Get Ready For A ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Wedding: One Couple ‘Will Get Married’ [Report]

Bachelor in Paradise wraps up this week with a two-night season finale that airs on Monday, September 5, and Tuesday, September 6. Although spoilers have all but ruined the outcome of several relationships this season, there will be some unexpected twists and turns leading up to the final rose ceremony.

Five couples make it to the finale and host Chris Harrison will give them an ultimatum — leave Paradise as a couple or break up before the final rose ceremony. With rumors flying about three couples getting engaged this season, there may be a big surprise that Bachelor Nation won’t see coming — a proposal that leads to a rose ceremony wedding at the Playa Escondida resort in Sayulita, Mexico.

[Warning: Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 spoilers ahead]

Unlike the past two seasons of Bachelor in Paradise when the ending was kept a secret, the final five couples have made it their job to spoil the Season 3 finale. Whether it’s Nick Viall talking about his breakup with Jen Saviano after he was announced as the new Bachelor on After Paradise last week or hot-and-heavy couple Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton telling Us Weekly that they are living together, gossip magazine spoilers weren’t really necessary this season.

However, there may be one surprise that producers have managed to keep a secret and it’s a first for the Bachelor franchise. The show’s creator, Mike Fleiss, tweeted early in the season that there would be “multiple engagements” on the season finale and that’s not a shocker. However, he also tweeted that one of the couples would get married and fans are already buzzing about the couple who may have tied the knot right after getting engaged at the final rose ceremony.

“I bet that at least one of our Bachelor in Paradise engaged couples will get married,” Fleiss tweeted on June 29 — the last day of filming. Mike’s tweet came after a family member of one of the contestants — Josh Murray — arrived in Mexico, creating a buzz on social media about Josh’s family arriving for a Paradise wedding.

According to WetPaint, Josh Murray’s mother posted a photo of herself with her son on Facebook after she arrived in Mexico right before the final rose ceremony was filmed. Shortly after she posted her travel plans on Facebook, she changed the geo-location tag from Mexico to Tampa, something that she may have been told to do by the show’s producers in an effort to keep at least one thing a secret this season.

Throughout the season, Lauren Murray (@mommamurray) has been re-tweeting positive stories about her son’s relationship with Amanda, all while calling out the haters. It’s clear that she supports their engagement — and possibly a quickie wedding.

According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, Josh and Amanda traveled to Kansas City last month with Amanda’s daughters where they spent time with both Josh and Amanda’s family. Fans spotted Josh playing with Amanda’s two children and it wasn’t long before photos circulated on Twitter, giving more confirmation that the couple is in it for the long haul.

Whether or not ABC will surprise fans with a wedding on Tuesday night’s finale is still unknown, but there’s one thing that is for sure – Josh Murray will be sweating in the Mexico heat when he gets down on one knee and proposes to Amanda Stanton.

Josh and Amanda [Image via ABC Television Network]
Do you think Josh and Amanda will get married on the Paradise finale? If not, do you think they will stay together long enough to tie the knot or breakup weeks after the finale airs on ABC?

Watch the two-night Bachelor in Paradise finale on September 5 and 6 at 8 p.m. ET, followed by the live After Paradise talk show at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday night.

[Image via ABC Television Network]

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