On this season of "The Bachelorette," two people end up going to the hospital [VIDEO] and on next week's preview for episode two shows someone covered in blood. Of course, Reality Steve was able to figure out who goes to the hospital this season and why. It is going to be a pretty shocking week on the show. Becca Kurfrin is lucky that it isn't her that ends up injured and in an ambulance.

Who goes next week?

There are two different people who go to the hospital this season. It looks like this week it will be David Ravitz that goes to the hospital and this all because of him falling off his bunk bed. When you fall off your bed and break your nose, that does cause a lot of bleeding.

It turns out that isn't the only thing that happened to him, though. David also had bleeding on his brain, and suffered a concussion. That had to be a pretty hard fall off his bunk bed. No word on if it will affect him going forward in the competition.

You can imagine that he may end up getting a hard time for falling off the bunk bed from the other guys. Maybe he was sleeping or something else could have been going on that caused him to fall. Everyone is just going to have to wait and see how it all plays out this week on "The Bachelorette."

Another contestant goes to the hospital

One more contestant will go to the hospital this season, but it doesn't look like he could be the one this week because his injury isn't one that would cause a lot of blood. Clay will end up at the hospital as well this season, but it is for a broken wrist.

They are playing a football game on a group date. It looks like this could go down next week as well. He will end up at the ER over this injury so he can get fixed up.

It isn't crazy for contestants on "The Bachelorette" to end up getting hurt and going to the hospital. The thing is that two this close together isn't normal and viewers also aren't used to seeing that much blood from one injury. They always show these shocking previews and make it look a bit worse than it really is and make fans assume that there is a fight or something else going on, but that isn't the case at all.

Don't miss watching "The Bachelorette" this week on ABC to see the injuries and how it all goes down. Reality Steve [VIDEO] is usually pretty good with his spoilers, so there is no reason to think that this won't be how it goes down this week. New episodes air on Monday nights on ABC at 8/7c. This has been a great season so far and it is just going to keep going better as the season goes on.