The ABC reality show filmed in Newport several months ago and tonight you can finally watch that episode.

In late March, The Bachelorette filmed for 10 days throughout Newport, Rhode Island and starting tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC, you can see where they filmed and what went down.

Rumor has it there was a Luke-on-Luke fight that leaves one Luke walking away from Hannah for good.

But right now all we really know is that the show wanted to film on the Cliff Walk, Fort Adams State Park and its Eisenhower House, Belle Mer, Narragansett Bay, White Horse Tavern, Belcourt Castle, and outside of Gurney’s Newport Resort and Marina.

Gurney's is the hip hotel in town and was expected to really be the epicenter of filming these Newport episodes.

Other hot spots for filming were stops in The Black Pearl and Clarke Cooke House, two popular restaurant/bar locales. And interest was said to be expressed in the Jane Pickens Theater as a spot for “a musical performance/private concert.”

No idea who that artist could have been, but it'll be very cool to find out.

Kind of surprised they chose to film in Newport in March, seeing as it's still pretty cold and wintery around that time.

But I guess if you want to keep the filming as secretive as possible, heading to Newport in the offseason is a better way to do it.

So far things were kept pretty well under wraps, so I guess we'll all have to watch tonight on ABC to see what really happened when The Bachelorette hit Rhode Island.

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