Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The Bachelorette 2016 Winner Leaked! Luke Pell Joins Bachelor 2017?

The Bachelorette 2016 Winner Leaked! Luke Pell Joins Bachelor 2017?

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The Bachelorette 2016 winner has been leaked by a family member of the presumed winner.

Jordan Rodger has been the frontrunner in this year’s season of the ABC reality show. He has been consistently rumored to be The Bachelorette 2016 winner as well. The speculation seems to have been confirmed by his own brother, Luke Rodgers. Luke hinted that Jordan and JoJo Fletcher are already looking forward to their future together.

Luke was asked to compare the reality star from his brother’s former girlfriends. “JoJo was different in how she was able to just so easily come lockstep with our family and conversations and stuff, except for the fact that she is missing some crucial movies that we quote a lot, but we’re going to catch her up,” he told Womanista.

The Bachelorette 2016 now has three remaining suitors – Jordan, Robby Hayes and Chase McNary. Fletcher sent Luke Pell packing last week after the hometown dates. However, Luke will confront Fletcher in the Men Tell All episode, which will be aired on Monday (July 25).

Spoilers indicated that Pell will ask Fletcher why she decided to send him home amid her feelings for him. Fletcher will admit to the 31-year-old war veteran that she regrets sending him home after she realized that she has feeling for him. In the earlier episode of this season, Fletcher revealed how she feels about Luke.

It was previously reported that Fletcher regrets her decision of picking the man she ended up with. Apparently, Fletcher is going to pull a shocker in the finale and will make a last-minute twist.

Meanwhile, many believe that Luke will be the next The Bachelor 2017 star. Chase, Robby and James McCoy Taylor are reportedly being considered for the gig.

Let’s all find out who host Chris Harrison will name as the new The Bachelor leading man. The announcement will be made during one After Paradise live episodes. The show will start airing when the Bachelor in Paradise premieres on August 2.