bachelorettes.