Host Chris Harrison has decided his top picks to win Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s heart on this season of “The Bachelor,” but none of his five selected ladies are part of the rumored winner’s circle.

[Warning: This article contains possible “The Bachelor” 2018 spoilers.]

Ahead of ABC’s Season 22 premiere next month, Harrison, who has long hosted the dating program, shared his top five contenders to win over this season’s “Bachelor.” Despite rumors suggesting Becca Kufrin and Lauren Burnham are his final two, neither lady made it to Harrison’s list.

Speaking to People, Harrison named Kendall Long, a 26-year-old creative director from Los Angeles; Chelsea Roy, a 29-year-old retired model; Seinne Fleming, a 27-year-old Yale graduate; Bibiana Julian, 30-year-old executive assistant; and Bekah Martinez, a nanny with an undisclosed age, as his top picks.

“The Bachelor”​ host Chris Harrison (not pictured) did not name rumored finalists Becca Kufrin (left) and Lauren Burnham when asked about star Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s frontrunners this season.

“I’m really excited for Arie,” Harrison said of the upcoming season. “He is a really good man with a great family and great career. He has everything, but he’s missing one thing. And he really wants to meet that someone.”

While Harrison may have his heart set on one of the five women he selected to win Arie over, rumors suggest the former race car driver turned real estate mogul picked a different contestant as his winner.

Reality Steve, who has long been spoiling the results of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” before the episodes air, has named Rebecca “Becca” Kufrin, a 27-year-old account executive from Minneapolis, as Arie’s fiancée.

Arie’s runner-up is said to be Lauren Burnham, a 25-year-old from Dallas.

“The Bachelor”​ star Arie Luyendyk Jr. is pictured with his rumored winner Becca Kufrin in a scene from the Season 22 premiere.

The blogger also revealed that evidence of Becca and Arie’s speculated post-show romance may have been leaked on social media a time or two since filming wrapped. Of course, this wouldn’t be the first time this has happened.

“The Bachelor” premieres Jan. 1 on ABC.