"The Bachelor" Nick Viall made his final pick almost two months ago in Finland, but fans won't find out who he proposed to until the season finale airs on March 13. However, the girl who wins his final rose may come as a surprise to fans who are counting on Reality Steve’s spoilers to be correct.

With just a few weeks to go before the final rose ceremony airs on ABC, Nick has yet to identify a clear frontrunner on the show, prompting fans to question Steve's prediction that special education teacher Vanessa Grimaldi wins Nick's heart. And it's not just fans who have doubts about the outcome of the show — host Chris Harrison has been dropping hints that the "The Bachelor" didn't go with the safe choice.

Did Reality Steve get it wrong?

If Vanessa isn't the girl who wins Nick's final rose, it won't be the first time Reality Steve's spoilers have been wrong. He's missed the mark on three seasons of "The Bachelorette" (Kaitlyn Bristowe, Des Hartsock, and Ali Fedotowsky) and on both of Brad Womack's seasons of "The Bachelor."

Although he got it right when he spoiled the outcome of Ben Higgins' final rose ceremony, it was clear that Ben was smitten with Lauren Bushnell from the moment she stepped out of the limo. Nick doesn't seem to have a deep connection with any of his girls, making the ending of the show even harder to predict.

Nick isn't playing it safe

Although spoilers point to Raven and Vanessa making it to the finale, "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison hints that we shouldn't discount the possibility that this season's villain, Corinne Olympios, could be a serious contender for the final rose.

Nick and Corinne definitely have sexual chemistry but Harrison thinks there's more to their relationship than just physical attraction. He tells Us Weekly that the 24-year-old Florida native "knows what she wants" and her confidence is "attractive to Nick."

Nick has made it clear that he likes Corinne's aggressiveness — something he makes no excuses for during an interview with AOL Build.

After all, he did fall for Kaitlyn Bristowe and Andi Dorfman – both girls have strong personalities, unlike the sweet Jen Saviano, the girl he ditched on "Bachelor in Paradise."

Corinne? Seriously?

Reality Steve's spoilers indicate that Corinne goes home after the hometown dates and while that may turn out to be true, Chris Harrison wants fans to know that her relationship with Nick is "no joke" and she is a "very serious candidate" for the final rose.

Of course, he could just be trying to throw fans off course, but Corinne is the only girl Nick has consistently connected with since the beginning of the season.

Could we see Nick get down on one knee and propose to the girl who has a nanny or will Reality Steve claim victory when Vanessa turns out to be the recipient of a gigantic Neil Lane diamond engagement ring?

The speculation will come to an end when "The Bachelor" season finale airs on March 13 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.