'Bachelor in Paradise' spoilers: Who gets engaged on Season 6 of 'Bachelor in Paradise'?
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 07/30/2019
Bachelor in Paradise spoilers have surfaced revealing which lucky couples found love in Mexico for viewers who don't want to wait until the Season 6 finale airs on ABC in September to discover the season's ending.
[Bachelor in Paradise Spoilers Warning: Stop reading now if you want to wait until Season 6 of Bachelor in Paradise airs later this summer to find out which couples got engaged at the end of filming].
Bachelor in Paradise's sixth season will premiere on Monday, August 5 and Tuesday, August 6, with both broadcasts airing from 8-10PM ET/PT.
In the preview clip of BiP, Demi was shown telling the cameras in a confessional, "I know that I love this girl. I'm just so happy that I found her, and I can definitely picture being with her for the rest of my life."
The woman whom Demi fell in love with, however, was unclear at the time.
In addition, Demi's voice could be heard saying, "I smell an engagement, and it feels amazing."
Season 6 will tie the record for most engagements in a Bachelor in Paradise season, as Season 3 of the series also ended with three engagements.
Dylan, Hannah G., Chris, Katie and Demi were all members ofBachelor in Paradise's original cast when filming began, meaning they all arrived in Paradise on Day 1 ready to begin the dating experience.
Dylan and Hannah G. reportedly paired up immediately and exchanged roses all season long, according to Carbone, even though Blake attempted to pursue Hannah G.
But Chris and Katie reportedly only got together at the second Rose Ceremony of the season when Katie decided to give her rose to Chris.
At the first Rose Ceremony, Chris reportedly gave a rose to Kristina and Katie received a rose from Wills.
Of all three couples, Carbone predicted Hannah G. and Dylan will last and actually get married considering their relationship in Mexico was sincere and neither person strayed from the relationship during their time on the show.
Hannah G., a content creator and model from Birmingham, AL, competed on Colton Underwood's edition of The Bachelor earlier this year before making her way into Paradise.
Hannah G. made it to overnight Fantasy Suite dates but was dumped before she could enjoy the night with Colton because he had his heart set on Cassie Randolph.
Dylan just appeared on Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette.
The tech entrepreneur from California didn't make it as far as Hannah G. did on her The Bachelor season, because Dylan was sent packing by Hannah in Riga, Latvia.
Chris initially found fame way back on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette, but he got rejected when Emily was determining her Final 3 bachelors.
Chris later returned for Season 3 of Bachelor Pad and then crashed Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette. But Andi chose not to let Chris join her cast of guys since he had developed a playboy reputation from his time on Bachelor Pad.
Demi was also a bachelorette from Colton's The Bachelor edition. She finished in ninth place and made waves in the house with her confident and forward personality as well as her aggressive approach to dating the then-virgin bachelor.
Demi's partner Kristian will be a stranger to Bachelor Nation when she shows up on Bachelor in Paradise, but sparks were reportedly flying between the women before the show even began taping.
Carbone said he first heard Demi was bisexual all the way back in January when Colton's season was airing.
Carbone claimed to have received pictures of Demi kissing another woman, but he had no intention of outing Demi at the time.
Demi reportedly met Kristian through fellow The Bachelor contestant Catherine Agro, as Catherine and Kristian were roommates. Demi and Kristian allegedly began dating in February.
As Carbone was prepping his spoilers for the new Bachelor in Paradise season, he heard Demi had a girlfriend whom she was planning to introduce to the world on the show. Carbone later received confirmation Demi's girlfriend left for filming.
Carbone says Demi and Kristian were given a Date Card once they reunited in Paradise and then Kristian got to stay on the show.
"All this of Kristian coming on the show was pre-planned," Carbone wrote in a June 18 blog posting.
"Demi talked about it with producers, she knew Kristian was gonna be brought in after filming had started, and she wanted to use the show as an outlet to come out as bisexual. They're not having Kristian battle over other men for Demi or anything like that. They are there and they are a couple."
Carbone said at the time Bachelor in Paradise will be The Demi Show for a while and producers and Demi will both exploit the same-sex relationship given the franchise has never seen it before.
"You can bet your ass ABC loves this and will scream it from the rooftops how ground breaking it is for their show to have a same sex couple on it," Carbone wrote last month.
"That's why they're allowing it and seemingly not caring about any sort of rules for the show."
But fans shouldn't feel sorry for Derek, according to Carbone, because he wasn't exactly blindsided by Demi's romance with another female.
"I guess there had been talk either before the show or on the show by Demi that she had dated women in her past," Carbone said last month.
"I don't think Derek physically expected Demi's girlfriend to show up during filming, but I don't think he was all that shocked by it either when it happened... I think the seed was planted so he wasn't completely caught off guard."
Carbone then tweeted on June 28 that Demi and Kristian had gotten engaged in Paradise.