'The Bachelorette' 2022 finalist Aven Jones joins 'No Engagement' club, Rachel Recchia's bestie calls it 'deal breaker'
In the first segment of 'The Bachelorette' finale, Aven meets Rachel's friends and family and uncovers a bombshell that seriously concerns her best friends
CLERMONT, FLORIDA: Gabby may have limited her prospective suitors to a single man, but Rachel Recchia has three guys to select from in Part One of 'The Bachelorette' finale: Tino, Aven, and Zach. According to the network's most recent previews, Rachel may also have a few self-eliminating contenders aboard her boat.
It's now or never for Rachel and Gabby Windey, who are hoping for a proposal from one of their last men on 'The Bachelorette,' but as the previews have revealed, they might leave Mexico empty-handed. Fans witnessed Gabby eliminate Johnny in the Fantasy Suites special after he indicated he wasn't ready to propose to her. A similar circumstance occurred with Jason, who felt he didn't want to get engaged too quickly and walked away. So that leaves Erich, who appears to be the final deal. But... Is he? Rachel, on the other hand, spoke with Zach because she was "worried" about his intentions. This conversation made him anxious, so he asked her for a word before the Rose Ceremony. And that's where they left the viewers. As a result, the finale will be filled with emotion.
Aven meets with Rachel's besties, Sam and Nate, who want to know if he's ready to be engaged in an exclusive peek of the episode on Tuesday, September14. His response, "I don't know, but I am falling in love with her," raises some serious BFF red flags. "Aven not wanting to be engaged at the end of this process will be a dealbreaker," Nate says. The two must then convey the terrible news to Rachel, and as viewers can see in the clip released by the show's Instagram page, it is not particularly favorable to our blond bachelorette.
"This is shocking," she exclaims. As viewers have seen in season finale previews, Rachel and Gabby's journey to the Proposal Platform will not be easy. Erich, Gabby's final suitor, says he'd prefer "date" than be engaged after only a few months, while the latest episode concluded with an emotional Zach interrupting the rose ceremony to chat with Rachel alone.
While fans who are eager to watch how this season ends may be disappointed, they may participate in the excitement that 'Bachelor In Paradise' will resume without a break the following week. Many stories remain unresolved, including Zach's encounter with Rachel and Rachel's decision on which of the last guys she wants to marry. In addition, Erich and Gabby must decide whether to get engaged on the show.
The first segment of 'The Bachelorette' Finale special will be broadcast on ABC on Tuesday, September 13, at 8 pm ET. If you can't watch it on cable, you can watch the show live on fuboTV, which has a seven-day free trial. You may watch it on Hulu the day after it is aired.