“The Bachelor” Matt James is down to his final three but it will be weeks until viewers learn his next elimination. On Monday, ABC will air its Season 25 “The Bachelor: Women Tell All” special. Find out what’s in store for fans when the regular program resumes next month.

[Warning: Spoilers Ahead]

After 15 of Matt’s contestants return to rehash the season’s drama for the “Tell All,” Matt will make the tough decision of narrowing down his final three to his final two. So, who gets the boot?

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"The Bachelor" Season 25 finalists (from left) Michelle, Bri, and Rachael. ABC

Fantasy suite week is said to see the elimination of Matt’s first one-on-one date recipient of the season, Bri Springs.

Show spoiler blogger Reality Steve has revealed the California native will be the last one eliminated ahead of Matt’s finale. This means Michelle Young, one of the newest 2021 contestants, and Rachael Kirkconnell will make up his final two.

As for what happens from there, it has been reported that Matt ends things with Michelle before the final rose ceremony. Rachael has long been reported to be his winner, earning a promise ring from the lead, though their love story appears to have come to an end post-show.

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After weeks of rumors about his “The Bachelor” winner being Rachael, Matt apparently broke things off with the Georgia resident earlier this week. Their breakup comes after controversial posts from Rachael’s past, which showed her attending an antebellum party, surfaced online.

Matt addressed the controversy, without revealing his post-show relationship status, in an Instagram post on Monday, writing he found the images of Rachael “incredibly disappointing."

"The reality is that I'm learning about these situations in real time, and it has been devastating and heartbreaking to put it bluntly," he continued, later adding, "It has also pushed me to reevaluate and process what my experience on 'The Bachelor' represents, not just for me but for all of the contestants of color, especially the Black contestants of this season and seasons past, and for you, the viewers at home."

“The Bachelor: Women Tell All” airs Monday, March 1, at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.