Who Wins Clayton Season Bachelor

The Bachelor Season 26 (or Clayton’s Bachelor) in which 31 girls participated aired on 3 January 2022 at 8/7c on ABC and one can stream Bachelor Season 26 on Hulu.

Six Bachelor 2022 contestants received One-on-One dates with Clayton. Name of the six contestants who received One-on-One dates with Clayton are:

  • Susie Evans (28 year, wedding videographer from Virginia Beach, Virginia)
  • Sarah Hamrick (23 year, wealth management advisor from New York City, New York)
  • Rachel Recchia (25 year, flight instructor from Clermont, Florida)
  • Serene Russell (26 year, elementary school teacher from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
  • Gabby Windey (30 year, ICU nurse from Denver, Colorado)
  • Teddi (24 year, Registered Nurse)

Out of the six contestants, only three – Susie Evans, Rachel Recchia, and Gabby Windey became the final three contestants of Clayton’s Bachelor.

Susie received her first One-on-One date in Los Angeles, California, in week two and her second in Vienna, Austria, in week seven.

Rachel received one One-on-One date in Houston, Texas, in week four.

Gabby received one One-on-One date in Vienna, Austria, in week five.

The Final Rose Ceremony was filmed in Fantasy Suite dates in Iceland where Susie, Rachel and Gabby had their Fantasy Suite dates. In the trailer of The Bachelor Season 26, you can Clayton telling his final three contestants that he’s in love with all three of them.

It is speculated that Susie is the winner of Clayton’s Bachelor (Bachelor Season 26) as Susie was the first of the final three Bachelor contestants to return to social media. It has been consistent with past Bachelor and Bachelorette winners, which indicates that Susie may be the winner of Bachelor Season 26.

Susie also received the Pretty Woman date also known as a date where the lead and the contestant go on a shopping spree. It is not yet confirmed whether Clayton and his Bachelor winner are engaged.


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