On The Bachelorette, here's who got booted off the boat this week

On The Bachelorette, here's who got booted off the boat this week ...

Instead of the usual one-lead game, Bachelor Nation's Mondays look different these days. Season 19 is a double bill, with more men 32 to be exact, and more drama. However, who knows who will go home on the weekend of Gabby and Rachel's?

Jesse Palmer, the franchise host who spoke on The Bachelorette's final rose stage to announce what's in store for Season 19, had a surprise on his sleeve: Both Gabby and Rachel would play the lead roles in the next season of Clayton's.

Gabby and Rachel's friendship and excitement about embarking on this Bachelorette adventure together had fans pumped for their shared season. However, now that their season has come, Gabby and Rachel must get down to the work of finding their fiancees.

Those who have accepted their goodbyes will be shocked, while others will follow weeks of hate-watching. Here's the breakdown of everyone who has accepted their acceptance.

Eliminations from The Bachelorette Episode 4 (August 1)

Rachel offered Hayden a rose during Week 3, even after she learned that he had called Gabby rough around the edges. However, he didnt stay around long after.

When Meatball (James) took it upon himself to expose Hayden's wrong behavior toward Rachel, James repeated what Hayden had shared, sending Rachel into a justified spiral. Hayden confronted Rachel and quickly sent him home.

The Bachelor mansion was rewritten a bit, but the majority of the episode went smoothly (pun very intended) The cast left the Bachelor mansion to sail to France on a multi-city cruise ship, where they began a multi-city tour of Europe on a cruise ship. Both men ended their dates with their respective roses, ensuring they were safe heading into Week 5.

The group dates then brought some drama. Gabbys was more conventional, having the men box each other, although Rachels feelings of rejection overshadowed the actual boxing. After that, Rachels group date was truly unhinged, she had to smell her dates' armpits and watch them make out with their own hands in the name of seduction.

Gabby sent home Kirk and Quincey and Rachel sent home Jordan following all of these.

Here are some of the men who will continue on to the next episode:

Gabby: What is your opinion?

Rachel: Is there a way to get things done?

  • Tyler
  • Aven
  • Tino
  • Meatball
  • Zach
  • Ethan
  • Logan

Eliminations from The Bachelorette Episode 3 (July 25)

Gabby and Rachel had already had a difficult time dating the same group of guys at the same time in Week 3 of the double-Bachelorette season. After the tension of them both liking Logan in the previous week, they decided to go into the new week with a fresh start.

Zach went on a one-on-one meeting with Rachel, planned by Karamo Brown of Queer Eye fame, and he coached them on how to prepare for a Hollywood film premiere. Gabby went over to the mansion to talk to the rest of the guys about the journey. She left wanting to make a connection with the guys more.

Rachels bachelorette date went smoothly and he received a rose, and then it was time for Gabbys 1-on-1 with Erich... and Grandpa John. Even though Gabby got a bit emotional about her Bachelorette journey, she still felt the date went smoothly and gave Erich the rose.

Gabby and Rachel decided to split up the remaining guys and offer them roses, requesting that they only date the Bachelorette who rejected their roses. They had to say goodbye to Jacob, who was not offered a rose by either Rachel or Gabby.

As the show enters Week 4, here's how the show's remaining guys are organized:

  • Erich
  • Nate
  • Johnny
  • Spencer
  • Jason
  • Mario
  • Kirk
  • Quincey
  • Michael
  • Zach
  • Aven
  • Tino
  • Logan
  • Tyler
  • Ethan
  • Jordan
  • Hayden

However, in the credits scene for the episode, one of the rejected men returned and asked for a second shot with Rachel: Meatball, who told Rachel he wasn't thinking clearly when he said he wanted to go for Gabby. It's yet to be seen whether Rachel allows Meatball to rejoin the cast and pursue her.

ABC's Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET.

Eliminations from The Bachelorette Episode 2 (July 18)

The Bachelorette's second season of Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windeys featured a dramatic punch. Rachel and Gabby did not appear this week due to a Fantasy Suite discussion, which began calmly. All the men had to strip down to small swimsuits and sell themselves to Gabby and Rachel, beauty pageant style.

Logan, Jason, Aven, Johnny, and Colin were invited to a private after-party with Rachel and Gabby at their house. Rachel was already ecstatic when Jason admitted that he was there for Gabby, but both Gabby and Rachel liked Logan, giving fans their first glimpse into how awkward this season may be.

Rachel was planning a 1-on-1 racecar with racecar driver Jordan V., but it all fell apart when she realized she didnt want him and wanted to take him home. Gabbys 1-on-1 with Nate went a little better, luckily.

Three men had roses before heading to the cocktail party: Logan, Johnny, and Nate. It was then time to see who else would receive the boot for Chris Austin. Brandan, Ryan, Chris, Colin, John, Justin B., and Matt.

Rachel and Gabby still have a lot of women on their hands, though 21 to be exact. Here are a few of the contestants who received a rose:

  • Jason
  • Aven
  • Erich
  • Zach
  • Jordan
  • Quincey
  • Michael
  • Tino
  • Jacob
  • Tyler
  • Termayne
  • Hayden
  • Meatball
  • Kirk
  • Spencer
  • Alec
  • Ethan
  • Mario
  • Logan
  • Johnny
  • Nate

Eliminations from The Bachelorette Episode 1 (July 11)

The contestants made an impression with a ton of wild entrances (see: a children's choir singing Clayton sucks) and memorable moments like Tino and Rachel reclaiming the stairs with a hot makeout session. Despite liking Alec's entrance with the choir, Gabby and Rachel fell in love with all limo entrances that mentioned Clayton.

As Gabby and Rachel began to meet the men, they noticed something amiss: no one was making the effort to kiss either of them. A quick chat with the men discussing their strategies revealed that some of the contestants did not want to kiss both of them on Night 1, thus they withdrawn from the game.

After Rachels makeout chat with Tino, Gabby received her First Impression Rose, embarrassing Aven and Jordan V., who she also confronted. Mario joked around with Gabby and talked about why he should open up. Erich was quite surprised by this decision, especially after their kiss.

Both actors had to come to terms with who to eliminate due to being unable to talk to each other in the evening. Jesses was able to engage with their audience for the first time, revealing who they like and who they want to eliminate.

The two leads decided to cancel the second rose ceremony, instead having a very intimate breakup with Roby, and the twins, Justin Y. and Joey. This decision leaves a lot of men (29 to be exact) to continue following Gabby and Rachel.

  • Alec
  • Aven
  • Brandan
  • Chris
  • Colin
  • Erich
  • Ethan
  • Hayden
  • Jacob
  • James
  • Jason
  • John
  • Johnny
  • Jordan H.
  • Jordan V.
  • Justin B.
  • Kirk
  • Logan
  • Mario
  • Matt
  • Michael
  • Nate
  • Quincey
  • Ryan
  • Spencer
  • Termayne
  • Tino
  • Tyler
  • Zach

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This article was originally published on 07.12.22.

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