The third season of Bachelor In Paradise is halfway over and things have been more chaotic than an entire year of The Bachelorette. People have been kicked off the show, eliminated without love, entered and been hated, and gotten drunk beyond all belief. Now, it’s time to know exactly when cast mates are entering the show and when they will be sent home in rose ceremony eliminations before the season finale which brings forth true love.
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.
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Once again, there was some clever editing on the part of ABC as they made sure that only one rose ceremony elimination was featured instead of the two that everyone expected. It happened at the beginning of the show and a couple of guys ended up without roses, so it pushed the second one to this upcoming Monday.
If things go as expected, there should be two rose ceremony eliminations on Monday night’s show and here is who will likely be sent home in Episode 4 per Reality Steve:
- Sarah Herron during rose ceremony
- Ashley Iaconetti during rose ceremony – She is granted a second chance and comes back.
- Vinny Ventiera leaves on his own
- Daniel Maguire during rose ceremony
- Carl King during rose ceremony
- Ryan Beckett during rose ceremony
- Haley and Emily Ferguson before rose ceremony
The second rose ceremony could very well end up being pushed off again as the drama with the Ferguson twins may be the cliffhanger on Monday. They decide to leave on their own because they’re tired of it all, and before leaving, they warn Amanda Stanton of the dangers of Josh Murray.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 16, 2016
That is when Josh Murray essentially loses his mind on everyone left on the show as Inquisitr previously reported. So much insanity is going to be caused at that point that it’s likely ABC will shut things down then and leave fans shocked for a week.
So, if everyone listed above leaves on Monday night, below is how the rest of the season will go as far as the entries to Mexico and the eliminations.
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 first three women listed as leaving will be eliminations during the rose ceremony. Caila is done with the drama and wants to take off which leads Jared to follow quickly behind her. Shushanna simply thinks everything about the show is stupid and she just wants to get out of there.
According to Reality TV World, the relationship between Caila and Jared lasted only as long as their time on the show as it is being reported they have now broken up.
— Bachelor in Paradise (@BachParadise) August 18, 2016
Five Women and Five Men Remain
Week 6: Season Finale – September 5 and 6, 2016
When it’s time for the season finale, five couples will remain but two of them won’t make it very far. Wells and Ashley split up before the overnight dates as it just didn’t make sense to them to go that far if they weren’t really in love.
Nick Viall and Jen Saviano also split up, but it is after the overnight dates and they will officially end all of the eliminations for this year of BIP.
The three couples that end the whole thing engaged are:
- Grant Kemp and Lace Morris
- Evan Bass and Carly Waddell
- Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton
Two of those three couples were spotted out in public earlier in August and did everything they could to spoil it for the fans. As of two weeks ago, they were still together, but there is no official word on Evan and Carly as they are keeping things a bit more secret.
As usual, ABC thought it would be fun to mess around with the spoiler websites and keep them from being right in their reports. That is why they are moving things around and making some edits that keep each early episode report from being totally accurate.
So, while there should be two rose ceremony eliminations on Monday, it’s always possible there may only be one by episode’s end.
There is going to be a lot happening on Monday night’s episode of Bachelor In Paradise, but the rest of the season is still set in stone. While some things may be moved around, everything up above is guaranteed to happen by the time the finale is over. The rose ceremony eliminations can sometimes be tricky, and this time, there will be more than one couple finding true love before all is said and done.
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