"Bachelor in Paradise" -- which brings together castoffs from "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" -- launches Season 3 August 2 on ABC.
Executive producer Mike Fleiss recently tweeted some interesting teasers:
Multiple engagements!!!#BachelorInParadise— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) June 28, 2016
I bet that at least one of our #BachelorInParadise engaged couples will get married... ❤️— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) June 28, 2016
Our goal is to film our first ever Double Wedding!!! #BachelorInParadise— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) June 29, 2016
According to spoiler guru Reality Steve, Season 3 just finished filming on Sunday. He said the "multiple" engagements is three, including one for "Bachelorette" Season 10 Andi Dorman's ex-fiancé Josh Murray. His mother was seen flying to Mexico during filming, which was a hint to that proposal.
Steve said Josh and Amanda Stanton (divorced single mom on "The Bachelor" Season 20 with Ben Higgins) are the "It" couple of Season 3, so it's no surprise to see them get engaged.
Here are the three engagements, per RS:
• Josh Murray & Amanda Stanton
• Grant Kemp ("The Bachelorette" Season 12 with JoJo Fletcher) & Lace Morris (Ben Higgins's season)
• Evan Bass (erectile dysfunction guy on JoJo's season) & Carly Waddell ("The Bachelor" Season 19 with Chris Soules, who was dumped by Kirk on last season's "Bachelor in Paradise")
The Evan and Carly coupling is, well, it'll be interesting to see that play out.
BiP has a slightly decent track record, considering only two seasons have aired. In Season 1, Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd got engaged, and got "married" on the Season 2 premiere; but it turns out the marriage was not official, and they are no longer together. Season 2 ended with Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert getting engaged, and they did actually get married.
It sounds like even Fleiss only has high hopes for maybe two of the couples, but which ones?
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