The Bachelorette 2014 is nearing the end and the famous/infamous blogger Reality Steve is emphasizing that Josh Murray is the winner.
Reality Steve obtains spoilers for the entire season while its filming, so by the time the episodes start actually airing, he knows who gets eliminated when and who ultimately wins.
He’s been doing this for a while now and his accuracy is pretty high, but he still has his critics.
There’s currently three men left on the Bachelorette, vying for Andi Dorfman’s heart–Josh Murray, Nick Vaill, and Chris Soules.
Chris gets eliminated before the overnight portion in the next episode, according to Steve, while Nick gets eliminated in the finale, which airs on July 28.
Steve says that Andi is engaged to Josh.
Addressing critics in a recent blog post, he said he’s planning his column that will go up after the finale: “‘You want a summary of it? “I was right. Again. The End,'” he said. “20 more days. Can’t wait.”
Steve also recently disclosed that Marcus Grodd, who was eliminated late in the Bachelorette, is engaged to Lacy in Bachelor in Paradise.
The spinoff is currently filming.
Another big question on people’s minds is–who will be the next Bachelor? Steve says that it will likely be Chris Soules, the farmer from Iowa.
“All you pretty much need to do is read Chris Harrison’s ‘5 Guys to Watch’ and know he’s already pumping up America for good ol’ country boy millionaire, Chris Soules. Not too hard to figure it out. Just like I said with Andi before Juan Pablo’s season started, I’ll say the same thing with Chris: this is his gig if he wants it,” he said.
“Sure the show will do their song and dance and ask their audience who they’d like, who are their favorites, and they’ll talk about what a tough decision they have. It’ll all be just to drum up interest in the franchise. It’s Chris’ gig to lose. So any ladies thinking of applying next for next season, or have already made it through any rounds of casting, pay attention to him during Andi’s season because that’s most likely gonna be your guy.”