The action is heating up in Mexico for the third season of Bachelor in Paradise, and the drama is certainly becoming heavier even with Chad Johnson gone. Episode 3 on Monday night is going to bring some interesting happenings as three women will enter paradise, but only one of them won’t actually be voted out. It’s time to keep track of all the entries for this season and the rose ceremony eliminations as well, so let’s see who is remaining and when they head home.
Spoiler alert: Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the new and upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.
Monday night will be a strange one as Ashley Iaconetti enters the show and is eliminated in the same episode, but she isn’t sent home. After not being given a rose, she comes back and begs for another chance, which she is granted, according to Reality Steve.
Sarah Herron, fresh off of her fight with Chad, will not be given a rose at the elimination ceremony and is therefore sent home for good. Let’s check out the order of entries and other rose ceremony eliminations throughout the rest of the season.
Week 4 – August 22 and 23, 2016
Entering: Wells Adams, Ryan Beckett, Brett Menick, Carl King
Rose ceremony eliminations:
- Daniel Maguire
- Ryan Beckett
- Carl King
- Vinny Ventiera
- Haley and Emily Ferguson
The rose ceremony will send three guys home — actually, three of the four guys who arrive in Episode 4, so they won’t be around long enough for you to even get used to them. Vinny leaves because he learns that Izzy isn’t interested in him like he is with her, so there’s no reason to hang out in Mexico anymore.
Haley and Emily, the twins, are seen as a team, and they just don’t feel like giving out their rose this week. Due to that, they are advised to head on out as their elimination was brought on by themselves.
Seven Women and Seven Men Remain
Week 5 – August 29 and 30, 2016
Entering: Tiara Soleim, Lauren Himle, Shushanna Mkrtychyan, Jami Letain
Rose ceremony eliminations:
- Lauren Himle
- Jami Letain
- Tiara Soleim
- Shushanna Mkrtychyan
- Caila Quinn
- Jared Haibon
The three women who are advised to leave during the rose ceremony elimination don’t really cause much of a fuss, but three other people do. Caila decides to leave the show because she is fed up with the drama, and Jared is hot on her heels with the same mindset.
During the cocktail party, Shushanna realizes that the show is just stupid and doesn’t even make it to the rose ceremony elimination as she chooses to leave on her own.
Five Women and Five Men Remain
Week 6: Season Finale – September 5 and 6, 2016
The season finale of Bachelor in Paradise is going to be much bigger than anyone could have possibly imagined. Not only will one couple end up happy and engaged, but there will be three of them, and that was confirmed months ago by creator Mike Fleiss.
These two couples go on to split up and don’t make it through the season finale with a relationship intact.
- Wells and Ashley
- Nick and Jen
The three that end the whole thing engaged are:
- Grant Kemp and Lace Morris
- Evan Bass and Carly Waddell
- Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton
All three of these couples actually seem to have a very good chance of actually making it and staying together, but no one can predict the future. Josh and Amanda have already been seen out in public, as have Lace and Grant, and that’s a big no-no to ABC, but not much can be done about it now.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 11, 2016
One wedding may happen a lot sooner than anyone actually thinks, though, as Josh and Amanda may have a wedding before they know it. Hollywood Take reports that their love has grown very quickly, and the wedding may come about as soon as the season is over.
Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise has brought about some rather intense and ridiculous drama with Chad Johnson and the Josh Murray vs. Nick Viall feud heating back up. At the end of it all, there will be three engagements, but many wonder if they are just to help build ratings for the show. Only time will tell there, but at least now you know when people enter paradise in Mexico and when they go home in the rose ceremony eliminations.
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