BACHELOR Nation came back to screens in full force with no shortage of drama, romance and spice.
Spoilers have already leaked as to which couples get engaged on the show.
The new season of Bachelor in Paradise returned to screens on August 16[/caption]
Who got engaged on Bachelor in Paradise?
King of spoilers Reality Steve has unveiled who he thinks is engaged on season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise on his blog.
As the show continues, the cast has already changed in favor of the women as two more men were added at the end of episode three.
The cast going into episode four include:
- Abigail Heringer
- Noah Erb
- Maurissa Gunn
- Riley Christian
- Connor Brennan
- Ivan Hall
- Jessenia Cruz
- Joe Amabile
- Serena Pitt
- Thomas Jacobs
- Tammy Ly
- Aaron Clancy
- Brendan Morais
- Natasha Parker
- Mari Pepin-Solis
- Kenny Braasch
- Demi Burnett
- James Bonsall
- Deandra Kanu
- Karl Smith
Reality Steve claimed that there are three couples who emerge engaged from this season.
Those couples include:
- Serena Pitt and Joe Amabile
- Kenny Brassch and Mari Pepin
- Riley Christian and Maurissa Gunn
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Bachelor in Paradise starts August 16, 2021[/caption]
Who got sent home so far?
The first rose ceremony of Season 7 saw three eliminations and one self-elimination.
Fans were shocked when Victoria Paul sent herself home during the cocktail party after her intentions on the show were questioned.
The three bachelorettes that were eliminated during the first rose ceremony include:
- Kelsey Weier
- Serena Chew
- Victoria Larson
Bachelor in Paradise engagements
See all the engagements from each season of Bachelor in Paradise below
- Lacy Faddoul & Marcus Grodd
- Jade Roper & Tanner Tolbert
- Amanda Stanton & Josh Murray
- Carly Waddell & Evan Bass
- Lace Morris & Grant Kemp
- Taylor Nolan & Derek Peth
- Chris Randone & Krystal Nielson
- Jordan Kimball & Jenna Cooper
- Demi Burnett & Kristian Haggerty
- Dylan Barbour & Hannah Godwin
- Chris Bukowski & Katie Morton
- The rumored engagements from Season 7 of BIP
What did Bachelor in Paradise guest host Lance Bass say about the position?
As American singer, dancer, actor, and producer Lance Bass continues his guest hosting roll this season, he opened up to ET about the future.
The 42-year-old singer revealed that he’d love to be the permanent replacement after Chris Harrison stepped out of the franchise back in February after coming under fire for “defending” racist remarks.
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“They’ve not asked me [to be the permanent host], and of course that’s going to depend on Bachelor Nation out there,” Bass said. “I’m a part of Bachelor Nation, so I understand how volatile we can get. We’re very opinionated.”
“If they like me, I don’t know what’s going to happen, I mean, yes, of course, it would be a dream come true to be able to host a show like that.”
Bass took over the position following David Spade’s two-episode run.