Many were confused over the ending to 2015's The Bachelor, with good reason. The tradition of The Bachelor is to begin a new season of The Bachelorette shortly thereafter, with several men competing for the hand of a woman. Usually, the one woman is a runner-up from the previous season of The Bachelor, but this time, there are two women from last season of The Bachelor to be on this season of The Bachelorette. Here is what we know as far as The Bachelorette 2015 spoilers, including which woman will be chosen, but not the man who will choose her.
The International Business Times reports that both Britt Nilsson and Kaitlyn Bristowe, both runner-ups of 2015's The Bachelor, will be the center stage on The Bachelorette, and the men joining the show will get to pick which woman that they think would make the perfect wife and companion.
So what is the deal? Are there going to be two winners for The Bachelorette? Well, if you are looking for spoilers, it would appear that source of spoilers, Reality Steve, has shed at least some light on the new direction for The Bachelorette for 2015. Reality Steve has predicted some winners in the past, and accurately predicted that Whitney Bischoff would win Chris Soules' heart in the most recent 2015 season of The Bachelor.
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, the general consensus for how The Bachelorette 2015 would play out would be that the 25 male contestants would choose Kaitlyn or Britt as the next Bachelorette, and then send home the other one. So, who will it be? Well, you might not want to read further if you don't want any potential spoilers.
According to Reality Steve, Kaitlyn Bristowe is chosen as the 2015 Bachelorette. This choice doesn't happen on the first episode, apparently, because Britt Nilsson hasn't been sent home and is still being filmed.
As per usual with the Reality Steve reports (or any leaks of reality shows whatsoever) we might know the outcome without knowing the details. For example, we know that Kaitlyn Bristowe has completed her first date as The Bachelorette in Los Angeles. What we don't know is what Britt's role will be on the show if Kaitlyn is the star.
There has been a lot of speculation for what Britt will be doing. Perhaps she will help out Kaitlyn by giving here opinion on what guys to send home. If she has some say for what men she chooses to send home, then what happens if Kaitlyn vetoes her?
I suppose that the presence of two women could create a lot of drama for The Bachelorette this season, and either this will be a new standard that could influence the next season of The Bachelor as well as future seasons of The Bachelorette or it will be some failed experiment that fans and producers of the show will try and forget. It is possible that the two women are there to divert fans' attention from the actual man that the true Bachelorette will pick for the final rose. I've heard very little about that, but the show doesn't begin for another two months.
You can watch all the drama for yourself when The Bachelorette returns to ABC on Monday, May 18th.