‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Spoilers Week 4: Six Contestants Leave Next Week, One Couple’s Shocking Breakup Shakes Things Up In ‘Paradise’

The third season of Bachelor in Paradise is half way over with just three weeks to go before the season finale. Next week (Week 4, August 22-23) the remaining girls and guys will scramble to couple-up so they don’t get eliminated, but several contestants will walk out before the rose ceremony.

Not only will fans see several of their favorite cast members leave the show without finding love, one couple who formed a bond on the season premiere will shock everyone and break off their relationship.

Here’s everything you need to know about the fourth week of ABC’s summer reality series that airs on August 22 and 23, including some information about what promises to be both a heartbreaking and romantic season finale.

[Warning: Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 spoilers ahead]

ABC loves leaving fans with a cliffhanger on this season of Bachelor in Paradise, so fans will see Week 4 start out with the Week 3 rose ceremony.

According to Reality Steve, Sarah Herron will leave during the Week 3 rose ceremony and Ashley Iaconetti will walk out without a rose, but there’s no need to get upset about her departure. Ashley will be back before you can say, “drama” — and there’s a possibility she may (finally) forget about her obsession with Jared.

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Ashley Iaconetti [Image via Bachelor ABC Twitter]

There will be plenty of drama to keep fans entertained during the two episodes that air during Week 4. Four new guys will arrive and six contestants will go home — three of the six will leave before the rose ceremony.

Josh Murray and Nick Viall will have a mini-reunion with two guys from Andi Dorfman’s season of the Bachelorette who will arrive on Week 4. Us Weekly has a list of Andi’s guys if you need a refresher — fans will see Brett Melnick and Carl King join the Paradise cast on August 22.

In addition to Brett and Carl, Wells Adams from JoJo’s season and Ryan Beckett from Kaitlyn’s season of the Bachelorette will also arrive in Paradise next week.

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All four of the news guys will go on dates next week — Ryan and Haley, Carl and Emily, and Brett and Caila, and Wells and Ashley — but one of the guys took his default pick on a date. Find out who that is below.

Who leaves before the Week 4 rose ceremony and who is sent home without a rose?

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Vinny and Izzy [Image via ABC Television Network]

Reality Steve states that Brett asked Izzy to go on a date before asking Caila. That didn’t go over too well with Vinny when he finds out that Izzy was interested in getting to know Brett.

Vinny and Izzy were one of the couples many fans thought would make it to the end, but spoilers indicate that Vinny breaks up with Izzy and leaves Paradise before the rose ceremony.

Twins Haley and Emily decide they are done looking for love in Paradise and leave before the rose ceremony. According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, Haley and Emily take Amanda aside before they leave and warn her about Josh.

The rose ceremony — which may be carried over to Week 5 just to keep fans talking — will leave three guys without a rose on Week 4. Here’s how it will play out if the spoilers are correct (girls give guys roses).

  • Amanda gives her rose to Josh.
  • Lace gives her rose to Grant.
  • Jen gives her rose to Nick.
  • Carly gives her rose to Evan.
  • Caila gives her rose to Jared.
  • Ashley finally gives her rose to someone other than Jared – Wells gets her rose.
  • Izzy gives her rose to Brett after Vinny leaves.

Going home on Week 4 are Daniel, Ryan, and Carl.

The season finale is scheduled to air on September 6. According to a recent report from the Inquisitr, five couples make it to the finale and there will be two surprising breakups before the final rose ceremony.

Watch Bachelor in Paradise on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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