Week 6 of ABC's "Bachelor in Paradise" is going to be a test of relationships, and according to spoilers, one couple will call it quits and another will decide to get engaged before they leave the island.
As the show heads into its final week, there are just five strong couples left -- Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert, Justin Reich and Cassandra Ferguson, Kirk DeWindt and Carly Waddell, Nick Peterson and Samantha Steffen, and Joshua Albers and Tenley Molzahn.
Although a sneak peek of the dating reality series hinted at Tolbert and Roper--one of the strongest couples on the show--splitting up, spoiler guru Reality Steve has revealed that the duo will end up getting engaged in the finale.
"On the final day, no previous couples returned to give advice or any bogus stuff like that. Basically, a little altar or platform was set up, each couple would come up to the platform, they'd give their little speech to each other, then give each other roses if they decide to stay together," Steve wrote.
So who ends up staying together? According to the spoiler guru, Reich and Ferguson, and Peterson and Steffen stay together. Albers and Molzahn will call it quits, and DeWindt and Waddell decide to part ways even before their Fantasy Suite date.
Meanwhile, one couple whose Fantasy Suite date has generated a lot of curiosity is that of Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon.
Iaconetti had revealed in the previous episode that she was thinking of losing her virginity to Haibon, and the duo will be questioned about it when they return from their overnight stay.
"Tonight's a huge night. I feel like it's the turning point for my relationship with Jared," Iaconetti said in the previous episode. "The Fantasy Suite usually goes along with thoughts of sex. I am physically attracted to Jared enough that I am fine with the thought of doing anything. I don't know what's going to happen tonight. But I may not be a virgin tomorrow."
The final two episodes of "Bachelor In Paradise" season 2 can be watched live at 8 pm EST on ABC. The episodes can also be watched online this week on the network's website ABC.com.