"Bachelor in Paradise" is just a week away from its finale, and based on spoilers, it is going to be a dramatic one as the couples will be forced to rethink their relationships.
Reality Steve dished out the details about the finale on his blog and based on that two couples will emerge as the winners, and one pair will get engaged.
The finale will see all the 12 people evaluating their relationship to decide if they are paired with the right partner. Following this, the couples will be given a chance to go on a Fantasy Suite date, but not everyone embraces the opportunity.
Reportedly, Tasos Hernadez will break up with Christy Hansen before the date, and it is not surprising considering Hernadez entered the show only in the sixth episode. He didn't get an opportunity to get to know Hansen well to make a connection, and decide if he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her.
Other couples, who will be going their separate ways are Graham Bunn and AshLee Frazier, Sarah Herron and Robert Graham and Zack Kalter and Jackie Parr. Only Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul and Cody Sattler and Michelle Money will go on the Fantasy Suite date and stay together, according to Reality Steve.
Spoilers also indicate that three couples from the "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" franchise -- Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, and Jason and Molly Mesnick– will make an appearance in the finale to give out advice on how to make a relationship work.
At the end of the episode, Grodd will pop the question to Faddoul, who will accept his marriage proposal, reported Reality Steve. The spoiler king also noted that Chris Bukowski and Elise Mosca, who left the show following the former's injury, will be brought back in the finale.
"Chris & Elise were actually flown back for the ending of the show since they were a couple that was never eliminated during a rose ceremony. They left because of Chris' injury and Elise decided to go with him. Producers gave Chris a ring and wanted him to propose to Elise, but he decided he didn't want to do it. Not sure how much of this, if any, will be shown," wrote Reality Steve.
"Bachelor in Paradise" finale is scheduled to air on 8 September at 8 pm on ABC.