Bachelor in Paradise spoilers reveal the fourth season's ending for viewers that can't wait for the Season 4 finale to air on ABC next week.

[Spoiler Warning: Please stop reading right now if you do not want to find out which couples split  by the end of Paradise's filming schedule and which couples are allegedly still together].

Bachelor in Paradise's fourth season concluded without any marriage proposals, according to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone. The ending was pretty anti-climactic.

However, many couples are apparently still together and going strong. Viewers will officially find out each couple's current relationship status on the in-studio finale this season next month.

Carbone says Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk are still romantically involved despite living in different states.

The spoiler blogger also predicted Derek Peth would propose to Taylor Nolan on the in-studio finale because they had been spending a lot of time together in recent weeks -- a prediction that came true when the couple got engaged during last week's filming of the finale! 

Daniel Maguire is still dating Lacey Mark, according to Carbone, but Daniel is supposedly just obsessed with fame and being a TV star. Lacey is allegedly head over heels for Daniel, but she became attached to him even before filming Paradise because they had hooked up in the past.

Amanda Stanton and Robby Hayes are also 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 rushed into an engagement with Josh Murray on Bachelor in Paradise last summer.

Since filming wrapped, 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.

According to Carbone, Dean Unglert has still been stuck in a love triangle with Danielle "DLo" Lombard and Kristina Schulman. However, Danielle would seem to have the upper hand since both Dean and herself live in the Los-Angeles area.

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.

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.

Not counting Corinne and DeMario, the original female cast members were Danielle Maltby, Raven, Alexis Waters, Lacey, Kristina, Taylor, Jasmine Goode, and Amanda.

All of the women still remain on the show except for Danielle M. and Alexis. The show also currently features Christen Whitney, Danielle L., and Dominique Alexis.

The original cast of guys were Vinny Ventiera, Alex Woytkiw, Robby, Nick "St. Nick" Benvenutti, Derek, Iggy Rodriguez, Jack Stone, Kenneth "Diggy" Moreland, Matt Munson, Dean, and Ben Zorn.

Vinny, Alex, Nick, and Iggy have all left Paradise already. The show also currently features Adam, Daniel, and Jonathan "Tickle Monster" Treece.

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

Daniel was already shown going on a date with Lacey, while Jonathan also took Christen out on a date.

At the last Rose Ceremony, Daniel gave his rose to Lacey, who is absolutely crazy about him. Robby gave his rose to Amanda after finally getting a kiss from her, and Diggy gave his rose to Dominique, a woman whom he could envision a future with.

Dean then gave his rose to Kristina, while Ben gave his rose to Danielle L.

Dean's decision was not a huge surprise, however, he has been torn between Kristina and Danielle L. Dean admitted to his friend Diggy that Kristina was smart, perceptive and interesting, while Danielle L. was just really freaking hot.

Kristina and Danielle L. have both been shown putting up with Dean's back and forth antics, but Kristina is starting to check out of the process. Although Dean gave Kristina a rose, she watched Danielle L. and Dean flirt and make out in the pool -- a scene she found incredibly hurtful and disrespectful.

Adam gave his rose to Raven at the second Rose Ceremony, which ultimately sent Sarah Vendal packing. And Derek, as fans predicted, gave his rose to Taylor. Matt also decided to give his rose to Jasmine.

However, Matt quit the show after handing Jasmine a rose due to love-triangle drama involving Christen. Matt also didn't see long-term potential with either woman.

In addition to Sarah, Alexis Waters was also eliminated at the second Rose Ceremony because they each didn't find a match in Paradise.

In the next couple of episodes on September 4 and 5, two more guys will arrive in Paradise -- Blake Elarbee and Fred Johnson -- and the women will be getting ready to have the power at the third Rose Ceremony of the season, according to Carbone.

Fred will ask Dominique out on a date, and Blake will ask Christen to accompany him on a date. Robby and Amanda will also go on their first official date of the season, as fireworks are finally sparking from the pair.

Up until this point, Amanda had been very cautious and hesitant to get involved with Robby, and she rejected him for a kiss multiple times.

Meanwhile, Carbone says Dean will spend time with Danielle during the day and then spend the nights with Kristina. Ben will eliminate himself during the cocktail party preceding the third Rose Ceremony, and Kristina -- completely fed up with Dean's behavior -- will oust herself at the Rose Ceremony.

Kristina will give a speech about feeling unappreciated before she leaves, according to Carbone.

At the third Rose Ceremony, Taylor will allegedly give her rose to Derek, Raven will give her rose to Adam, Lacey will give her rose to Daniel, Jasmine will give her rose to Jonathan, Amanda will give her rose to Robby, Dominique will give her rose to Diggy, Danielle will give her rose to Dean, and Christen will give her rose to Jack.

In addition to Kristina, Blake and Fred will also leave Paradise at this point.

Carbone claims there will be no fourth Rose Ceremony, and then three new girls will step foot on the resort: Jaimi King and twins Haley Ferguson and Emily Ferguson.

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

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

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, according to Carbone.

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 serious love potential to choose to continue on with the dating process.

The couples who chose to enjoy a Fantasy Suite date were Daniel and Lacey, Derek and Taylor, and Adam and Raven.

At this point, Jasmine and Jonathan will allegedly go home separately, as will Amanda and Robby.

Instead of choosing between Dominique and Jaimi, Diggy decides to leave by himself, forcing the women to leave Paradise as singles 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 couples talking about their experiences in the Fantasy Suites the morning after.

Bachelor in Paradise will then air a live 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."

Chris even hinted there may be a marriage proposal on the live finale, which is consistent with Carbone's prediction for the cast's on-screen reunion.

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Steven Rogers is a senior entertainment reporter for Reality TV World and been covering the reality TV genre for two decades.