"The Bachelor" 2018 cast is already picked out, and new names have surfaced. Who will fans see on the show and what type of women will Arie Luyendyk, Jr. have to choose from? An early tweet from Reality Steve over the weekend teased that more of the same would be featured on season 22 - models, actresses, fitness coaches, and those who have "indirect relationships" with the franchise.

On Tuesday, Reality Steve leaked who some of "The Bachelor" 2018 contestants are. Steve asked fans on Monday if they'd prefer to learn who the women are by each day or get all four at once. While the cast is typically comprised of 25 to 30 contestants, he knows who 40 percent of them are.

Steve routinely shares these spoilers sporadically in chunks and was willing to mix it up a little bit by doling out one contestant at a time daily. An overwhelming amount opted to get all four girls at once, but Steve decided to only release one of the cast member's names on Wednesday. See who she is below!

Season 22 cast member revealed

Chelsea Roy will be one of the contestants vying for Luyendyk's heart next season. She's a 29-year-old from Portland, Maine who works as an administrative assistant for Keller Williams. Roy is a model and single mother to a toddler son, Sammy. She's a graduate of the University of Southern Maine. Her Instagram account was deactivated on September 17. Much of the cast appearing next season have just deactivated or set their social media accounts to private.

A YouTube video of her is seen here:

Reality Steve will release other "Bachelor" 2018 cast members in the coming days. He notes in his latest blog post that while he knows who several of the women are at this point, some of them may be sent home before filming even begins. He doesn't have control over this, but since fans have until January for the show to start, they'll take anything!

Shooting status

Arie was spotted shooting scenes for "The Bachelor" at Sonoma Raceway over the weekend, Steve tweeted.

Many are still trying to adjust to the idea that Arie is going to be the 2018 lead. Peter Kraus has a huge fan base, and it was thought that ABC would select him, but they decided to tap a runner-up from the 2012 season of "The Bachelorette" with Emily Maynard.

Needless to say, he's not a popular choice with the audience. By the time the show airs, people will be mentally prepared to see the race car driver find his soul mate.

Are you looking forward to seeing Arie Luyendyk, Jr. look for love in season 22?

"The Bachelor" 2018 premieres in early January.

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