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Nick Viall is next on "The Bachelor." Instagram/Nick Viall

It is still some three months before the premiere of Nick Viall’s season on “The Bachelor,” but there are already reports that leak who the final contestants will be. With a little over a month’s worth of dates and filming, Viall already has very significantly cut down the group of women.

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The leak came from Reality Steve, which claimed that Viall and the final six ladies are in the Bahamas filming episode 7 of the series. And while the names of the women were not specifically indicated, the photos clearly show the women as they join Viall aboard the St. Thomas.

While the final women cannot explicity be confirmed, Heavy.Com confirmed that Elizabeth Sandoz, who has prior “The Bachelor” history with Viall, does not get very far in the competition. She apparently gets eliminated during the group date of episode 2. Jasmine Brown, 25 years old, also does not get too far into the competition. Her current social media accounts indicate that she is in Asia and not in the Bahamas with Viall and the remaining girls.

On the other hand, Raven Gates reportedly makes it far into the competition as she meets Viall’s younger sister Bella during a one-on-one date. Another woman who gets a one-on-one date is Danielle Lombard, whom Viall takes out in Wisconsin and is serenaded by the Backstreet Boys. Rachel Lindsay, a lawyer from Dallas, also seems to catch the eye of Viall early on in the show. Lindsay receives the first impression rose for this season of “The Bachelor.”

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When Viall was first announced as the next star on “The Bachelor,” there was a collective feeling of shock amongst those who follow the franchise. Luke Pell was expected to be on the show after striking out on JoJo Fletcher’s season of “The Bachelorette.” But with Viall’s growing popularity on “Bachelor In Paradise,” producers eventually chose him.

Other than “Bachelor In Paradise” season 3, Viall was also in Andi Dorfman and Kaitlyn Bristowe’s seasons of “The Bachelorette.” The upcoming season of “The Bachelor” will premiere in January 2017 on ABC in the US.