ABC's new show Bachelor in Paradise premieres later this summer, and it sounds like it is going to be an entertaining endeavor. It isn't quite The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, but it's not quite Bachelor Pad either. However, thanks to Reality Steve's spoilers, it does seem there will be one thing BIP has in common with the other shows from the franchise: an engagement at the end of the season.
Reality Steve's Bachelor in Paradise spoilers have revealed that production has enticed one couple to get engaged just a mere three weeks after first getting together. It seems that initially producers approached Chris Bukowski and Elise Mosca, who left the show early on together after Chris suffered some kind of injury, with the idea. However, Bukowski declined the opportunity. Naturally that didn't stop the producers from trying to find someone else though.
Spoilers from Steve have indicated that there are two couples who make it all the way through filming and are still together now that the show has wrapped. Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul, from Andi Dorfman and Juan Pablo Galavis' seasons respectively, seemingly found love with one another. The other couple is said to be Michelle Money and Cody Sattler. Fans know Cody is also from Andi's season, and Michelle Money has been a familiar face to "Bachelor Nation" fans for some time after being on both Brad Womack's season of The Bachelor as well as on Bachelor Pad 2.
Steve indicates that both of these couples are seemingly really giving it a go now that filming is done. However, one took the bait and got engaged in the finale. Which one took the leap? Bachelor in Paradise spoilers from Reality Steve indicate that it is Marcus and Lacy. These two follow in the footsteps of Holly and Blake Julian as well as Blakeley Shea and Tony Piper of Bachelor Pad. While Blake and Holly are indeed married, Tony and Blakeley split just weeks after moving in together after their finale.
Will Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul really end up walking down the aisle and getting married? It seems unlikely, but stranger things have happened with this franchise. The latest preview for BIP via E! Online shows some juicy stuff that lies ahead, but it would appear that Marcus and Lacy's romance is kept hidden for now. Some would say it is shaping up to be quite the train wreck, but fans of the franchise are anxious to tune in to watch. Bachelor in Paradise premieres on ABC on Monday, August 4.
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