The Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay already revealed she's engaged, but viewers don't know which lucky guy stole her heart -- and which other guys came close.

[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading now if you want the end of Lindsay's The Bachelorette season to be a surprise].

The Bachelorette only premiered on ABC on May 22, but since it already finished filming last month, Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone claims to know who made Lindsay's Final 4 suitors.

According to Carbone, Lindsay narrowed down her field of bachelors to Eric Bigger, a 29-year-old personal trainer from Los Angeles, CA; Bryan Abasolo, a 37-year-old chiropractor from Miami, FL; Dean Unglert, a 26-year-old startup recruiter from Venice, CA; and Peter Kraus, a 31-year-old business owner from Madison, WI.

Bigger met Lindsay on Nick Viall's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special. He calls himself an author, motivational speaker, "difference maker," personal trainer and "mentor coach." Bigger is the CEO of EBiggsWay Training.

Abasolo is a chiropractic physician and clinic director from Miami, FL, who got the first kiss of the season as well as the First Impression Rose from Lindsay.

Lindsay was taken with Abasolo's charm and his ability to speak to her in Spanish almost immediately. Lindsay called him the "good kind of trouble," but they didn't get to deepen their connection on the first round of dates.

Unglert, a lead recruiter for StartupTAP in LA, flew under the radar during the first episode, but Lindsay quickly came to realize he's not only handsome, but they also have great chemistry.

The couple adorably built a sandcastle together, but then Unglert failed to shine on the "husband material" group date in which the guys had to compete in a baby-themed obstacle course.

Kraus was the first guy to step out of a limo, the first man whom Lindsay called "cute," and was not only the first bachelor to receive a rose at The Bachelorette's first Rose Ceremony but also received the season's first one-on-one date on the season's second episode.

The former model works as a personal trainer and owns his own fitness company called Worth Training. Ironically, Kraus is a Wisconsin native like Lindsay's The Bachelor ex, Viall.

While it's unclear who finished in second and third place, according to Carbone, Lindsay ousted Unglert when determining her Final 3 suitors after the men's round of hometown dates this season.

Lindsay then traveled to her hometown of Dallas, TX, where her three remaining guys -- Abasolo, Bigger and Kraus -- met her family.

The show typically features the Final 3 suitors traveling to an exotic destination for overnight Fantasy Suite dates and only the Final 2 meeting the Bachelorette's family; however, Lindsay's season will be different because her sister was pregnant at the time the finale filmed in Spain and so she couldn't travel, claims Carbone.

Due to the fact Lindsay's father is a federal judge, her hometown date was not taped at her family's actual house in Dallas, according to Carbone. Instead, the meet and greet allegedly filmed at a random house currently up for sale and listed at $3.85 million in Highland Park. 

Lindsay's final Rose Ceremony was allegedly filmed on May 11 in Spain. She selected Kraus as her winner that day, and he in turn popped the question, according to Carbone.

Lindsay confirmed to reporters during a recent conference call that she is, in fact, currently in love and engaged to her season's winner.

"I can tell you with full confidence that Rachel is engaged," Carbone says. "As I say every season, this isn't a prediction, this isn't a guess."

For the complete list of bachelors competing for Lindsay's heart on The Bachelorette -- including recent standouts Dean Unglert, Bryan AbasoloBlake Elarbee, Eric BiggerKenny Layne, Peter Kraus, and Lucas "Whaboom" Yancey -- click here

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