Even if you've been following The Bachelorette Spoilers and have known for ages which suitor becomes Rachel Lindsay's fiance, there are still some details that have yet to be revealed.
One of them pertains to exactly how that final decision goes down.
According to this new report, it's a decision that didn't come easily ... and the final breakup is apparently "brutal."
Okay, so the world watched as Rachel Lindsay introduced her final three suitors to her family.
The last episode ended with a cliffhanger -- and one-on-one dates in Spain -- but even with some extra time, Rachel Lindsay remained torn towards the end.
Apparently, of all of the decisions that Rachel has had to make this season, the final one was the hardest.
(Leaving some of us wondering where all of this hesitation was when she said goodbye to precious blue-eyed Dean Unglert)
According to Us Weekly's source, Rachel Lindsay's final breakup is brutal.
"When it gets down to the finale and the final two guys, the last breakup is the most heart-wrenching of all time"
That already sounds like it'll be a lot.
But there's more:
"They couldn’t say goodbye, and even when they did there were so many tears from her. After she left, he collapsed and sobbed."
That's such a sad image.
But it wasn't just hard on the suitor.
"She was torn until the very end."
Most of the time, you don't think of these decisions as being last-minute or impulsive.
It sounds like Rachel is really following her heart.
Rachel Lindsay said she wanted to quit The Bachelorette at times because her choice was so hard, and we're definitely getting a sense of that.
It won't be easy on the viewer, either:
"It’s brutal to watch this breakup -- worst breakup in years on this show."
Describing it as "brutal" gives us an image of, like, a gladiatorial arena -- which sounds like a setting for a dating show that's probably been pitched to at least one network over the years.
(Imagine if suitors literally fought each other on The Bachelorette ... oh wait, that sounds like the premise to an episode of Black Mirror)
But saying that it's the worst breakup in years on the show ... that's a tall order.
Remember, more than love or romance or anything else, The Bachelorette is about breakups.
Because there are way more breakups on The Bachelorette than there are actual couples.
(Though at least some people forge lasting friendships)
Just a reminder that the finalists are:
Peter Kraus, a handsome guy from Wisconsin who should absolutely be Rachel Lindsay's pick.
Bryan Abasolo, a smooth-talking chiropractor who seems to say whatever Rachel wants to hear.
Eric Bigger, a personal trainer who really doesn't seem to raise that much positive or negative interest.
Seriously, Peter Kraus and Bryan Abasolo may be polarizing individuals, but fans seem to have basically forgotten that Eric exists.
Maybe he'll make a name for himself as a suitor in a future season.
Dean Unglert is a favorite to be The Bachelor, but anyone who made it to the end could have a future within the Bachelor Nation.
We may already know who Rachel picks, but it'll be interesting to see how it all goes down.
(But, based on this, we should all have some tissues handy)