Unlike past installments of “The Bachelorette,” Season 16 of the ABC dating series will look much different for more than one reason. Not only is the cast filming in a single location due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the series will also see not one, but two leads, due to its original star falling in love early on in the show.

When the 2020 season of “The Bachelorette” premieres on Oct. 13, fans can expect to first meet Clare Crawley. Soon after, she will be replaced by fellow Bachelor Nation alum Tayshia Adams, though ABC has yet to officially confirm the casting switch up. Here are all the spoilers fans need to know.

clare and tayshia Clare Crawley (left) in a scene from "The Bachelorette" and her rumored replacement Tayshia Adams (right) during a 2019 episode of "Bachelor in Paradise." Photo: ABC Clare’s Run

This season of “The Bachelorette” will start off fairly normally. The series, filmed at the La Quinta Resort & Spa in La Quinta, California, will see Clare meet her 31 contestants. As feelings grow deeper, drama ensues. What isn’t normal is how quickly her story comes to an end.

Clare is believed to have only conducted a few rose ceremonies before deciding to quit the series, according to spoiler king Reality Steve. While it is unclear exactly how her leave from the show goes down, it has been suggested she refused to film after falling in love with contestant Dale Moss, which led to Tayshia taking over. As for the number of episodes Clare will participate in, four is the current speculated number.

This Season’s Villain

Host Chris Harrison has hinted that Yosef Aborady will be this season’s villain. During a cast introduction video, he said the Alabama-based participant “doesn’t shy away from controversy” and has no filter.

Reality Steve reports that Yosef, 30, will be eliminated from the show after fighting with Clare about a dodgeball group date he wasn’t invited on. “I’ve been told it wasn’t pretty, he called her names, and all-around rude to her, so she kicked him off the show,” he wrote in a Sept. 30 blog post.

Clare’s Winner

As expected, Clare’s winner will be Dale, a 31-year-old former football player from South Dakota. As for their current status, it has been said the two are still together and are likely engaged.

Tayshia’s Contestants

Tayshia is said to have met Clare’s 16 remaining contestants when she took over as “The Bachelorette” lead. At least four new men were also introduced to the cast during her run. According to Reality Steve’s findings, those individuals include Spencer Robertson, Montel Hill, Peter Giannikopoulos, and Noah Erb.

Tayshia’s Final Four

bachelorette spoilers Tayshia's final four as said to include (clockwise) Ivan Hall, Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, and Ben Smith. Photo: ABC

Spoilers reveal Tashia’s last four contestants will be Ben Smith, Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, and Ivan Hall. Coincidentally, the four men are all original cast members from Clare’s season. Brendan, a 30-year-old roofer from Massachusetts, and Ivan, a 28-year-old engineer from Texas, are said to be her “front-runners.”

Tayshia’s Winner

As of Friday, the winner of Tayshia’s season has yet to be announced. Reality Steve has said he expects to learn the name of the first-place contestant closer to the show’s premiere date. One thing is certain though, Tayshia isn’t believed to have received a “normal ending” for her part of the season.

Should there be no game seven in the NBA finals, “The Bachelorette” Season 16 will premiere Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.