There Will Be NO Engagements on ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 4
Warning — this post contains spoilers from Bachelor in Paradise Season 4. Proceed with caution!
Sorry folks, wedding bells will not be ringing this season.
Spoiler king Reality Steve released all the juicy details regarding Season 4 this week, and we have to say, it’s quite interesting.
After taking a brief hiatus due to the whole Corinne–DeMario debacle, filming resumed just a few short weeks ago and most likely ended around July 4, judging by the contestants' social media presence.
The solidified couples who make it to the last days of filming are Daniel Maguire and Lacey Mark, Derek Peth and Taylor Nolan, Robby Hayes and Amanda Stanton, Jasmine Good and Jonathan “Tickle Monster” Treece, Adam Gottschalk and Raven Gates, and Christen Whitney and Jack Stone.
At this point, Chris Harrison comes in and tells the remaining couples they can either go home together, go home separately, or agree to an overnight date together.
Robby and Amanda, Jasmine and Jonathan, and Christen and Jack all agree to go home separately.
The three couples who agree to an overnight date are Daniel and Lacey, Derek and Taylor, and Adam and Raven.
However, the season reportedly ends following the overnight dates, so we won’t be getting any engagements.
How anticlimactic, right?
Though there’s no engagement during the season, there is, however, a possibility for an engagement on the reunion show.
“It would not be surprising to see an engagement happen at that [the reunion], most likely Derek and Taylor,” Steve shared in his blog.
“They are the couple that spent the most time together apparently, and Derek is with her in Seattle as we speak (her birthday was yesterday).”
As for the other two couples, we have credible intel Daniel will be on an upcoming Patti Stanger dating show, so it’s safe to say he won’t be continuing his relationship.
Robby and Amanda are reportedly still together, but who knows how long that will last!
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Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 will premiere this August on ABC.