Bachelor in Paradise has come to an end, and one couple got engaged on the season finale. While many thought that Tenley Molzahn and Joshua Albers were the ones to get engaged on the finale of Bachelor in Paradise, Tanner Tolbert got down on one knee and proposed to Jade Roper. The two have been posting adorable pictures on Instagram and truly enjoying their time together. And at the time, everyone thought that their wedding would play out on television next summer.
But it sounds like they don’t want to get married on Bachelor in Paradise. Is the wedding cancelled? Well, it sounds like the Bachelor in Paradise wedding is cancelled, as host Chris Harrison doesn’t think that the couple would want to get married next summer. Apparently, he doesn’t think that they can hold out for that long.
According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report, Bachelor in Paradise host Chris Harrison believes that Tanner would want to get married before next summer, meaning the Mexico wedding won’t happen as producers had planned.
“Obviously with Marcus and Lacy, the timing worked out,” Chris revealed while visiting the Here to Make Friends podcast, adding, “I don’t know if Jade and Tanner will make it… I think they are chomping at the bit to get married, so it might be a race to the altar.”
“I don’t think we can make it to next summer,” he revealed, adding that Jade said that they “don’t want to have a long engagement.”
It sounds like this couple was a Bachelor in Paradise couple made in heaven. It is very possible that Jade and Tanner want to put their own spin on their wedding and not get married on television — just because they met on television. And as Harrison says, it is possible that Tanner can’t wait until next season of Bachelor in Paradise to tie the knot. And it sounds like the planning has already begun.
“Since I was a girl, I’ve wanted to get married under a willow tree,” Jade told Us Weekly recently according to OK Magazine, adding, “I’ve been sending Tanner pictures. He’s like, ‘Anything you want!'”
It sounds like Jade will get the wedding of her dreams, even if it isn’t while filming Bachelor in Paradise. But the positive aspect in doing the wedding next summer is that they get to have it filmed and can always look back on it together.
What do you think of Tanner and Jade possibly skipping out on the Bachelor in Paradise wedding?
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