Bachelor In Paradise isn’t even halfway over yet, but the drama has picked up in some rather huge ways. Some of the chaos is gone with Chad Johnson being sent home, but it’s only just beginning with Josh Murray and his anger issues. On another note, Episode 3 is going to air tomorrow night with some new faces arriving in Mexico and a double rose ceremony which will see one person beg for another chance.
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.
First things first, ABC’s clever editing to shun the spoiler sites came into play last week. While there was supposed to be a rose ceremony elimination at the end of Episode 3, the women will give out their roses to start tomorrow night’s show.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 14, 2016
As recapped by Hollywood Life, the episode ended with the dating couples spending some time together and Nick Viall being upset that Amanda Stanton now has eyes for Josh. The focus this week will be on that love triangle, but there is more important business at hand.
In the first rose ceremony, it will be Brandon Andreen and Christian Bishop left without roses, which will end seeing them sent home. Both of them just entered the show last week, so they barely made it through one episode, but it was time for them to go.
Tomorrow night, Reality Steve is reporting that Caila Quinn, Ashley Iaconetti, and Jen Saviano will enter Mexico to bring the number of women up to 10. Caila will go on a date with Jared, Jen will take out Nick, and Ashley will have a date with Jared, where a long talk is necessary.
Yes, Jared Haibon gets a double dose of dates, but the one with Ashley is a lot more important as they hash things out to come to the realization that they are just friends. ABC will tease it up as a love triangle, but it may not actually have that much drama attached to it.
If all goes as it should, the second rose ceremony elimination of the episode should take place at the end and it will have the guys deciding which women to keep in Mexico.
- Grant gives his rose to Lace
- Jared gives his to Caila
- Evan gives his rose to Carly
- Nick gives his to Jen
- Josh gives his to Amanda
- Daniel keeps the Ferguson twins around
Sarah has to leave because she doesn’t receive a rose from anyone and the same goes for Ashley, but that is where things get a bit strange. Not long after she is eliminated from Bachelor In Paradise, she comes back to ask (beg) for a second chance.
It may be needless to say, but tomorrow night’s episode is going to be quite interesting and rather double-ceremony dramatic.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 12, 2016
Everyone needs to remember that ABC does like to stick it to those that post spoilers online so they don’t always think they’re correct. In order to change things up a bit, ABC will move rose ceremony eliminations from one show to another. While these spoilers are going to happen, the way ABC airs them on the show could end up changing.
Ashley Iaconetti’s time on Bachelor In Paradise looked as if it was going to be very short-lived, but it shouldn’t be shocking that ABC is keeping her around. It will be interesting to see if the show ends up pushing the women’s rose ceremony elimination to next week to compensate, but if not, it will be an interesting ending to Monday night in Mexico.
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