‘Bachelor Winter Games’ Teases Big Proposal — See the Ring!

Looks like someone did get engaged on The Bachelor Winter Games after all. 

The Bachelor spinoff teased a big proposal on Twitter on Friday, sharing a photo of a couple holding hands on what looks to be the set of a Winter Games reunion show. Front along with center was a huge diamond engagement ring, courtesy of Neil Lane.

“Breaking News: There will be ICE on #TheBachelorWinterGames!! Who will be engaged? Watch which all play out next week! 💍🎊❄️,” Winter Games captioned the photo. 

While the identity of the happy couple wasn’t revealed, fans were quick to guess which the lucky woman was Clare Crawley — along with the lucky man was Benoit Beausejour-Savard (despite him leaving in tears on Thursday’s episode). 

Chris Harrison told reporters earlier This specific month which he along with producers weren’t expecting proposals This specific time around, given the show’s short production schedule. 

“We thought [Winter Games] had the potential [for successful relationships like Paradise], although the difference is usually the time frame. Our expect was which we would certainly at least have a relationship,” Harrison conceded. “We dialed our expectations back just a little bit… although I think we exceeded our expectations.”

“You’ll see more than one couple come out of This specific,” he added, confirming which Dean Unglert along with Lesley Murphy made a love connection. “I wanted to see if we could cross borders… we did which.”

Winter Games returns Tuesday, Feb. 20, before holding its finale on Thursday, Feb. 22. See more on the show within the video below. 

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