Which ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Couple Broke Off Engagement After Leaving ‘Paradise’?

The Bachelor in Paradise season finale airs on Tuesday night and there’s no mystery about who gets engaged and who leaves the show single thanks to several of the contestants spoiling the outcome of the show.

Still, fans of ABC‘s popular reality show are most interested to find out if the three couples who got engaged at the final rose ceremony are still together and if the rumors are true that one couple called it quits several weeks after filming wrapped in late June.

Can’t wait to get the scoop on this season’s couples when they appear on the live After Paradise talk show on Tuesday night? Here’s the latest update on the three couples who got engaged on the season finale as well as some intel on the two couples who split before the final rose ceremony.

[Warning: Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 spoilers ahead]


According to blogger Reality Steve, five couples make it to the finale — Jen Saviano and Nick Viall, Ashley Iaconetti and Wells Adams, Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, and Lace Morris and Grant Kemp.

By now, everyone knows that Jen Saviano and Nick Viall break up before the rose ceremony. The outcome was revealed when Nick was introduced as the new Bachelor last week on After Paradise, but fans may not know that before he broke things off with Jen, they spent the night in the Fantasy Suite.

According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, Paradise contestant Lauren Himle states that although the couple broke up before the final rose ceremony, they continued to date off-camera and Nick dumped Jen when he got the Bachelor gig. Let’s see how that plays out when they come face-to-face on After Paradise on Tuesday night.

Nick and Jen [Image via ABC Television Network]
Wells and Ashley were an unlikely couple considering her obsession for Jared, but they make it to the season finale as a couple, albeit briefly. Spoilers indicate that they don’t spend the night in the Fantasy Suite and leave Paradise right after their final date.


The remaining three couples — Lace and Grant, Amanda and Josh, Carly and Evan – get engaged at the final rose ceremony. It’s a first for the reality show to have more that one proposal on the finale — that’s a whole ‘lotta Neil Lane diamond rings!

Last season, Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert got engaged (and later, married on the Bachelor at 20 special) on Season 2, and on the first season, Lacy and Marcus got engaged and later had what TMZ revealed was a fake wedding on the Bachelor in Paradise Season 2 premiere. Marcus recently told People that they never had an official wedding and split several months later.

So, which couple broke up after the season finale?

It’s not Josh and Amanda, that’s for sure. These love-birds haven’t been shy about spoiling the fact that they are living together, telling Us Weekly that Josh moved to California to live with Amanda and her daughters after the finale was taped in June.

Carly and Evan have been keeping a low profile since they got engaged in Paradise. According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, Evan has been shooting down rumors that he is with Carly.

If they are still together, Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger tells WetPaint that Carly is faking it with Evan and only doing it because she’s getting paid. Fans will find out what the real story is when they appear on After Paradise on Tuesday night.

What about Grant and Lace? TMZ spotted the couple out shortly after filming wrapped, but, unlike Josh and Amanda, both contestants have kept quiet about their engagement on social media. Patti Stanger said she initially held out hope that they would make it as a couple, but now the professional matchmaker tells WetPaint that she’s “not feeling too confident” about them making it long-term.

What are the chances that all three couples will get married? Patti states that Josh and Amanda “could work,” but she doesn’t hold out hope for the other two couples. And the track record for long-term relationships coming out of Paradise is pretty dismal.

Last season, three couples left the show in a relationship — Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert, Samantha Steffen and Nick Peterson, and Cassandra Ferguson and Jonathan Reich. Only Jade and Tanner stayed together; the other two couples split shortly after they filmed the finale.

On Season 1, Lacy and Marcus got engaged and we now know how that turned out. Michelle Money and Cody Sattler also left Paradise in a relationship but broke up soon after the show ended.

Fans will see all three couples from Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 talk about their relationships during the one-hour After Paradise live show on Tuesday night. If they are together now, let’s see how long their engagements last when they fade from the spotlight in the coming weeks.


Watch the two-night Bachelor in Paradise season finale at 8 p.m. ET on Monday and Tuesday night.

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