LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Bachelor Pad 3 spoilers reveal that 2012 winner Nick Peterson used a strategy of non-alliance and no romancing to get the big prize. Bachelor Pad 3 spoilers courtesy of Reality Steve have finally answered the long awaited issue of the season. Many thought who wins Bachelor Pad 2012 might never be leaked online this season. But Steve indicates that Nick Peterson not only makes it to the final round of voting but also takes home all the money for himself.
In the end, it’s Nick Peterson’s strategy and tactics at playing the reality show competition that will dominate news after the show’s finale. Nick Peterson and Rachel Truehart head into the final round as a team. But Nick later tells news and contestants that he didnâ€™t really form any alliance with anyone.
But will viewers agree? Rachel will tell news that, in her opinion, the cast members voted for her and Nick as the winning team because of her popularity, not Nick’s. She will purportedly assert that, if it wasnâ€™t for her, they wouldnâ€™t be the final team to battle for the cash prize. Viewers, however, may disagree.
Spoilers are in conflict over who are the final four contestants. Tonight that uncertainty will be resolved.
Reality Steve tells news that Rachel Truehart and Nick Peterson, on the one hand, and Chris Bukowski and Sarah Newlon, on the other hand, are the final four. But that’s not what initial spoilers asserted. Those claimed that the final four contestants did not include Chris and Sarah but rather Ed Swiderski and Jaclyn Swartz.
In the finale, fans will learn that producers have retained the â€śshareâ€ť and “keep” approach for season three. It remains unclear according to spoilers why the keep/share was retained for a season three, and not opted instead for a new format this season.
But if Nick’s ending is any suggestion, the keep/share approach does lead to a suspenseful ending. Rachel, believing that she was the glue and the heart-n-soul to get her and Nick into the finals, reportedly votes to “share” the money. But Nick, RealitySteve tells news, shocks fans and announces that he’s not sharing anything with Rachel. Yes, Nick’s keeping all the money for himself.
In the end, the rest of the entire cast which voted Rachel into the booth walks away with nothing, Rachel gets nothing, and Nick gets a quarter million dollars. But how will fans react to Nick’s decision?
The bigger question, however, is whether ratings will pick up for the show this season. On August 27, a week ago, the show finished third in its time slot. It was beat by Hotel Hell on FOX and How I Met Your Mother and the Big Bang Theory on CBS in the first hour. The show delivered 4.4 million viewers with 1.3 million viewers in the key 18-49 demographic. The show, however, beat America’s Got Talent on NBC.
In its second hour, Bachelor Pad was beat by Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen and CBS’ 2 Broke Girls followed by Mike and Molly. For more on what happens in the final episode, click HERE.
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