[Bachelor in Paradise Spoilers Warning: Keep reading if you want to know if each remaining Bachelor in Paradise couple stays together, gets engaged or split, as well as whether any bachelors or bachelorettes reunited or found love after Season 5 wrapped filming earlier this summer].
The penultimate episode of Bachelor in Paradise was jam-packed with love, intimacy, and broken hearts on Monday night. While three couples spent the night together in a Fantasy Suite and fell deeper in love, all of the other relationships in Paradise halted or completely fell apart.
Astrid Loch and Kevin Wendt, who had been solid as a couple for the majority of the season, broke up because Kevin felt something was "missing."
And Kendall Long let Joe Amabile leave Paradise because she couldn't process her feelings for him when he had finally opened up about how he was falling in love with her.
Tuesday night's Bachelor in Paradise finale will feature the end of each couple's time in Mexico as well as the reunion special in which the cast will come together and share their experiences and the current status of their relationships.
According to the preview, Krystal and Chris will wake up happy in bed together, but Krystal will tell the cameras, "It's just so scary," and Chris will admit, "I'm nervous because of the fear of the unknown."
Jenna walks into Jordan's arms and starts to cry on the final day, saying, "I don't know what's going to happen," and the preview shows Kamil saying of Annaliese, "I want to make the best decision for both of us."
A close-up is then shown of a man wearing a blue shirt proposing marriage with a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring. Both Kamil and Chris wore similar blue shirts on that final day.
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Bibiana Julian also fires away at a man in the preview: "You said you didn't want to string her along, but you have zero respect for this woman."
Annaliese is later shown telling Kamil, "I don't want to lose you and I am willing to fight for you."
Chris R. then admits in tears with Krystal in his arms, "It's been really hard watching it back."
ABC teases the two-hour finale of Bachelor in Paradise will be "deeply moving" and "equally surprising."
"Looking for a second chance, one regretful woman is reunited with the man she broke up with, but will he find it in his heart to forgive her once again?" the network says.
"And finally, the audience will be shocked when one romantic hopeful is blindsided and dumped onstage in 'one of the most intense breakups in Bachelor franchise history.'"
According to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, Annaliese and Kamil leave Bachelor in Paradise still dating, but they do not get engaged. However, Kamil is reportedly the guy who blindsides and dumps a woman in love.
Kamil allegedly broke up with Annaliese onstage during the filming of Bachelor in Paradise's reunion special on August 28. The crowd allegedly turned against Kamil when fans watched him break her heart.
But the other two couples who enjoyed an overnight Fantasy Suite date -- Chris R. and Krystal as well as Jordan K. and Jenna -- got engaged in Paradise!
Carbone says both Chris R. and Jordan K. propose marriage on the beach during the final day and both Krystal and Jenna say yes.
Krystal and Chris R. got involved with each other in the form of a betrayal to another cast member, when Chris R. had kissed Krystal after promising Tia Booth that he was "all in" their relationship.
Once Tia broke things off with Chris R. for good, he focused all of his energy onto his romance with Krystal, and it didn't take long for the couple to commit to each other and fall in love.
Although Krystal faced temptation in Paradise, like when Connor Obrochta entered the picture, she decided to see things through with Chris and then found herself smitten. Both individuals confessed their love to each other in Paradise, and they bonded over similar traumatic experiences during childhood.
Jordan believed he had found love at first sight with Jenna, whose vivacious and bubbly personality also wowed him when they first spoke.
Jordan thought Jenna was just like him in female form, but it took time for Jenna's feelings to catch up to Jordan's. Not only did Jenna explore other relationships in Paradise, like with Benoit, but she had her walls up due to getting hurt by men so many times in her past.
However, Jordan promised Jenna he would be loyal to her and always stand by her. Jordan's determination and persistence ultimately allowed Jenna to open up her heart for him.
So did any of the couples who broke up in Paradise reunite after the show wrapped filming?
Astrid and Kevin had an emotional departure from Paradise, but Carbone says they reconciled when they got home and now they're dating again and things are going well.
Kendall and Joe also apparently sparked their flame again once they left Mexico and escaped the Bachelor world.
Not only did Kendall visit Joe in Chicago a few weeks ago, but social media indicates Joe also spent an early August weekend in Los Angeles, CA, with her. While in Los Angeles, Kendall and Joe attended a Dodgers game together, so there is clearly still potential between them to find lasting love.
John and Olivia are also reportedly still dating in the real world and trying to make things work. They had initially left Mexico with the desire to continue seeing one another.
In an interesting turn of events, previously-eliminated bachelorette, Chelsea Roy, is romantically involved with Nick Spetsas, who showed interest in her very early on in Paradise but was eliminated at a Rose Ceremony.
Angela was reportedly spotted with Connor on the 4th of July in St. Petersburg, FL.
However, Clay Harbor from Becca Kufrin's recent The Bachelorette season apparently scooped Angela up and won her over. Clay confirmed in early September on social media he is dating Angela and they are crazy about each other.
As for Robby and Shushanna, they are no longer dating, and Carbone reports Jordan M. is also no longer romantically involved with Cassandra.