Bachelor In Paradise 2019’s Most Shocking Spoilers Ranked
Season six of Bachelor in Paradise is promising a lot of romance, and a lot of drama along the way! With so many ex Bachelor, Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise contestants still searching for love, there is no better place than Paradise to find it, and with two episodes every week, it is hard to keep up with who is coming, who is going, and who is hooking up! Thankfully, Reality Steve has all the spoilers for the season right down to eliminations and final couples — including more than one engagement! Check out all the biggest and craziest spoilers for this season of Bachelor in Paradise:
25. Blake Horstmann The Villain
Blake Horstmann nearly won Becca Kufrin’s heart during season 14 of The Bachelorette, and in the process he won the heart of many viewers which made it all the more surprising when it became clear he was going to the early villain of season six of Bachelor in Paradise. A previous hookup with both Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Kristina Schulman in the same weekend during Stagecoach music festival back in April exploded in Blake’s face. Despite the drama, it doesn’t stop him from then going after Hannah G. in week two of the season!
24. First Rose Ceremony
The first day in Paradise has Blake asking out Tayshia, Kristina arriving in day two and asking out Blake, and Clay asks out Nicole. After everyone gets to know each other the first roses are handed out: Clay to Nicole, Kevin to Sydney, Blake to Tayshia, Cam to Caelynn, John Paul Jones to Oneyka, Wills to Katie, Derek to Demi, Chris B. to Kristina, and Dylan to Hannah G. With the roses handed out, the first women to be eliminated are Bibiana Julian, Annaliese Puccini, and Jane Aver.
23. New Suitors in Paradise: Week 2
Things get a shake up in week two of Bachelor in Paradise when four new men enter! According to spoilers, those four men are: Jordan Kimball from Becca Kufrin’s season of The Bachelorette and who had his heart broken after a cheating scandal following season five of Bachelor in Paradise, Mike Johnson from Hannah’s season of The Bachelorette (and Bachelor frontrunner), Christian Estrada from Becca Kufrin’s season of The Bachelorette, and Dean Unglert from Rachel Lindsay’s Bachelorette season and season four of Bachelorette in Paradise.
22. Self -Elimination
On top of two contestants getting removed from the show, and rose ceremony eliminations, week two will also have a self-elimination according to Reality Steve. Apparently Oneyka ends up not giving out a rose because she doesn’t feel like she has made a connection with anyone and heads home instead.
21. The Wedding
As promised, season six of Bachelor in Paradise includes a wedding! Bachelor in Paradise season five couple Krystal Nielson and Chris Randone were married in June 2019 in Mexico during the filming of season six. The wedding is expected to air in week three after the third rose ceremony, and with new love connections made between contestants and those who attended the wedding, there is some drama that comes out of it all!
20. Second Rose Ceremony
Ahead of the second rose ceremony, some new romances are formed on dates. It seems Jordan comes on and immediately asks out Nicole, Mike asks out Caelynn, Christian also asks out Nicole, and Dean also asks out Caelynn! Apparently Caelynn falls for the “dashing newcomer who makes all the ladies weak-kneed” who we now know is Dean, and it seems this new love connection really upsets Cam who is really into Caelynn. After enough drama to fill a season already, the rose ceremony finally takes place where the women hand out roses. Demi gives her rose to Derek, Caelynn to Dean, Hannah G. to Dylan, Nicole to Clay, Katie to Chris, Sydney to Mike, Tayshia to John Paul Jones, and Kristina to Blake. With all the roses handed out, the first men to go home are Cam Ayala, Kevin Fortenberry and Wills Reid.
19. New Women in Paradise: Week 3
After four new men enter in week two, week three has some new ladies joining Paradise. Those four women are: Tahzjuan Hawkins from Colton’s season of The Bachelor, Haley Ferguson from Ben Higgins’ season, Jen Saviano from Ben Higgins’ season and from season two of Bachelor in Paradise, and Caitlin Clemmens also from Colton Underwood’s season. Tahzjuan asks out John Paul Jones, Haley also asks out John Paul Jones, Jen S. asks out Chris, and Caitlin asks out Blake.
18. Surprising Addition
While four more women join the show in week three, there is one more surprising addition who shows up in either episode five or six. During week three, Kristian Haggerty, who is Demi’s girlfriend from back home enters, and they begin dating again immediately. The two are Bachelor Nation’s first ever same-sex couple and because of the dedication to their relationship, every rose ceremony going forward is Demi going first and giving her rose to Kristian.
17. Kicked Off The Show
Week two of Bachelor in Paradise will see quite a few dramatic exits, two of which will come from producers kicking off two of the men! Reality Steve reports that during the cocktail party, Clay gets upset when Christian takes Nicole away to have a private conversation. Clay ends up confronting Christian, but Christian doesn’t respond well which prompts Jordan to get involved. As Jordan goes to throw something of Christian’s (reportedly a pinata) into the ocean, Christian grabs Jordan’s arm and in response “Jordan body slams him to the ground.” After security separates the two, Chris Harrison kicks both Christian and Jordan off.
16. Tahzjuan vs. Haley
What is Bachelor in Paradise without some fighting? Week three of the season will see a fight between Tahzjuan and Haley basically as soon as they join the show according to Reality Steve. While Reality Steve doesn’t say if the fight is because they are both obviously interested in JPJ, he does say that it starts because Tahzjuan calls Haley a name “something to do with a bird or something.”
15. Third Rose Ceremony
After the fighting is over and more dates are had, the men (and Demi) hand out their roses at the third rose ceremony. Demi to Kristian, JPJ to Haley, Derek to Tayshia, Dylan to Hannah G, Clay to Nicole, Chris to Katie, Dean to Caelynn, Mike to Sydney, and Blake to Kristina. It seems because of the fight between Tahzjuan and Haley, Tahzjuan doesn’t receive a rose and is set home. Two more newcomers, Caitlin Clemmens and Jen Saviano also do not receive roses and are eliminated.
14. New Suitors in Paradise: Week 4
With seven guys left, four more men are added to BIP in week four. Those four men are: Connor Saeli who made Hannah’s top ten in the most recent season of The Bachelorette, Chase McNary who JoJo almost chose during her Bachelorette season, Matt Donald who was briefly on Hannah’s season, and Luke Stone who eliminated himself in Hannah’s season. In addition, Angela Amezcua (from Nick Viall’s Bachelor season and from season five of Bachelor in Paradise) also enters this week after previously attending Chris and Krystal’s wedding that happened after the third rose ceremony.
13. Blake and Kristina Drama
After everything that happens in week one between Blake, Kristina and Caelynn, it might be surprising not only how long Blake lasts on the season, but that things aren’t completely over between him and Kristina. According to Reality Steve, ahead of the fourth rose ceremony, Blake tells Kristina that he has real feelings for her and wants to try their relationship again for real, and he doesn’t want them to continue giving friendship roses to each other. It seems Kristina reacts positively at first, but things change in week five ahead of the fifth rose ceremony. Spoilers indicate that Blake plans a romantic and private date for himself and Kristina, but Kristina instead tells him she doesn’t have the same feelings for him and doesn’t want to rekindle things. Blake then chooses to leave and Kristina leaves shortly after, but not to pursue a relationship outside of the show.
12. John Paul Jones vs. Derek Peth
Out of everyone on Bachelor in Paradise in season six, the one guy no one expects to really get involved in fights and drama is the ever laid-back John Paul Jones, but that doesn’t hold true. In week four Reality Steve reports that JPJ and Derek Peth get into a fight after JPJ says that Derek admitted to using women or using Tayshia, who JPJ has developed a connection to. “Tayshia essentially takes JPJ’s side during this fight and Derek ends up crying and leaving the show,” Reality Steve writes.
11. Fourth Rose Ceremony
With new men and one woman entering in week four, Angela asks out Mike, Chase asks out Angela, Connor asks out Caelynn, and there is a double date of Matt Donald and Sydney with Luke Stone and Kristina. After Derek Peth leaves on his own, the rose ceremony of women handing out the roses goes: Demi to Kristian, Tayshia to JPJ, Hannah to Dylan, Nicole to Clay, Katie to Chris, Caelynn to Connor, Haley to Luke S., Sydney to Matt, Kristina to Blake, and Angela to Chase. At this point Mike Johnson isn’t given a rose and is eliminated.
10. New Women in Paradise: Week 5
With relationships already established, week five still has three women enter Paradise. Revian Chang from Colton’s season of The Bachelor, Bri Barnes also from Colton’s season, and Whitney Fransway from Nick Viall’s season are all added to the cast. Bri goes on a date with Matt and Revian asks out Connor.
9. Connor and Whitney’s Story
Connor Saeli from Hannah Brown’s recent season of The Bachelorette and Whitney Fransway from Nick Viall’s Bachelor season have a somewhat complicated Bachelor in Paradise love story during the seasons. It seems the pair meet during Chris Randone and Krystal Nielsen’s wedding which happened after the third rose ceremony, and Connor thought she was going to join the show. When she didn’t show up, Connor left the show after losing another love interest, and when Whitney is brought on, Connor is already gone. Knowing the missed love connection, BIP producers actually send Whitney to Connor’s room and it seems the spark from the wedding ignited a real romance as the pair reportedly spent a few days together in Mexico and are still currently dating.
8. Caelynn and Dean
According to multiple reports Dean and Caelynn Miller-Keyes, who was one of the frontrunners on Colton Underwood’s Bachelor season, are now dating after Bachelor in Paradise, but their road to love wasn’t so simple. According to Reality Steve, Dean leaves the show after giving Caelynn his rose during the third rose ceremony because he doesn’t see their relationship lasting post-show, but he has a change of heart and a few episodes later returns to tell Caelynn his feelings. At the time Dean returns, there is a spark between Caelynn and Connor, but after Dean pulls her aside and tells her how he really feels, they make out and leave together, leaving Connor crushed — that is of course until Whitney turns up!
7. Last Rose Ceremony
After some people leaving, some people fighting, and everything in between, the fifth and final rose ceremony before the remaining couples have to decide their future has to happen. The roses handed out at the fifth rose ceremony are: Demi to Kristian, JPJ to Tayshia, Dylan to Hannah, Clay to Nicole, Chris to Katie, Matt to Bri and Chase to Angela. Reality Steve adds that at this rose ceremony Luke S. has a rose but none of the women want it. “Either Haley left before this rose ceremony, or refused to take Luke’s rose because she was sick of him talking about his tequila business. That became a thing,” Reality Steve shared of Luke’s embarrassing elimination.
6. Overnight Dates
With an impressive seven couples left after the fifth rose ceremony, four actually go on the overnight dates. According to spoilers, those four couples are: Demi and Kristian, Dylan and Hannah, Clay and Nicole, and Chris and Katie!
With the couples having to decide where they are headed after the fifth rose ceremony, there are some couples who ultimately call it quits. Reality Steve’s spoilers state that John Paul Jones and Tayshia break up after they decide not to take the overnight date and Tayshia ends it. Matt Donald and Bri Barnes also split up instead of taking the overnight date, and it is Bri who ends the relationship. Finally, Chase and Angela also decide not to take the overnight date and it is Chase who ends the romance.
4. Decision Day
As with any Bachelor in Paradise season, it all comes down to “Decision Day” for couples that stuck it out and feel as though they found a real relationship, and with three couples calling it quits, four go on the overnight dates. Of those four, Decision Day spells doom for one of the couples. Reality Steve states that on Decision Day, Nicole breaks up with Clay because he won’t tell her he is in love and will not propose, so they leave broken up.
There are three couples who end up engaged at the end of Bachelor in Paradise season five and Chris Bukowski and Katie Morton are one of them! Chris has seen more than his fair share of attempts at reality TV love after a stint on The Bachelorette, Bachelor Pad, and the first two seasons of Bachelor in Paradise, but it was all worth it because he met Katie from Colton’s Bachelor season. Reality Steve reports that the pair are still together and engaged post-show!
The Bachelorette season 15 sweetheart Dylan Barbour and Hannah Godwin from Colton’s season of The Bachelor strike up a romance right from the very first day, and it seems it was all true love from there. The pair end up engaged after swapping roses at the rose ceremonies all season long and Reality Steve even says they are the one pair he can see working out in the long-run. “If any one of them actually has a shot, I guess I’ll go with Dylan and Hannah. They were paired up essentially since Day 1 on the show and I’m hearing they’re pretty inseparable so we’ll see,” Reality Steve shared.
1. Demi Burnett’s Engagement
There is one couple who takes the whole season by storm and that is of course Demi Burnett and her girlfriend Kristian Haggerty who officially have become Bachelor Nation‘s first ever same-sex couple after their time on Bachelor in Paradise. The couple make history again when they become the first same-sex couple to get engaged on the show after Demi proposes and Kristian accepts! While the pair end up engaged, only time will tell if a wedding happens, but Reality Steve seems skeptical, writing, “I don’t think for a second Demi and her gf are going to ever get married.”