[BIG SPOILER] About This Year's Winner of the Bachelor 2018

Reality Steve has dropped a HUGE spoiler about this season's winner, and it may actually make this the most dramatic season in Bachelor history.

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING CONTAINS A HUGE SPOILER! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!


Those who scoured the Internet for information on this season's winner have likely found the same name: Becca Kufrin. Last week, however, Reality Steve, the king of spoilers when it comes to The Bachelor, threw us all for a massive twist. He revealed that Arie has supposedly dumped Becca and is believed to be dating his runner-up, Lauren Burnham.

Reality Steve's Sources & Info

Clearly, no bachelor fan is going to take that at face value. Luckily, Reality Steve gave a pretty detailed report of his sources.

Just days after the premiere, Steve says that he was told that Arie called Lauren on the night of the premiere. This is strange, as he'd already dumped her and was engaged to Becca at the time. After that, he "started hearing that Arie was having second thoughts about Becca and thinking he might’ve made the wrong choice." Steve also pointed out that during his media tour, Arie kept saying again and again that he'd fallen in love with two different women.

Then, last Tuesday after he posted his column on his website, Steve says he was told by someone that "Arie broke up with Becca and they are heading to Virginia to film.” Less than six hours later, he says he saw a photo in a "private Facebook group" that showed ABC's vans outside of Lauren's mother's house in Virginia. The photo simply shows two black cars in a driveway, and the person posting the photo captioned it, "So a good friend of mine's bf is next door neighbors with Lauren B. She said ABC and Arie have been at her house since 11 am." The photo was apparently taken down, but Arie says that this, coupled with the fact that Arie keeps on mentioning he "fell in love with two women" in interviews, means the rumor is true.

Steve seems pretty confident about this spoiler, and even wrote on the bottom of his article in bold: "Arie ended his engagement with Becca a little over a week ago and is now dating Lauren. That’s why he was in Virginia last week at Lauren’s parents' house."

We've pointed it out before, and it should be pointed out once again that Reality Steve has been incorrect in the past, but this time, he does seem to have a lot of confidence.

Who Is Lauren B?

Some of you may need a bit of a refresher on Lauren Burnham. After all, she hasn't been a huge part of the season so far. Lauren is 25. She works as a tech salesperson in Dallas, Texas, and her hometown is Virginia Beach, VA.

Lauren graduated from Old Dominion University in 2015 with a BS in Psychology, and has a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. According to Reality World TV, she was engaged to professional hockey player Christopher Crane. The two were supposed to get married in July 2017.

Speaking to ABC, Lauren says her top three attributes are that she is "very open-minded, loyal and fun to be around." Her dating pet peeve? When her date texts during dinner.

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