The couples are growing closer and closer on Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise.
With so many contestants feeling a strong connection, which of the couples will end up together after the finale? Will there be five couples that last until the end?
In the latest episode, Evan Bass tried his best to convince Amanda to leave Josh. When his efforts failed, his time on the show appeared over until Carly Wadell handed him her rose.
While it didn’t look like Carly’s romance with Evan was going to last for long, they are one of the rumored couples to get engaged.
Reality Steve posted a picture on Twitter of Carly cooking in what looks like Evan’s house. Is this evidence that they are still together?
At the same time, Jared and Caila were starting to take off when Ashley Iaconetti’s arrival put a damper on their heated romance.
Considering how much Ashley still loves Jared, it is probably in his best interest to send her packing by giving his rose to Caila.
Which is exactly what happens during tonight’s rose ceremony. Ashley and her tears are sent away, only to return 30 minutes later, according to Reality TV World.
Ashley just does not want to leave Paradise and begs producers to give her a second chance. They grant her wish just in time for the arrival of Wells Adams.
Bachelorette fan favorite Adams finally joins Bachelor in Paradise and may save Jared by taking emotional Ashley off his hands. At least that is what it sounds like in this teaser via ABC.
“Continuing to feel rejected, the tearful bachelorette prays for a man to arrive and ease her broken heart — just as a handsome radio DJ steps onto the beach. Will this new arrival be the man to help her move on from her unrequited love? Will this self-proclaimed princess finally find her happily ever after in Paradise?”
After all, Ashley and Wells really connected after his arrival and reportedly make it to the finale.
Unfortunately, things probably won’t work out as rumors hint of a split during the finale.
It also doesn’t look like Jared is going to find love as long as Ashley is hanging around. In fact, he already threatened to leave the show to give Ashley some room.
Meanwhile, another couple that seems promising is Lace Morris and Grant Kemp. After Chad Johnson exited the show, Lace and Grant have been pretty much inseparable.
Will Grant propose to Lace at the end of Season 3?
Speaking of engagements, the Inquisitr has already reported that fans might get to see a double wedding for two of the final couples on the show.
Last month, Mike Fleiss hinted at the possibility of a double wedding on Twitter.
“Our goal is to film our first ever Double Wedding!!!” he wrote.
Which couples will make it to the end?
Apart from the couples mentioned above, it looks like Nick Viall’s romance with Jen Saviano is going to heat up in coming weeks.
The pair hit it off after Jen’s arrival, but it doesn’t appear like things will last through the end.
Apparently, the two did not want a long distance relationship and are going to break up during the finale.
Out of the five final couples — which include Ashley Iaconetti and Wells Adams, Nick Viall and Jen Saviano, Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, and Lace Morris and Grant Kemp — Chatt Sports Net reports that three of them will get engaged.
Amanda and Josh have been spotted together since the filming for Bachelor in Paradise ended, so they are clearly one of the couples that will last through the finale.
At the same time, Lace and Grant got matching tattoos after their time on the reality show, which is a pretty strong sign that their relationship includes an engagement during the finale.
Lastly, Carly and Evan’s romance seems like it is headed for an engagement.
Of course, just because they get engaged doesn’t mean they will follow through and get married.
Even Mike Fleiss told fans that only one of the couples would probably get married.
“I bet that at least one of our #BachelorInParadise engaged couples will get married…” he wrote on Twitter.
Fans can watch the drama unfold when new episodes of Bachelor in Paradise air Monday and Tuesday nights on ABC.
Tell us! Which Bachelor in Paradise couples do you think will make it down the aisle? Let us know in the comments and check out a preview for the next all-new episode below.
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