Bachelor in Paradise spoilers give away which couples will last and which couples will break up on Season 7 of the series as well as what happens at the Final Rose Ceremony and if any bachelors or bachelorettes leave the show engaged!


[Bachelor in Paradise Spoiler Warning: This report includes Bachelor in Paradise spoilers that reveal what relationships form, who splits, who falls in love, and which couples leave Season 7 engaged].

Bachelor in Paradise's premiere episode on August 16 went off with a bang! Multiple connections were formed quickly, but more cast members will arrive to Mexico and certainly mix things up.

There were seven steamy makeout sessions on the very first day of filming.

The initial couples to form on Bachelor in Paradise included Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt, Noah Erb and Abigail Heringer, and Tahzjuan Hawkins and Tre Cooper.

Ivan Hall and Jessenia Cruz also hit it off, as well as Aaron Clancy and Tammy Ly, Connor Brennan and Maurissa Gunn, and Mari Pepin-Solis and Kenny Braasch.

Brendan Morais, a man all the ladies were attracted to right off the bat, found himself drawn to the funny and bubbly Natasha Parker.

As for the first date on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season, Abigail received a Date Card and asked Noah to accompany her. Noah worked to break down Abigail's walls and make sure she wouldn't put him in the friendzone.

Everyone seemed happy and content in Paradise on Day 2, even the totally single bachelors and bachelorettes: Deandra Kanu, Kelsey Weier, Natasha Parker, Serena Chew, Victoria Larson, Victoria Paul, Karl Smith, and James Bonsall.

But then Bachelor in Paradise returnee Demi Burnett showed up to the beach to mix things up.

"I look fine as f-ck. Who wants to go to the Boom Boom Room?... Those poor girls, I'm going to steal all their men!" Demi bragged.

Based on an extended preview of Bachelor in Paradise, the following people are also expected to make an appearance in Paradise at some point this season: Becca Kufrin, Kendall Long, Tia Booth, Pieper James, Chelsea Vaughn, Mykenna Dorn, Thomas Jacobs, Riley Christian, and Chris Conran.

Fans are naturally expecting a tense reunion for exes Joe and Kendall when Bachelor in Paradise returns with two episodes on Monday, August 23 at 8PM ET/PT and Tuesday, August 24 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC. Both episodes will be two hours long.

On the upcoming August 23 broadcast, the men in Paradise will hand out roses at the first Rose Ceremony of the season, resulting in the elimination of several beautiful women.

Demi will also set her sights on one of the beach's most popular men, presumably Brendan or Kenny.

In addition to more first dates, "a shocking rumor forces one beachgoer to face the others -- and the truth," according to the network.

And on August 24, new The Bachelor and The Bachelorette alums will step on the sand and begin their search for love in Paradise.

Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone reported that almost 40 people searched for their perfect match on Bachelor in Paradise over the course of filming!

Former N'SYNC member Lance Bass will also arrive on the beach as a new guest host.

"But the excitement quickly fades when the newcomers throw everything into disarray, reigniting old feuds and breaking apart new bonds," ABC teased of Episode 3.

Chemistry will apparently bring some couples together while it causes other romances to combust.

So which couples make it all the way to the Final Rose Ceremony and get engaged, and which fan-favorites walk out of Paradise alone and crushed?

Carbone has revealed details for many of the season's singles and couples, but he admitted he does not have the backstory or dating result for every single Season 7 participant.

Keep reading for Bachelor in Paradise's seventh-season spoilers that reveal what fans can expect to see from Episode 2 through the finale!

Bachelor in Paradise uses numerous guest hosts for Season 7

Following Chris Harrison's permanent departure from The Bachelor franchise earlier this year, Bachelor in Paradise will be hosted by a rotating group of celebrity guest hosts: actor and comedian David Spade, former NSYNC boyband member Lance Bass, rapper Lil Jon, actor Tituss Burgess.

The Bachelorette alum Wells Adams, who is returning as Bachelor in Paradise bartender, will also take on a new "master of ceremonies" role for Season 7 in which he will preside over the cocktail parties and Rose Ceremonies.


Wells recently admitted he was "shocked" by some of the "twists and turns" that will unfold on the new season.

"I know everyone always says, 'This is going to be the most dramatic season ever,' and I think people are maybe a little bit tired of hearing that," Wells told Us Weekly in July.

"So I won't say those words, but hey, listen, this is my fifth season doing Paradise. I've been on a lot of episodes of this show, and I will say that this one might be my favorite one that we've done. You get everything."

And Joe teased last month during an episode of his "Click Bait with Bachelor Nation" podcast that Bachelor in Paradise's new season is "insane" and "a lot different" from his first time on the spinoff.

"It's almost was like every day got more and more intense," Joe recalled. 

Some cast members searching for love crash and burn in Mexico!

The Bachelor 24 bachelorette Victoria P. was a member of the original cast and also reportedly got called out for having a boyfriend back home.

Victoria P. therefore self-eliminated before the first Rose Ceremony and was the first person to go home.

Kelsey from Peter Weber's season was reportedly eliminated at the first Rose Ceremony, along with Matt James' The Bachelor bachelorettes Victoria L. and Serena C.

Joe Park, Blake Monar and Demar Jackson -- all from Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams' The Bachelorette season -- entered the Mexico resort after a Rose Ceremony and went on dates. But none of the guys reportedly received a rose to stay in Paradise.

Colton Underwood's The Bachelor bachelorette Tahzjuan made a brief appearance but self-eliminated, according to Carbone, and Tammy from Peter's The Bachelor season got dumped by Thomas, who was the villain of The Bachelorette's seventeenth season.

Tammy reportedly got eliminated at the third Rose Ceremony and Thomas moved on with Becca, who starred on The Bachelorette's fourteenth season.

Becca reportedly arrived after the first Rose Ceremony, and prior to getting involved with Thomas, she received her first rose from The Bachelorette 17 bachelor Aaron.


Becca reportedly got involved in a little drama during the season when she called out The Bachelorette 16 bachelor Chasen Nick for allegedly telling guys pre-show that they had hung out together.

"Word got around, and Becca called him out for being there for clout. He went on a date when he arrived with Deandra but never got a rose," Carbone reported. 

Bachelor in Paradise will have a surprise mid-season

According to Carbone, there was a date about halfway through the season in which producers welcomed three women to mix and mingle with the cast of men who were already there.

The four women were Mykenna from Peter's The Bachelor season as well as Chelsea and Alana Milne from Matt's The Bachelor season.

"The party was supposed to be those singles somehow forming a connection with someone, and if they did, THEN they'd be brought in as cast," Carbone wrote.

Alayah Benavidez was supposed to be a member of that group but never participated for an unknown reason.

Alana got involved with Chris from The Bachelorette's sixteenth season once she arrived.

"But people thought they were scheming because they hung out pre-show, and both eventually ended up leaving the same episode separately," Carbone reported.

Mykenna was reportedly one of the last people brought on the show, and she went on a date with Clare and Tayshia's bachelor Ed Waisbrot.

"They had a little fling before she ended it with him. At one point, Ed gave his rose to Mykenna over Natasha, and she went home rather late," Carbone said.

As for Chelsea, she reportedly received a rose from James after she arrived on the show. Carbone is unsure when she got eliminated. 

And of course Paradise will have its usual betrayals and love triangles!

Jessenia from Matt's The Bachelor season reportedly juggled two bachelors before getting hurt herself.

Jessenia first sparked a romance with Ivan, who was ousted by Tayshia after Fantasy Suites on The Bachelorette.

Ivan reportedly got dumped when Jessenia decided to test her luck with Chris when he arrived.


But then Chris left Jessenia for Alana once the bachelorette arrived with a couple other women.

"It's all sorts of messed up," Carbone joked in a recent blog post.

And there was a love triangle between Kenny, Mari, and Demi, who also competed for Colton Underwood's heart on The Bachelor's 23rd season!

"Ultimately we now know that Kenny chose Mari over Demi," Carbone revealed. "But I was told in the beginning he was going back and forth between them."

As ABC showed in the extended preview for the new season, there will definitely be tears shed and some tension thanks to Demi.

"These poor girls -- I'm going to steal all their men!" Demi boasts, as clips were also shown of her making out with Brendan from Tayshia's season of The Bachelorette and wanting to go to "the boom boom room" with Kenny. 

Two romantic relationships end before the overnight dates

Becca reportedly dated Katie's The Bachelorette villain Thomas in Paradise during most of her time in Paradise.

But Becca and Thomas broke up before the overnight Fantasy Suite dates and they both left single, according to Carbone.

And Clare and Tayshia's The Bachelorette bachelor, Noah, reportedly dated Matt's The Bachelor fan-favorite bachelorette Abigail during the season.

Unfortunately, Noah and Abigail also broke up before the overnight dates and left the show as single individuals.

Carbone claims Noah is the one who broke up with Abigail.

"I know a lot of you will ask, 'What about all the nicey nice they were playing on IG when she posted this past Saturday.' Your guess is as good as mine. All I know is that Noah broke up with her on the show," Carbone wrote.

"Maybe it was amicable. Maybe the IG stuff is an act. Maybe they plan on dating post show. I don't know. But he broke up with her on the show after a being a couple from the get go."

Carbone insisted, however, Noah and Abigail did not leave the show together or as an engaged couple. 

One couple quit the show but opted to leave together as a couple

A solid couple chose to continue dating outside of the show rather than continuing to pursue their connection in Paradise: Brendan and Pieper.

Brendan was a frontrunner on Tayshia's season who quit The Bachelorette 16 during his Fantasy Suite date, and Pieper left Matt's The Bachelor season brokenhearted before hometown dates.


"We saw the stories pre-show that they were dating before BIP even started," Carbone wrote in his blog.

"This became a storyline on the show, I believe they started getting called out for it by others, so they just bounced, but are dating post-show." 

Two Bachelor in Paradise returnees, Tia and Kendall, aren't lucky

Both Tia and Kendall previously competed for Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s heart on The Bachelor's 22nd season.

Tia, who once had a fling with former The Bachelor star Colton Underwood, left the show single, although Carbone didn't reveal when and under what circumstances.

And Kendall, who previously found love with Joe Amabile on Season 5 of Bachelor in Paradise, also didn't find love this time around and left the show alone.

(Joe and Kendall announced their breakup in January 2020.)

Kendall reportedly had a difficult time watching Joe's relationship with someone else blossom and so she opted to leave Mexico on her own accord.

ABC's preview of Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season shows Kendall crying in Joe's arms.

The last person Kendall was involved with was Tayshia's Final 3 bachelor, Ivan, who also ended up leaving single. 

Three couples make it to the Final Rose Ceremony in Paradise

Carbone revealed in late June three couples made it all the way to the Final Rose Ceremony on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season.

According to Carbone, the Final 3 couples are Joe and Serena P., Kenny and Mari, and Riley and Maurissa.


Joe previously competed on Becca Kufrin's season of The Bachelorette before falling for Kendall on Bachelor in Paradise 5

Serena P. and Mari both appeared on Matt's The Bachelor season. While Mari didn't make it very far in the process, Serena P. quit after her hometown date.

Kenny and Riley were bachelors on The Bachelorette 16 in 2020.

And Maurissa competed on Peter Weber's season of The Bachelor's 24th season. 

Bachelor in Paradise ends with multiple engagements reportedly!

Carbone reported that all three of the final couples got engaged!

That's right. That means Joe and Serena P. reportedly got engaged, as well as Kenny and Mari and Riley and Maurissa.

It appears Joe and Serena P. are still together, as well as Riley and Maurissa.

Joe and Serena P. were spotted together in Chicago at a rooftop pool in early July.

"These people are gonna find a way to see each other and not hide it. They do it every season." Carbone wrote in a July 6 blog post.

And in late July, Carbone received a picture of Kenny and Mari together at a different rooftop pool in Chicago, which is where Kenny lives.

Carbone also revealed that Brendan and Pieper, who left the show prematurely as a dating couple, have been spotted out together recently.

The pair apparently spent Fourth of July weekend together in the Boston area, where Brendan lives.

ABC has all but confirmed Kenny is one of the bachelors who got engaged

ABC previously aired an extended preview clip of what's to come on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season.

The trailer showed Joe confessing his love to Serena P., Becca calling Thomas "too good to be true," and Kenny serving Mari food in bed during what appears to be their overnight Fantasy Suite date.

In addition, the preview flashed a brief clip of a man's hands opening a ring box to display a flashy diamond engagement ring.

That man was clearly Kenny!

The network accidentally spoiled the bachelor's identity because the gold chain Kenny always wears around his neck is on full display in the background and part of Kenny's blue chest tattoo is cleary visible as well.

Kenny has a large tattoo on one of his pecks that is a depiction of the American flag with red, white and blue colors -- stars and stripes.


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About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.