Bachelor in Paradise spoilers reveal which Season 4 couples will make it and which pairs will split by the end of their attempt to find love on the ABC reality dating show.

[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading immediately  if you want the end of Bachelor in Paradise to be a surprise, as well as current news on the couples who are still together].

Only two episodes remain of Bachelor in Paradise's fourth season, including the franchise's first-ever, in-studio finale on Monday, September 11.

Bachelor in Paradise host Chris Harrison will be shown welcoming back cast members on the finale so viewers can learn the current status of relationships that survived Paradise.

The season's most solid couple -- Taylor Nolan and Derek Peth -- are still happy and in love and, according to multiple reports, Derek proposed marriage to his love during the finale when it taped last week.

Bachelor in Paradise therefore ends with one marriage proposal!

Carbone had predicted Taylor and Derek would get engaged because they spent a lot of time with each other after Paradise wrapped filming in early July.

However, the last regular episode of Bachelor in Paradise -- the upcoming Tuesday, September 5 broadcast -- will feature a pretty anti-climactic ending. There will be no engagements, nor will a final Rose Ceremony be featured.

In addition to Taylor and Derek, the other couples who left Paradise still dating were Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk, Carbone says, as well as Daniel Maguire and Lacey Mark.

Raven and Adam are still romantically involved despite living in different states, while Daniel and Lacey are still together. But Carbone claims Daniel is obsessed with fame and being a TV star, so it's unlikely their relationship will work out.

Amanda Stanton and Robby Hayes left Paradise before the round of Fantasy Suites, but they are apparently still dating in the real world.

Robby has told the media he has yet to meet Amanda's two young daughters, but they're taking it slow since Amanda admittedly rushed into an engagement with Josh Murray on Bachelor in Paradise 3 last summer.

Since taping concluded, Robby and Amanda have been photographed strolling through West Hollywood, going on dinner dates, celebrating people's birthday parties, and attending baseball games together.

"They are very affectionate towards each other," a source told E! News in July.

Dean Unglert's current situation and relationship status is a little more hazy.

As Bachelor in Paradise viewers saw earlier this week, Kristina quit the show when it became time to hand out a rose at the season's third Rose Ceremony.

Kristina was feeling very unappreciated because of Dean's romance with Danielle Lombard, so Kristina decided to search for a man who would value and respect her elsewhere.

Carbone claims the love triangle continued in the real world, with Danielle having an edge since they're both living in the Los Angeles-area. Kristina is from Kentucky.

Carbone says the two beautiful brunettes have been "at odds" over Dean and he is still "talking, seeing and in contact" with both of them.  

"So anyone thinking Dean has a chance to be the next Bachelor, you can forget it," Carbone quips.

However, Dean recently hinted that his relationship with Kristina is over. He shared a photo of Kristina and himself holding each other and captioned the image: "You were out of my league."

Bachelor in Paradise started filming at Playa Escondida in Sayulita, Mexico on June 3 before production shut down because of the Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson sex scandal on June 5. Carbone says that filming resumed on June 24 and completed on July 4.

Now, let's dive into what happened recently on Bachelor in Paradise and what's still to come for all the bachelors and bachelorettes.

At the last Rose Ceremony, the women were in power and handed out the roses.

But before that moment arrived, Ben Zorn ousted himself from the show because he hadn't found a love match. Ben didn't want to accept a rose from a girl when there was no real potential for romance. (And he also really missed his dog Zeus back home).

Lacey gave her rose to Daniel, Taylor gave her rose to Derek, Amanda gave her rose to Robby, and Raven gave her rose to Robby -- which were very predictable outcomes.

Amanda and Robby's relationship is really blossoming on the show at this point, as they finally got to embark on a solo date outside of the resort. The pair laughed and played at a carnival, and their date ended with fireworks in the sky and in Robby's heart.

Dominique Alexis then chose to give her rose to Kenneth "Diggy" Moreland instead of newcomer Fred Johnson from Rachel Lindsay's season of The Bachelorette.

Jasmine Goode -- who experienced heartbreak this season when Matt Munson quit the show -- decided to hand her rose to Jonathan "Tickle Monster" Treece. The pair hit it off once Christen decided she was more invested in Jack Stone.

Christen therefore gave her rose to Jack, and then it was Kristina's turn. As previously reported, Kristina eliminated herself when it became time to hand out a rose because Dean had pretty much made up his mind and determined he wanted to continue dating and pursuing Danielle.

It was also the last straw for Kristina when she watched him lock legs and make out with Danielle in the pool the night before the latest Rose Ceremony. Kristina couldn't believe Dean would treat her that way when he insisted he really cared for her.

Kristina was completely over the love triangle, and Dominique told the cameras that Dean was going to ultimately regret letting go of such an amazing girl.

After Dean walked Kristina out of the resort and admitted he hated himself for hurting her, Danielle offered Dean a rose, and he accepted it.

Danielle was thrilled Dean was finally invested only in her.

The episode concluded with Adam confessing he could see himself falling in love with Raven. Meanwhile, the cast members assumed Taylor and Derek were totally in love with each other.

Once roses were handed out, newcomers Blake Elarbee and Fred Johnson were eliminated.

Fred had enjoyed a date with Dominique in Paradise, but she was already pretty sold on Diggy. Blake had gone on a date with Christen, but it turned out to be a disaster because she almost got sick on a speed boat and struggled to keep her contacts in her eyes.

Carbone claims there will be no fourth Rose Ceremony, and then three new girls will step foot in Mexico: Jaimi King, who is bisexual, and The Bachelor twins Haley Ferguson and Emily Ferguson.

Jaimi will allegedly ask Diggy out a on date, while the twins prepare to go on a double date with Jack and Jonathan. However, Jack decides to cancel at the last minute, leaving Haley and Emily absolutely furious, according to Carbone.

Instead of enjoying themselves in Paradise, Haley and Emily will be shown swearing at the group and angrily leaving Playa Escondida.

Chris Harrison will then approach the remaining couples about whether they'd like to go home separately, go home with each other, or take advantage of an overnight Fantasy Suite date, Carbone teases.

Chris allegedly explains that the Fantasy Suite is a major step forward in a relationship and it would signify a serious bond. Chris only wanted couples with real love potential to choose to continue on with the dating process.

The couples who will choose to enjoy a Fantasy Suite date are allegedly Daniel and Lacey, Derek and Taylor, and Adam and Raven.

On the other hand, Jasmine and Jonathan will allegedly go home separately, as will Amanda and Robby.

Instead of choosing between Dominique and Jaimi, Diggy will decide to leave by himself, forcing the women to leave Paradise single as well.

Dean will allegedly tell Danielle that he's in love with Kristina, so both Dean and Danielle will go home separately.

In addition, Carbone claims Christen and Jack will leave the Mexican resort as individuals.

The show supposedly ends with the three remaining couples talking about their experiences in the Fantasy Suites the morning after.

Bachelor in Paradise will then air an in-studio finale similar to the franchise's After the Final Rose format.


"The show will extend back into the real world... It's going to be interesting and I think a lot more fun for all of us," Chris recently told Entertainment Weekly.

"We're [going] live, the show is wrapping up, and there will be people involved that were on the show because we have to find out where everybody is."

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.