"The Bachelor" star Chris Soules is inching towards the finale, with Monday's episode dedicated to Soules meeting the parents of the final four contestants.
Six women were left back from episode 7, Carly Waddell, Britt Nilsson, Whitney Bishcoff, Jade Roper, Becca Tilley and Kaitlyn Bristowe, but only four will head out for hometown dates; and according to Reality Steve, Waddell and Nilsson are the unlucky ones.
Sunday's special episode of "The Bachelor" saw Nilsson having an emotional breakdown after Chris gives Bristowe a rose, and her jealous tantrum might have ensured her exit from the show. Spoilers indicate that Nilsson will exit from the show before Monday's hometown dates, and from what we saw earlier, Nilsson wasn't too happy about introducing Soules to her parents.
"If a man that I give so much to is more concerned about validating someone else than giving that back to me, do I want to bring him home to my family?" she said after her jealous fit.
Meanwhile, Reality Steve has dished out about the hometown dates, which will see Soules visiting the girls' families and meeting their friends.
Becca Tilley and Soules reportedly attended the Louisiana State Fair during their hometown date, following which the pair headed out to her brother-in-law's house for dinner. It has also been learnt that Tilley's hometown date took place on the day of her birthday on 30 October.
Soules' second hometown date had him meeting Kaitlyn Bristowe's mother, who lives in Arizona. It is not immediately known if Bristowe's sister, Haley, and her family met Soules during his visit to Arizona.
Next was Jade Roper, and Reality Steve noted on his blog that the pair was spotted visiting the Gering Bakery & Flower Shop. Soules' last hometown date was with Whitney Bischoff and at some point, the pair was at Quartino's restaurant.
As for who gets eliminated in the episode, Steve revealed that Roper will be asked to leave, and the final three girls will head for the overnight dates in Bali.