Reality Steve always does a great job of spoiling what will happen on "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" each season. Now he has revealed that rachel lindsay will really change up the way that she does the hometown dates. Normally, the lead will go to the hometown of the final four guys and meet their families. Instead, this time around the final four guys will come to her in her hometown of Dallas, Texas.

Details revealed of how Rachel changes things up this season

One thing going on this season is that Rachel Lindsay has a sister who is very pregnant.

It turns out that when it is time for hometown dates she will be so far along that traveling won't be a good idea. Normally, the family of "The Bachelorette" gets to go to a tropical location and meet the final two guys, but that is just not going to work out for her sister. This is something new that they had to deal with and find a way to make it work.

Now Reality Steve doesn't know exactly how this will work. Will all four guys meet her family at the same time or different times? Everyone is going to have to just wait and see how it goes down. It may end up being four dates with her family or all four guys at once plus some alone time or something.

One thing about this is that Reality Steve lives in Dallas.

That is going to make it really easy for him to spoil what ends up happening on these dates. He is going to have connections all over the place that will be able to tell him what they see and Steve may even be able to show up and scout some of it out himself.

The other thing everyone is curious about is if Rachel will end up meeting the guy's families.

That is unknown right now. They may end up flying the families of the final two guys to her finale and then she gets to meet them. Normally, it would have been her family there. They could bring their family to Dallas to meet with her family or something like that as well. Since they are changing things up, everyone is just going to have to wait and see how it all plays out on this season of "The Bachelorette" because it is going to be different than we are used to seeing.

At least they will mix things up which is going to be nice. It gets boring when it happens all the time the same way.

What do you think of the way that Rachel Lindsay is doing her hometown dates different? Do you think that this will work out okay? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes o "The Bachelorette" with Rachel Lindsay when they start airing in May on ABC.