Bachelor in Paradise Finale Spoilers: How Does the Show End?
All good things must come to an end, but Bachelor in Paradise is a great thing and we're basically hysterical about the fact that it'll be over after tonight. How will we survive without watching your linen suits sway in the gentle breeze, Chris Harrison? What will we do without your bodily fluid-laced bungalows, random beach in Mexico? What about the raccoons? How will we go on without them?
And then there's the Bachelor in Paradise contestants themselves. This whack pack of mentally unsound inmates have spent the past few weeks becoming our TV best friends, and we're not ready to say goodbye.
On the other hand, we're super excited for the show's dramatic ending! BiP's season finale promises to be even more crazy than we're used to (and we're used to Graham Bunnliterally losing vision due to AshLee Frazier's insanity). We've rounded up all the spoilers you could ever want — courtesy of Reality Steve himself! Here's what goes down:
According to Steve, Tasos ends things with Christy before their fantasy suite date, and Graham ditches AshLee before theirs. Meanwhile, Sarah and Robert partake in an adult sleepover, but she breaks up with him shortly after, which is incredibly awkward. Oh, and Jackie and Zack also part ways (though the timing is murky). This leaves Marcus plus Lacy as well as Michelle plus Cody, and both couples stay together!
Even better? After some relationship counseling from Bachelor Nation alumni couples — Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici (now Lowe), and Jason and Molly Mesnick — Marcus decides to pop the question to Lacy. That's right, we're in for an on-screen proposal, which means Chris Harrison's servants probably spent 20 odd hours creating yet another altar made of fruit, palm fronts, and weird baskets. A cornucopia of love, if you will.
Are you surprised by Bachelor in Paradise's exciting and romantic ending? All we know is that AshLee probably didn't take Graham's rejection well, so prepare for some tears (hers) and a possible hospitalization (his).
Bachelor in Paradise's Season 1 finale airs tonight, September 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.