Bachelor In Paradise still isn’t set to go on the air for another month, but there is already a lot of speculation going around. Not all of it is left up to guessing, though, as The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss revealed yesterday that there were “multiple engagements” for Season 3. Some questions do remain as everyone wants to know who is getting hitched and who had their mother head out to Mexico? Was it for a wedding?
That’s the excitement shown forth by Fleiss as he revealed there were multiple engagements on this season of Bachelor In Paradise. It appears as if he has a lot of confidence in at least one of those couples taking the vows.
I bet that at least one of our #BachelorInParadise engaged couples will get married… ❤️
— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) June 28, 2016
So, that leads many people to wonder who ended up getting engaged and which one of the “multiple” couples have a good chance. As reported by People, there are a lot of familiar names who went down to Mexico for the new season and fans of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will see some old-time favorites looking for new love.
By looking at social media, it was easy to see that Chad Johnson, Wells Adams, and Jubilee Sharpe were already back home and not one of the couples looking toward nuptials. Nick Viall, Lace Morris, Grant Kemp, and Jared Haibon were also in Mexico for the taping of Bachelor In Paradise.
At the end of the Season 3 taping, Reality Steve does report that they are indeed one of the couples who got engaged. This was even further confirmed by the report from Wet Paint that Murray’s mother headed down to Mexico and it was likely to watch her son pop the question to Amanda.
When it comes to the other engagement in the “multiple” that Fleiss was talking about, it wasn’t just one more. Some of the guys from the current season of The Bachelorette were able to find love elsewhere after being shown the door by JoJo Fletcher.
The taping for Bachelor In Paradise Season 3 has turned into a huge deal with three couples getting engaged before leaving the sandy beaches of Mexico. It wouldn’t be the first time that marriages were set to take place from the show, but it is the first time that three have come from the same season.
Of course, that is if the newly engaged couples make it to the point of walking down the aisle. That still remains to be seen.
The third season of Bachelor In Paradise is one that many thought could bring more drama than it would be worth with a number of villains from past shows. Chad Johnson and Lace Morris seemed to be a recipe for disaster, but they may not have caused too much trouble. When all will be said and done, there are going to be multiple engagements, and it certainly seems like Josh Murray brought his mother down to Mexico for a big reason.
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