'The Bachelorette' 2016 Spoilers: Episode 5

'The Bachelorette' 2016 Spoilers: Episode 5

'The Bachelorette' 2016 Spoilers: Episode 5

Alex is husband material. Even though the season 12 victor has already been predicted by Reality Steve, is it possible that Fletcher may not choose anyone and continue to remain single?

Nothing and nobody are off limits for "The Bachelorette" bad boy Chad Johnson!

However, it seems that JoJo is not the only one who will face a blast from the past this week, as a promo for the upcoming episode reveals that suitor Jordon too is questioned about cheating on his ex-girlfriend. Will he beg JoJo for another chance?

The infamous Bachelor blogger Reality Steve stayed true and posted his Season 12 spoilers, an episode by episode breakdown of Jojo Fletcher's dates and elimination, including the Season 12 finale and name of her final rose victor.

Bustle gives several reasons as to why JoJo may end up sending all of her suitors home. In a promo for the fifth episode first uploaded by Entertainment Tonight, JoJo is seen crying over Ben as she talks about someone purportedly criticizing her reasons for joining "The Bachelor" in the first place. Reality Steve couldn't get intel on who this date will be with, but he did do a process of elimination, which revealed that it could either be Luke or James Taylor.

Jojo Fletcher from "The Bachelorette" 2016 is having a hard time choosing the one out of 26 bachelors, wooing her in ABC reality TV series. This boiled over into a pool party and then Rose Ceremony that saw Ali, Christian and Nick B. get sent home.

Jordan Rodgers is a contestant on The Bachelorette 2016.

JoJo Fletcher's true intentions come under fire and she feels she has to defend herself tonight.

JoJo then points out that Jordan told her that he was ready for marriage but he wasn't before. The other one-on-one date will go to Robby Hayes, who will also receive a rose. As for the next rose ceremony, Reality Steve says that Vinny Venteria, Grant Kemp, and Evan Bass will be sent packing in the following elimination.

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