The Bachelorette Season 13 Episode 5 will see more drama coming to the mansion. Rachel Lindsay in this episode will have a two on one date with Lee and Kenny. Who will remain and who will go back home is something to look forward to.

In the previous episode, Rachel learned about a brimming quarrel between Kenny and Lee. This episode will see what happens next after the start of a new rivalry in the Bachelorette mansion. Read to know five things that will happen in The Bachelorette Season 13 Episode 5 here:

  1. Handball Group Date

A preview of Episode 5 teases a super-exciting handball game between the suitors. In this game, Rachel appears to be quite impressed with Dean and another suitor. The game seems to be played out very well among the suitors without any twists.

  1. Two On One Date-Lee & Kenny

This is another exciting twist coming up in Episode 5. Rachel will have to pick up either Lee or Kenny in the next two-on-one date. The preview shows Kenny is successful in influencing Rachel about Lee’s wrongdoings.

  1. Rachel Impressed With Bryan

According to Reality Steve, Rachel will go on a single date with Bryan Abasolo. On this date, they rappelled down ski jump on harnesses. And, perhaps even kissed each other!

  1. Lee Or Kenny Who Goes Home?

As per the aforementioned source, there is a possibility that Rachel sends both Lee Garrett and Kenny King home. But it also adds that if one of them remains then it will be Kenny who will go home in the next episode.

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  1. Major Elimination From Episode 5

During the rose ceremony of The Bachelorette Season 13 Episode 5, Reality Steve says that Josiah Graham and one of the suitors Lee or Kenny is sent home.

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