‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Spoilers: Season 3 Finale Brings Engagements And A Split, Which Couples Get Engaged?

It’s time for the Season 3 finale of Bachelor in Paradise and spoilers tease that there is a wild episode ahead with multiple engagements on the way. Four couples remain at this point and there are big moments ahead with the September 6 show and last After Paradise special that viewers will not want to miss. How do things wrap up this time around?

Monday night, viewers watched as Wells Adams broke things off with Ashley Iaconetti and a number of other contestants headed home. The final four couples had the daytime portions of their dates and Bachelor in Paradise spoilers indicate that Tuesday’s show will feature the overnight portions and the aftermath. According to gossip guru Reality Steve, one couple will end their relationship, while the others not only stay together, but take things to the next level in a big way with proposals and engagements.


TV Guide indicates that “one panicked bachelor voices his concern to a devastated bachelorette,” and it seems that this must refer to Nick Viall and Jen Saviano. Considering that ABC has already announced that Nick will be ABC’s The Bachelor 2017 this winter, it will not come as a big surprise to hear the Bachelor in Paradise spoilers indicating that these two split after their overnight date. However, previews hint at some heartbreaking and juicy moments as the two hit the point of calling it quits.

Nick and Jen may not stay together as they leave Mexico, but the two reportedly did stay in touch and were on good terms after filming for a while. However, the buzz is that Saviano was completely caught off-guard by Viall’s decision to become the Bachelor and she is said to be heading to After Paradise Tuesday night where she will surely talk about how this all played out.

Will Jen have bad things to say about her former beau or will she say relatively kind things to keep the network happy given the season ahead? Nick will be on this last episode as well and fans will certainly be curious to see what these two have to say about the end of their relationship and how his decision to accept the offer to lead his own season may have impacted things between them.

While Jen and Nick reportedly break things off, Bachelor in Paradise spoilers from Reality Steve detail that the remaining three couples stay together. In fact, all three are said to embrace engagements, despite some doubts along the way. It seems that Josh Murray will introduce Amanda Stanton to his mom before proposing, and his mom cautions him to move ahead slowly on this relationship. However, Josh and Amanda have been very public about their ongoing relationship and for now, they are making big plans for the future.

Reality Steve’s teasers indicate that Lace Morris and Grant Kemp also get engaged and remain together at this point, and the same can apparently be said for Carly Waddell and Evan Bass. Will these teasers about three engagements pan out to be accurate? All three couples have been caught together in one way or another since filming ended, so it sounds as if these Bachelor in Paradise spoilers are likely solid. The next question is, though, whether any of the engagements will last. Fans definitely have their opinions regarding each of the pairs and everybody will be quite curious to see where they each head next.

Do you think that Nick Viall and Jen Saviano should have worked harder on their relationship? Could there actually be wedding bells coming down the road for Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, or Lace Morris and Grant Kemp after their finale engagements? Bachelor in Paradise spoilers tease that Tuesday’s finale will be a wild one and the After Paradise show should be a juicy one as well that will have fans buzzing and anxious to see where these relationships head next.

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