‘Bachelor In Paradise’ 2016 Spoilers – Episode One: Meet The Contestants, And One Guy Goes Home For Being Too Wild

The current season of The Bachelorette with JoJo Fletcher is almost over as there are now just a few weeks to go until she finds her true love. For some of the cast-offs and others from previous seasons of that show and The Bachelor, they will head to Mexico for the third season of Bachelor In Paradise and many spoilers are now known. Here is a lot of info for the first episode including the contestants and one who is sent home for being over the top.

Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the new and upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise and The Bachelorette. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.

The season finale of The Bachelorette is set to take place on Aug. 1, and on the very next night, Bachelor In Paradise will begin its 2016 season. When it all begins, there will be nine women and seven men in Mexico, and it’s going to get wild right from the very start.

As Reality Steve reported, the first episode has the women asking the men out on dates. The guys will be giving out the roses at the end of the episode. The next week, things will be switched up and all will do the reverse.

Filming for the new season of Bachelor In Paradise took place over 18 days in June, and it will air every Monday and Tuesday night for six weeks. Monday night will be a two-hour episode and there will be a one-hour “After Paradise” special each Tuesday.

The nine women in Mexico for the start of this season are:

  • Amanda Stanton
  • Jubilee Sharpe
  • Lace Morris
  • Emily Ferguson
  • Haley Ferguson
  • Leah Block
  • Carly Waddell
  • Izzy Goodkind
  • Sarah Herron

The seven men present from the start are:

  • Chad Johnson
  • Evan Bass
  • Grant Kemp
  • Nick Viall
  • Jared Haibon
  • Vinny Venteria
  • Daniel Maguire

During the first episode, there will be only three dates taking place, and as stated earlier, the women get to ask the men out this time around. There are some interesting dates to kick things off and they are:

  • Amanda with Nick
  • Leah with Nick
  • Jubilee with Jared

Yes, Nick may have been shunned a couple of times in the past, but he is getting a number of dates early on while on Season 3 of Bachelor In Paradise. Still, that doesn’t always mean that things are going smoothly as tempers and jealous feelings can start to rise up.

Now, the men will give out the roses and some women will have to go home, but one guy does leave as well.

bachelor in paradise 2016 spoilers season 3 chad johnson [Photo by Craig Sjodin/ABC via Getty Images]Chad Johnson, the villain on this season of The Bachelorette, and the man who JoJo Fletcher said wasn’t meant to be her husband, is sent home. Apparently, he ends up getting over-the-top drunk and belligerent and just can’t be kept around any longer, so he’s sent packing from Mexico.

This drunken tirade must be when he ends up calling a female cast member a “really awful word,” and it doesn’t seem as if ABC is going to stand for that.

Even with Chad’s departure, the rose ceremony for the first episode of the 2016 season of Bachelor In Paradise has to take place and here are how things play out:

  • Grant gives a rose to Lace
  • Evan gives a rose to Carly
  • Nick gives a rose to Amanda
  • Daniel gives a rose to Sarah
  • Jared gives a rose to Emily
  • Vinny gives a rose to Izzy

Jubilee and Leah do not receive roses and are therefore eliminated from the show after just one episode. Reality Steve didn’t mention Haley Ferguson for the rose ceremony, but she will survive the Episode 1 cuts due to her twin getting a rose.

Bachelor In Paradise still doesn’t begin for a couple of weeks, but the chaos and insanity have already taken place. Now, all of the info is leaking out for fans to learn what goes on before it actually happens on TV. Yes, the contestants are now all known and some expected problems with Chad Johnson, but maybe nothing like this. Talk of him getting his own spinoff may end up going away after his behavior in Mexico.

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