Bachelor In Paradise doesn’t really have a very long run time each year, and Season 3 is no different in 2016. Next week is Episode 4 and the number of men and women doesn’t really dwindle much since new people arrive in Mexico each week. As time is going on, though, some of the contestants are finally just having their fill of the insanity and are choosing to leave all on their own.
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.
Some of those in Mexico may truly love being on the show, but some people have just had enough and are ready to go home. For those that are enjoying themselves, though, there is still half of a season for them to have fun and go a little crazy.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 12, 2016
Starting things off in Episode 4, Reality Steve reports that Wells Adams is joining the show from JoJo Fletcher’s season along with Ryan Beckett from Kaitlyn Bristowe’s season. Carl King and Brett Melnick are also arriving in Mexico and they are both from Andi Dorfman’s season.
Nine women remain at this point, and the guys are asking them out on dates for this week. Two of the dates that take place are Ryan with Haley and Wells with Ashley, but there isn’t a whole lot to say about that. It’s the other two dates that cause some big-time drama.
Brett originally wanted to take Izzy out which is a date she was interested in, but she rejected him because she is kind of in a relationship with Vinny. Considering she was intrigued by Brett’s date invitation, this causes tension between her and Vinny.
After all that takes place, Brett ends up going on a date with Caila while Carl asks out Emily Ferguson, one of the twins.
Later on, Vinny ends up leaving Mexico and effectively eliminates himself from Bachelor In Paradise. He was upset that his connection with Izzy wasn’t as strong as he originally thought it was, and Vinny simply decides he doesn’t want to be there any longer.
All of that leads to the rose elimination ceremony which has the women choosing which guy to keep around:
- Caila gives a rose to Jared
- Ashley gives hers to Wells
- Jen gives hers to Nick
- Lace gives a rose to Grant (obviously)
- Carly gives hers to Evan
- Izzy gives hers to Brett
- Amanda gives a rose to Grant (obviously)
That leaves Ryan Beckett, Daniel Maguire, and Carl King without so they are eliminated and sent home from Mexico.
Emily and Haley Ferguson, the twins from Ben Higgins’ season of The Bachelor, will also end up going home of their own doing. As reported by the Daily Mail, the twins pulled a tricky switch on a date in last week’s episode, but their fun has apparently run out.
The twins choose not to give out their rose and that causes them to eliminate themselves and have to go home. Before they leave, they do warn Amanda Stanton about Josh Murray as they believe he has bad intentions and this will cause him to lose his mind on everyone which shows his temper is still in place.
Bachelor In Paradise may be from the same family as The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, but it is nowhere near the same kind of show. Maybe there is going to be some true love found in Mexico, but the insanity is simply off the wall and even some of the cast realizes that. Seeing three members of the cast just choose to leave has to tell ABC something, but that is only the beginning as its going to happen again in Episode 5.
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