'The Bachelor' 2020: Reality Steve Names [Spoiler] as Possible Winner

'The Bachelor' 2020: Reality Steve Names [Spoiler] as Possible Winner

02/25/2020

This season of The Bachelor has been pretty low on spoilers, but Reality Steve has finally named a possible winner. [Spoiler Alert] This article contains spoilers for The Bachelor 2020. If you are not interested in knowing how the season unfolds, please stop here. This particular season has been unlike no other. Between intense cattiness of the contestants, a final rose ceremony that is unlike any other, and salacious rumors, Bachelor Nation has been fairly exhausted by the controversy. Because of the drama, fans haven’t really been able to see a true love story unfold. But, regardless, Peter Weber is down to his final three contestants.

A quick recap on the remaining contestants

The final three women are Hannah Ann Sluss, who caught Weber’s attention early on when she nabbed the first impression rose, Madison Prewett, who scored the first date card and has already met Weber’s parents, and Victoria Fuller, who has the rockiest relationship with Weber but is somehow still around. Given the amount of drama that Fuller has been involved with during this season of The Bachelor, the controversies she was a part of before the show (i.e. modeling for a company that used the slogan “White Lives Matter”, alleged cheating scandals, and being arrested for a DUI), and the way she treats Weber, most fans will be pleased to know that she is not the ultimate winner. Reality Steve has shared that Weber eliminates Fuller during the upcoming rose ceremony before Women Tell All.

Reality Steve shares his spoilers

But, Fuller’s elimination seems to be the only thing that Reality Steve is completely positive about. Though he did manage to provide some surefire spoilers, including Prewett walking away the day of the final rose ceremony, he only has theories at this point. Though the theories are very strong, he has admitted that he wouldn’t be surprised if things went the other way. Ultimately, Reality Steve shared that he believes that Weber is currently trying to work on his relationship with Prewett. Whether he selected her (or intended to) at the final rose ceremony remains unclear for him. However, he knows the pair is not currently engaged. As we saw last night on The Bachelor, Prewett had some serious issues with Weber choosing to be intimate with other contestants. This is likely the catalyst that led her to self-eliminate and why the pair are not currently engaged.

Reality Steve isn’t completely positive about the winner

“After everything I’ve heard all season, I think what happens is at the end of all of this, Peter is trying to be with Madison and it’s all happened post-show. He’s with her, they’re either working on a relationship, or they are happy and together now. However, if you told me he was single, I can’t say I’d be surprised either. One thing I’m almost certain of is that post-show, Peter absolutely spoke with Madison to try and make it work between them. But honestly, I don’t know if it did and I don’t think any of us will until the ATFR. I know that’s probably not the answer you were looking for, but I’m telling you from the things I’ve heard, the one thing that keeps coming up is this is ‘ever-changing,’” Reality Steve shared of his final theories for The Bachelor 2020.

How will The Bachelor Finale 2020 ultimately end

But what of Weber’s relationship with Sluss? Reality Steve shared that he doesn’t believe she’s a potential winner. But, he’s unsure if the bachelor chose the model on the day of the final rose ceremony. “Peter and Hannah Ann I feel very confident in saying are not a thing right now and won’t be come finale time. But I really don’t know if he chose her on final rose ceremony day and called it off shortly thereafter. I don’t think he did, but without knowing for sure, I can’t say it with certainty,” Reality Steve wrote. We’re sure fans of The Bachelor are dying to know definitively how this season ends. Luckily, we’ll know one way or another in a few weeks’ time.

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