The Bachelorette Season 21 Spoilers: What We Know So Far

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Filming for The Bachelorette Season 21 has already wrapped up, concluding Jenn Tran’s journey for love. Jenn was chosen as the Bachelorette following her time on Joey Graziadei’s season of The Bachelor. Despite forming a strong connection with Joey initially, Jenn was eliminated before hometowns. Jenn left Joey’s season heartbroken, but has since healed and embraced her second shot at love.

Per usual, Reality Steve has come in clutch with the spoilers. While he doesn’t have a ton of details yet, he was able to confirm Jenn’s final two men. Reality Steve is rarely wrong, so it is fair to say that he is probably correct with his findings. If you’re like me, then you love a good spoiler, even before the season starts! Keep reading to find out who Jenn’s final two men are, and more! And if you don’t want to know the potential future, stop reading NOW.

Marcus Schoberg and Devin Strader are Jenn’s final two

The first man confirmed to be in Jenn’s final two by Reality Steve is Marcus Schoberg. While we do not know much about Marcus, we know that he is 31 years old. Marcus currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, which isn’t too far from Jenn’s hometown of Miami, Florida.

According to Reality Steve, Marcus has had more of his pictures released than any of the other men. This is likely due to Marcus having a one-on-one date with Jenn in Seattle, which several fans attended. Several pictures of Marcus’s hometown date, which took place in Tacoma, Washington, have also surfaced.

The second man confirmed to be in Jenn’s final two is Devin Strader. Devin is 27 years old, making him just a year older than Jenn. He currently resides in Houston, Texas, which is a little further from Miami than Raleigh.

Despite knowing the final two, Reality Steve doesn’t know who Jenn chooses yet. As of right now, The Bachelorette Season 21 winner could be either Marcus or Devin. Reality Steve doesn’t know when he will find out the winner, but predicts that could take some time.

Reality Steve is certain Jenn got engaged

While Reality Steve doesn’t know who the winner is yet, he is pretty sure that Jenn got engaged to whoever it is. As Reality Steve points out, in twenty seasons of The Bachelorette, only one didn’t end in an engagement. This makes the odds of Jenn getting engaged pretty high, and it would be a shock if she didn’t.

Furthermore, there doesn’t seem to be anything out of the ordinary about Jenn’s season as of yet. Joey’s season of The Bachelor teased an unprecedented ending from the jump, which it did end up having. Jenn’s season, on the other hand, seems to have had a traditional ending. It seems to merely be a question of which man she ends up choosing at this point.

Reality Steve isn’t always right

While Reality Steve has an impressive history of giving accurate spoilers, he has been wrong in the past. Most recently, Reality Steve incorrectly predicted the ending to Joey’s season. Reality Steve originally claimed that Daisy Kent was the winner, with Kelsey Anderson being the runner-up. This later turned out to be false, as Kelsey won while Daisy placed second.

Many Bachelor Nation fans were originally shocked by this, as they were sure Daisy would win after Reality Steve’s claims. Despite correctly predicting the final two, Reality Steve ultimately chose the wrong winner.

This mistake serves as a reminder to always take these spoilers with a grain of salt. While Reality Steve may have correctly predicted the winner for many seasons, Joey’s season showed that he’s not perfect. While he eventually corrected his spoilers, he still convinced much of Bachelor Nation that Joey chose Daisy. It seems like Reality Steve is being more careful with Jenn’s season, as he doesn’t want to give any more wrong information.

While many of us are on the edge of our seats to know who Jenn picked, there’s nothing wrong with a little more suspense. It is still early, and Jenn’s season is more than a month out from airing. We haven’t gotten to know the contestants yet, which is always good to do before finding out who wins.