Some new details on "The Bachelorette" 2017 spoilers have just been released. rachel lindsay's season of the show is almost over and in 13 days fans will get to watch for themselves how her journey to finding love will play out. It's a highly anticipated season filled with more diversity and interesting contestants. As viewers saw at the end of Nick Viall's "After the Final Rose" episode, Rachel was introduced to four men that she was visibly impressed with!

Final rose ceremony update

According to Reality Steve, the final rose ceremony for "The Bachelorette" 2017 is taping in Spain this week.

Some "missing parts" to the final three need piecing together, but those spoilers will be fed to fans hungry for all the details next week.

The final three men are Eric Bigger, Bryan Abasolo, and Peter Kraus. All of "The Bachelorette" spoilers up to hometowns in South Carolina have been spilled by Reality Steve, but there's been nothing out of Norway, Denmark, and Switzerland. One thing the spoilers extraordinaire did guarantee is that Rachel Lindsay definitely gets engaged at the end of the show. Which of the final three will that be?

Let's do one final rundown of who Rachel's final three men are. Eric is 29-year-old motivational speaker who lives Los Angeles; he's a fitness enthusiast as well and is originally from Baltimore.

Bryan is a 37-year-old chiropractor for the Accident and Injury Team at the University of Florida -- a school he graduated from in 2003. Peter is 30-year-old personal trainer in Madison, Wisconsin. He has an Associates Degree in Dietics/Dietician from Madison Area Technical College. He has also modeled in L.A. and Chicago.

All of Rachel's men for "The Bachelorette" 2017 are accomplished in numerous areas -- as most contestants are in the franchise.

Will she choose a doctor, motivational speaker, or personal trainer? This week she'll make a decision at the final rose ceremony in Spain. Bryan did receive the first impression rose in the first episode, early spoilers reveal. Is this a strong indication that he'll be the one holding the final rose at the end of the season?

One is always jilted in the end

The final rose episode is a shattering moment for the runner-up who is always confident the lead will choose him or her. A dreadful scene between Rachel and her runner-up will take place before her happy moment with the winner unfolds.

"The Bachelorette" 2017 premieres on Monday, May 22 on ABC at 8 p.m, ET/PT.