Emotions will be running high on Bachelor in Paradise this week and fans will see new love stories begin, one shocking breakup, and witness what promises to be an explosive confrontation that includes Josh Murray and several of his cast mates.
Four new guys will arrive in Paradise on Week 4 (August 22-23), but it will also be a big week for departures. In addition to the three men who will be sent home without a rose, three contestants will walk away amidst some major drama before the rose ceremony begins, and one couple’s breakup will have fans wondering if anyone is there for the right reasons.
On a more positive note, Ashley Iaconetti will eventually stop crying and two contestants will enjoy the start of a new love story in Paradise.
Here’s what to expect during the episodes that will air on August 22 – 23 along with several preview videos from ABC that will hint at some, but not all, of what will go down in Paradise this week.
[Warning: Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 spoilers ahead]
Monday night’s episode will begin with the continuation of last week’s rose ceremony. Spoilers point to Sarah Herron leaving without a rose and Ashley I. leaving Paradise briefly after a confrontation with Caila Quinn, but she will return shortly after her departure.
Who arrives in Paradise on Week 4?
One familiar face and three guys who aren’t all that memorable will join the show this week. According to Reality Steve, Wells Adams will be greeted by his pals from JoJo’s season and Ryan Beckett (Kaitlyn’s season) will also arrive in Paradise this week. In addition to Wells and Ryan, host Chris Harrison will welcome two of Josh Murray’s former co-stars from Andi Dorfman’s season of the Bachelorette — Brett Melnick and Carl King.
Who goes on dates this week?
All four guys who arrive in Paradise this week get a date card this week.
- Ryan and Haley
- Carl and Emily
- Brett and Caila
- Wells and Ashley
Yes, spoilers point to Caila accepting a date with Brett even though she’s been lip-locked with Jared since Week 3. Naturally that confuses Jared — not only does his best pal Ashley score a date with someone who finally stops her from crying, the only girl he has feelings for (Caila) shows that she’s just not sure about him by going on a date with Brett. (Watch the video above for a sneak peek of the Ashley-Caila-Jared drama-fest)
According to Reality Steve, Caila wasn’t Brett’s first choice. He initially asked Izzy and that sets off a conversation between Izzy and Vinny that doesn’t go well.
Described by Reality TV World as one of this season’s “solid couples,” Vinny finds out that although Izzy turned Brett down, she was interested in going on a date with him. Their tear-filled conversation leads to the first big breakup of the season — spoilers indicate that Vinny leaves the show before the rose ceremony.
Who else leaves before the Week 4 rose ceremony?
Twins Haley and Emily have fun on their dates with Ryan and Carl, but there wasn’t a love connection in the making for either of them. If spoilers are correct, the twins will leave before the rose ceremony, but they have one last mission before they go.
According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, the twins take Amanda aside before they leave Paradise and warn her about Josh Murray’s intentions. This conversation causes Josh to show off his angry side and he reportedly blows up on all of his castmates, especially Nick Viall.
Josh isn’t happy that so many of the contestants are talking about him to Amanda and he looses his cool. Of course producers will highlight his angry conversation with Nick because they’ve been butting heads since he arrived in Paradise, but no one is spared from Josh’s angry rant.
Who is eliminated during the Week 4 rose ceremony?
It’s not clear if ABC will show the rose ceremony at the end of Tuesday night’s episode or carry it over to next week (Episode 5, August 29-30), but spoilers indicate that three of the four guys who arrived on Week 4 will not get roses — Brett Melnick, Carl King, and Ryan Beckett will all depart Paradise without finding love.
Watch Bachelor in Paradise on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET followed by the live After Paradise talk show on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.
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