Bachelor in Paradise spoilers reveal the ending of Season 6 -- including which bachelors and bachelorettes found love or got engaged in Mexico, and what viewers can expect to see in the next two episodes.

[Bachelor in Paradise Spoilers Warning: This article reveals spoilers and details about the 2019 season of Bachelor in Paradise and its couples -- please stop reading immediately if you want to be surprised by what happens during the season and during the finale!]

Bachelor in Paradise has already aired two weeks of episodes, with its next broadcast airing on Monday, August 19.

Since the start of the season, several women have come and gone, but those that remain are Caelynn Miller-Keyes, Demi Burnett, Hannah Godwin, Katie Morton, Kristina Schulman, Nicole Lopez-Alvar, Onyeka Ehie, Sydney Lotuaco, and Tayshia Adams.

And the men who are still looking for love are Blake Horstmann, Cam Ayala, Clay Harbor, Chris Bukowski, Christian Estrada, Dean Unglert, Derek Peth, Dylan Barbour, John Paul Jones, Jordan Kimball, Kevin Fortenberry, Mike Johnson, and Wills Reid.

Bachelor in Paradise Week 3 spoilers

It's the ladies' turn to hand out roses, but before viewers see the Rose Ceremony, footage will pick up where the last episode had left off, with Jordan and Christian fighting on the beach.

Because Clay couldn't interrupt Nicole's date with Christian, Jordan took matters into his own hands and tried to steal Christian's pinata.

As Jordan attempted to untie Christian's pinata from where it was hanging, Christian put his arm up and appeared to hold Jordan back.

According to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, Jordan had the intention of basically throwing it in the ocean like he did last season with a giant teddy bear that had been gifted to his now ex-fiancee, Jenna Cooper.

Jordan clearly didn't like Christian touching him, and so the model picked Christian up and slammed him to the ground! All of this took place during the cocktail party that preceded the season's second Rose Ceremony.

In the next episode on August 19, Carbone says security will jump in to separate the two brawling boys.

"And after a while, Chris Harrison says they both have to leave the show. You saw a clip of how this goes down on the promo that ran," Carbone wrote in his spoilers in July.

But another dramatic moment takes place following Jordan and Christian's exit.

ABC revealed one "disheartened" woman will decide to leave the show before the Rose Ceremony, which will result in one less rose being up for grabs among the men.

Carbone reports Onyeka opted out of giving someone a rose because she had failed to find a solid romantic connection in Paradise. She therefore chose to quit the show.

Once the Rose Ceremony commences, Demi gives her rose to Derek, Caelynn hands her rose to Dean, Hannah finally chooses Dylan over Blake, and Nicole will give her rose to Clay following all of the drama between Jordan and Christian, according to Carbone.

Katie will reportedly give her rose to Chris, Sydney will offer her rose to Mike, Tayshia will continue getting to know John Paul, and Kristina will decide to keep Blake around by giving him a friendship rose.

Cam Ayala, Kevin Fortenberry, and Wills Reid will reportedly find themselves without a rose, and so they will be forced to leave Mexico single.

Although most of the bachelors and bachelorettes will be paired up at this point, new singles will arrive in Paradise and shake things up.

The four beautiful women to step on the beach will be Tahzjuan Hawkins and Caitlin Clemmens from Colton Underwood's The Bachelor season as well as Haley Ferguson and Jen Saviano from Ben Higgins' season.

"Although a new woman on the beach has a hard time finding a man who isn't committed to someone, she discovers a passionate guy who is interested in getting to know her," ABC teases.

And one woman will apparently uncover a secret about one of the men that he will find embarrassing.

In the Monday, August 19 episode, Hannah Brown will also surprise everyone in Mexico with a visit.

"Hannah B. arrives and is eager to hear good news from her close friend Demi, but she finds her confused and at odds with herself about her future in Paradise. Demi asks Chris Harrison to help resolve her dilemma," ABC teases.

Demi's dilemma is likely choosing between Derek and a woman at home and trying to follow her heart.

Dates this week will reportedly feature Tahzjuan asking out John Paul, Haley going on a date with John Paul, Jennifer asking Chris out, and Caitlin going on a date with Blake.

And during the Tuesday, August 20 broadcast, Demi will explain to Chris Harrison how she's conflicted between staying in Paradise and exploring her relationship with Derek, a man she cares deeply for, or leaving to go home in order to resume a romance with the mystery woman whom she can't stop thinking about.

Carbone says Demi's female flame, Kristian Haggerty -- who is not associated with Bachelor Nation or any Bachelor show -- will be welcomed into Paradise so Demi can explore both relationships and make her mind up.

ABC revealed, "Demi is surprised when she reconnects with the woman she has kept in her heart while in Paradise -- and nothing will ever be the same. But there are still hurt feelings to be sorted out and romantic moments to share." 

Meanwhile, Carbone claims Jennifer will pursue Chris B. although he had established a strong connection with Katie, who might come to regret opening up her heart so soon.

But the drama won't stop there, as Carbone says Tahzjuan and Haley will get into a fight because Tahzjuan allegedly calls her a "bizarre" name.

"Tahzjuan, by all accounts, loses it this episode and that's why she didn't get a rose," Carbone wrote in his spoilers.

The week in Paradise will end with the men -- in addition to Demi -- handing out roses at the third Rose Ceremony of the season.

According to Carbone, Demi will give her rose to Kristian instead of Derek, John Paul will hand his rose to Haley, Derek will give a rose to Tayshia, and Dylan will offer his rose to Hannah G.

Clay will reportedly give his rose to Nicole, Chris will give a rose to Katie, Dean will offer his rose to Caelynn, Mike will continue to pursue things with Sydney, and then Blake will give his rose to Kristina.

One question most fans have been asking themselves is whether Dean is truly ready to commit now that he has paired up with Caelynn.

And according to Carbone, Dean will find himself conflicted over his romance.

"At the 3rd rose ceremony, Dean gave his rose to Caelynn then left... Says he doesn't see anything progressing post-show, so she gets to stay, and he bolts," Carbone revealed.

The rose decisions ultimately eliminate Tahzjuan, Caitlin and Jennifer from the show.

So what happens to these couples after the next Rose Ceremony? Who ends up falling in love, and did Dean break Caelynn's heart?

Which Bachelor in Paradise relationships turn into engagements?

Carbone recently reported three couples got engaged during the season finale of Bachelor in Paradise that will air later this summer.

According to Carbone, Dylan and Hannah G. get engaged, as well as Chris B. and Katie.

In addition, the franchise will witness its first-ever, same-sex couple Demi and Kristian getting engaged!

Demi confirmed in late July she is romantically attracted to and interested in women on social media shortly after a Bachelor in Paradise preview aired on ABC and showed Demi straddling and kissing another woman in bed.

"Spoiler alert: I'm a queer queen," Demi tweeted along with #BachelorInParadise and emojis of a rainbow, a queen and two hearts.

Although Demi had been shown pursuing a relationship with Derek and growing strong feelings for him, Kristian was always in the back of Demi's mind.

Demi has gushed about how Kristian is kind and warm-hearted, and the blonde beauty just couldn't seem to let her go.


Demi explained in a recent episode she is "fluid" and falls in love with a person, regardless of whether that person is male or female. 

Once Kristian arrives in Paradise, Demi will choose her over Derek. And according to Carbone, the pair will fall in love.

In a preview clip for Bachelor in Paradise this season, Demi said 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."

In addition, Demi's voice could be heard saying, "I smell an engagement, and it feels amazing," in the trailer.

Season 6 will therefore tie the record for most engagements in a Bachelor in Paradise season, as Season 3 of the series also ended with three engagements.

While Hannah and Dylan paired up right off the bat -- despite Blake's advances and Hannah G.'s occasional makeout sessions with other men -- Chris and Katie didn't get together until the cocktail party that preceded the second Rose Ceremony of the season.

During that Rose Ceremony, Katie decided to give her rose to Chris.

Katie and Chris' connection appeared to deepen quickly, as Chris has said he has no interest in getting to know another woman in Paradise and Katie has gushed about how her man "rocks" and she couldn't believe he was still single after so many attempts on the show.

Kristian and Demi

Demi was a bachelorette from Colton Underwood'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.

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 but everything was a set up.

"All this of Kristian coming on the show was pre-planned," Carbone alleged 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 would be "The Demi Show" for a while and producers and Demi would 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 viewers already saw Demi warn Derek about this woman back home and her bisexual feelings, so he wasn't exactly blindsided.

"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 wrote.

Carbone then tweeted on June 28 that Demi and Kristian had gotten engaged in Paradise.

Katie and Chris

Chris initially found fame way back on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette, but he got rejected when Emily determined 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 player reputation from his time on Bachelor Pad.

Chris then appeared on Seasons 1 and 2 of Bachelor in Paradise, but he only lasted several weeks on each season.

Chris famously announced his "retirement" from The Bachelor franchise in 2015, but he apparently had a change of heart and decided to do the show again.

Katie, a medical sales representative from Sherman Oaks, CA, appeared on Season 23 of The Bachelor starring Colton and finished in eighth place.

Dylan and Hannah G.

Of all three couples, Carbone predicts Hannah G. and Dylan will last and actually get married considering their relationship in Mexico was sincere and long lasting.

Hannah, a content creator and model from Birmingham, AL, competed on Colton's edition of The Bachelor earlier this year before making her way into Paradise.


Hannah 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.

What other Bachelor in Paradise couple is still together and continuing to date?

Dean and Caelynn reportedly continued their relationship outside of Paradise and are still dating. They have yet to get engaged, however.

"Dean and Caelynn are dating," a source told E! News in mid-July.

"They are now in Venice, Italy and plan to travel around Italy together before coming back to [Los Angeles]."

The report came after an eyewitness took a photo of what appeared to be Caelynn and Dean walking down the street together in Venice and sent it to Carbone, who then posted the photo on Twitter on July 13.

Prior to their trip to Venice, the source said Dean had traveled to Spain and Caelynn ended up meeting him there, resulting in four days spent together.

Although Caelynn and Dean never confirmed they were actually in Spain together on social media, they made it pretty obvious by posting photos of their experiences around the same time on their respective Instagram accounts.

"Clearly hating my time in Spain," Caelynn captioned a picture of herself smiling in Barcelona in early July.

And the following day, Dean posted a video of himself swimming in the Embalse de Yesa.

"Driving through Spain today and came across this crazy blue lake. the color reminded me of the lakes in Patagonia," Dean wrote alongside the image.

According to insiders, Caelynn and Dean "really hit it off" in Paradise, People reported.

"But then Dean got cold feet and left," an insider told People. "He got home and realized he really had feelings for Caelynn, so went back to Paradise for a second chance."

The insider added, "Things have been going much better between them since they left Mexico together."

People's report echoes what Carbone had written in his blog about Dean and Caelynn's time on Season 6 of Bachelor in Paradise together earlier this summer.

Dean and Caelynn spoilers

After Dean quit the show, Carbone claims, "[Connor Saeli] came in and asked out Caelynn and things were going well."

However, Dean then reportedly returned to Mexico and insisted he wanted to be with Caelynn.

Caelynn therefore chose Dean over Connor and then Caelynn and Dean left Paradise together, according to Carbone.

Caelynn and Dean reportedly continued dating in the real world once they returned to the United States.

Caelynn recently told E! News her experience on the show was "horrible" and "great" at the same time.

Caelynn competed on Colton's season of The Bachelor earlier this year. Although Caelynn and Colton seemed to establish a deep connection, he ended up choosing Caelynn's best friend on the show, Cassie Randolph.

Dean found fame when he appeared on Rachel Lindsay's season of The Bachelorette and made it all the way to a hometown date.

After an appearance on Bachelor in Paradise, Dean later fell for Lesley Murphy on The Bachelor Winter Games, which filmed in late 2017. Dean and Lesley, however, split around April 2018.

But as recently as seven months ago, Dean had insisted all Bachelor Nation relationships were fake and insisted he would not want to be in a relationship with another franchise alum ever again.

"None of these Bachelor relationships are real, not a single one of them," Dean told Access in January.

"Maybe you've got some marriages and some kids and those ones are real, but every one of them's fake and contrived and I'm not into that."

"Granted, there are some that are real, like those ones I guess, but boyfriend-girlfriend relationships, every single one of them is fake," Dean said.

"From a marketing side of things, if you're in a relationship, you get more good notoriety, whatever it is and it's just like, who cares? I'm not going to be in a relationship for the sake of, like, image or selling more things on Instagram, you know?" Dean ranted in his interview with Access.

"So if you wouldn't be in a relationship if all of that weren't there, you shouldn't be in a relationship to begin with. That's kind of the approach I take."

Dean elaborated, "And that's kind of why I never want to get in a Bachelor relationship again because, whether or not, there is an inkling or whisper of a possibility that the other person might be in it because they see the value in it monetarily or whatever, social status wise."

Fans will find out soon enough whether Dean and Caelynn's romance turns out to be the real deal.


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