"The Bachelorette" 2017 spoilers reveal that famed Bachelor nation spoiler, Reality Steve was wrong about rachel lindsay's final rose winner. While Steve, who usually provides very accurate spoilers on all the shows, first reported that Rachel chose Peter Kraus as the winner of Season 13, he's now saying that report is false. Steve's new, seemingly more reliable, sources tell him that Peter did not end up with Rachel's final rose, but that Dr. Bryan Abasolo ended up walking away engaged to Rachel.

The original spoilers were wrong, who won Rachel's heart?

According to Reality Steve, he got some wrong information from the get-go, but later it was clarified by the same source that told him JoJo Fletcher was engaged to Jordan Rodgers in the Season 12 finale of "The Bachelorette." So, Steve is now standing by his updated spoilers, and says that without a doubt, Rachel Lindsay is engaged to Dr. Bryan Abasolo, the chiropractor from Miami, Florida. Bryan graduated from the University of Florida in 2003 and is 37-years-old. Fans may remember that it was Bryan who won Rachel Lindsay's first impression rose on the very first night in the house. Bryan also got the first kiss from Rachel, and it looks like those bold moves paid off, because she eventually chose him to be her future husband.

Will Peter Kraus be the new 'Bachelor?'

So far, not much else is known about Bryan Abasolo except for the fact that he looks great in scrubs, and that he swept Rachel Lindsay off of her feet. Of course, "The Bachelorette" fans already know that Peter Kraus will be in the Rachel's final four, and will likely also be the runner-up of Season 13.

Now, viewers are wondering if Peter, after being rejected by Rachel, will be the new "Bachelor" when the show returns at the beginning of 2018. The last two "Bachelor" stars, Nick Viall and Ben Higgins were both announced on the "After The Final Rose" live show, and that may be when the big announcement comes again. However, just because fans seem to already like Peter Kraus, that doesn't mean he'll be the next leading man.

In the past, the network has chosen someone not from the previous season of the show, like Nick Viall.

Only time will tell if Reality Steve's latest "Bachelorette" spoilers are one hundred percent true, and if Peter Kraus will be named the new "Bachelor" for 2018. However, until then, Monday nights are for watching Rachel Lindsay fall in love and choose her future husband.