[Bachelorette Spoilers Warning: This article features spoilers about the 2019 season of The Bachelorette. Stop reading now if you want to wait until The Bachelorette airs on ABC to find out who finishes as Hannah Brown's Final 4 and Final 3 bachelors as well as the Final 2 guys who participated in her Final Rose Ceremony when she picked a winner].
The Bachelorette season began filming on March 16 and just premiered with a two-hour episode on May 13 on ABC.
Hannah has already been shown narrowing down her initial 30 bachelors to 22, and the first episode already featured drama in which Scott Anderson was sent packing because he allegedly had a girlfriend back home whom he had supposedly dumped less than a week before taping commenced.
Hannah proved she's a tough girl unafraid to speak her mind and stand up for herself, and she told the cameras she wasn't going to deal with any "bullsh-t."
Hannah then had another tough decision to make, as she had to cut three more guys from the competition in Latvia.
Carbone, however, only reported the identity of one of the three men ousted -- and that person was Dustin, leaving it unclear exactly which guys made the season's Final 6 bachelors.
Carbone tweeted on April 12 that Dustin was definitely eliminated at this stage in the game because he added nearly 1,000 new followers on Instagram and changed his profile from private to public shortly after the Rose Ceremony filmed that followed Hannah's round of dates.
Hannah's Final 4 bachelors, according to Carbone, were Jed, a 25-year-old from Nashville, TN; Luke P., a 24-year-old from Gainesville, GA; Peter, a 27-year-old from Westlake Village, CA; and Tyler, a 26-year-old from Jupiter, FL.
Carbone claimed the men's hometown dates began filming on April 20 with Luke's family visit in Georgia.
Tyler's date reportedly followed on April 22 in Florida, and then Jed introduced Hannah to his family on April 24 in Tennessee.
Finally, Peter's hometown allegedly taped on April 26 in California.
Carbone initially tweeted on May 7 that Luke finished the season in third place and was eliminated after Hannah's three overnight dates.
But after gathering new information from his sources, Carbone revealed on May 11 his initial spoiler was incorrect and Luke actually got sent home in fourth place.
"Last week I reported Luke was eliminated at the final three rose ceremony and had been hearing rumors that all 4 guys went Greece, but didn't know why and couldn't confirm it," Carbone tweeted.
Carbone previously reported The Bachelorette producers attempted to prevent spoilers for this 2019 season by flying the fourth-place bachelor to Greece (where the season's overnight Fantasy Suite dates took place) with the remaining bachelors and production team to keep him out of the public eye.
This move was designed to prevent the fourth-place finisher from going on social media upon returning home and accidentally revealing his placement.
Carbone therefore wasn't sure which guy went home in fourth place, but he assumed Luke had "definitely made the Final 3" because photos and videos of Luke and Hannah enjoying a one-on-one date in Greece had surfaced on the Internet in early May.
Now, Carbone is explaining why he had made the mistake about when exactly Hannah let Luke go.
"Hannah never eliminated anyone at the hometown date rose ceremony. All 4 guys went to Greece for overnight dates," Carbone revealed.
So that means four guys allegedly expected to receive an overnight date with Hannah although the typical season only features three Fantasy Suite dates.
"On Luke's overnight, something happened, [and] she sent Luke home before the actual overnight portion. So Luke is actually [No. 4]," Carbone tweeted.
Since The Bachelorette viewers saw that Luke received Hannah's coveted First Impression Rose in the first episode, as well as a steamy kiss, it's safe to say Bachelor Nation will probably be surprised to see him go when he does.
"Hannah was definitely into Luke. We'll see what caused him not to win, but my guess is the fact that he just didn't seem to be liked in the house was a major reason for it," Carbone wrote in his blog on May 9.
"I think it was his to lose and he lost it. We all want to date someone people like. I can't think of one Bachelorette that ever chose a guy who was involved in a majority of the drama in the house because it's never happened."
And Luke will be involved in a lot of drama, with other men being jealous or skeptical of him -- at least according to a new The Bachelorette trailer that aired at the end of The Bachelorette reunion special on May 6.