‘Bachelor’ Creator Makes ‘Historic Announcement’ About Clayton’s Season

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Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss makes ‘historic announcement’ about Clayton’s season. Keep reading to find out what he said about Season 26.

Clayton Echard chooses his final four

As Clayton Echard gets closer to handing out his final rose, he sent a large number of women home on the February 21st episode. The episode began with 9 contestants and ended with just four.

Susie, Serene, Rachel and Gabby are the last women standing, Us Weekly reports. Clayton previously revealed that he was intimate with multiple contestants and expressed his love to three of them.

The outlet recapped that Echard sent Sarah home after accusing her of faking her tears and manipulating the other women.

Mara, Eliza, Genevieve, and Teddi were the other contestants sent packing. 

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Clayton Echard/Credit: Bachelor Nation YouTube

Bachelor creator touts ‘historic announcement’

Amid all the drama surrounding who will get Hometown dates, Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss made good on his promise of a “historic announcement.”

The television producer set Twitter ablaze on February 19 by teasing an announcement was “coming soon.” He took to social media during the latest episode to share the news.

According to Fleiss, it’s impossible for Season 26 to be spoiled. Many took that to be a reference to Reality Steve, who has been sharing early spoilers about each season since 2009.

Mike Fleiss further proclaimed that  Season 26 “ain’t over til it’s over!” What does his cryptic tweet mean?

Bachelor Nation fans share reactions to news

Bachelor Nation fans immediately jumped on the tweet, sharing their predictions for what the “historic announcement” means. Some agree with Peter Weber’s prediction that Clayton will end up alone.

Others think he will choose one woman and then change his mind at After the Final Rose.

However, many of the comments were fans dragging Mike Fleiss for the lackluster announcement. Fans were expecting news on either a new season of The Bachelor or the long-awaited Senior Bachelor.

Fans were even hoping Tayshia Adams would get a full season of The Bachelorette after getting only half a season when replacing Clare Crawley.

However, it seems the “historic announcement” has nothing to do with the future of the franchise. But rather, something goes down between Clayton Echard and his final four women.

Reality Steve trolled Fleiss’ tweet by teasing his own spoiler announcement coming soon. Does he know how the season ends? His followers are anxiously awaiting an update.

At this point, no one knows how exactly Season 26 ends. Bookmark TV Shows Ace so you don’t miss any of the latest news.

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