Bachelorette Becca update: Mike Fleiss drops misleading hints about finale

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As Bachelorette Becca Kufrin prepares to hand out her final rose, producer Mike Fleiss is dropping some misleading hints about the finale.

Mike Fleiss has been tweeting vague details about Bachelorette Becca Kufrin’s season since filming started in March. His tweets often turn out to be nothing burgers, but they serve a purpose — to get fans amped for the upcoming season.

Now that filming for Becca’s season is close to wrapping up, Fleiss’ tweets are catching the interest of fans who are wondering if the 28-year-old Minnesota native gets engaged, falls in love with two guys, or walks away single. Beware — Fleiss’ most recent tweets are very misleading.

Final rose clues? Not really!

Earlier this week, Fleiss tweeted some clues to Bachelor Nation that appeared to be about Becca’s final three guys. Here’s what he had to say — and why it may have nothing to do with Becca’s guys at all!

“First hint for


BachelorNation … 3>2.”

“Second clue for


BachelorNation … A blast from the past.”

“Clue No. 3 for


BachelorNation … It ends in proposals.”

“Clue No. 4 for


BachelorNation … JP!”

Many Bachelorette fans immediately assumed Becca’s ex-boyfriend, Ross Jirgl, will make a comeback at the final rose ceremony. Not likely, but never say never.

However, if you read the tweets closely, you’ll see Fleiss wrote: “it ends in proposals.”

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While that could mean both of her final two guys (or some “blast from the past”) propose to Becca, Fleiss’ tweets have nothing to do with the upcoming season of The Bachelorette.

Instead, his hints are about a new reality dating show that will air this summer — The Proposal.

“Hosted by former Bachelor and NFL star JESSE PALMER, The Proposal is a brand new dating series from ABC and the producers of The Bachelor! In each episode, 10 eligible daters will compete in 4 pageant-style rounds to win the heart of a mystery suitor or suitress and the chance to make a proposal. After each round, daters who fail to connect will be eliminated until only two remain. At the dramatic end of each episode, our final two daters will meet their mystery girl or guy and make a proposal… Each episode is like binging a whole season of The Bachelor!”

That’s just a weird concept for a show, in my opinion.

It’s ultra-speed dating that will lead to relationships that probably won’t last (ahem … Bachelor Winter Games).

As for the contestants from previous seasons who will appear on Fleiss’ rumored reality show …

We can easily come up with a long list of guys and girls who can’t wait to get back on TV.

Will it air before or after Bachelor in Paradise? We’ll find out soon — both shows will air this summer.