Bachelor in Paradise Season 8 spoilers continue to leak out, revealing the established couples with only a few days left of filming and the couple dubbed most likely to get engaged.

[Bachelor in Paradise Spoilers Warning: Several of the bachelors who will reportedly appear on Bachelor in Paradise's new season will be competing on Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia's The Bachelorette season, which has yet to air on ABC].


Production on Bachelor in Paradise's eighth season is currently underway, and Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone claims filming is concluding this week.

The final couples will have to keep their relationships a secret for over four months considering Bachelor in Paradise doesn't premiere until Tuesday, September 27 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Beginning on Monday, October 3, Bachelor in Paradise will air twice weekly this Fall on Monday and Tuesday nights from 8-10PM ET/PT.

While the cast has yet to be officially announced by ABC, Carbone has disclosed the identities of most of the bachelors and bachelorettes who showed up at the Mexican resort this summer, and he reported that the season will feature a total of 43 cast members.

(Bachelor in Paradise's format features an ever-changing cast with people coming and going over the course of the season as Rose Ceremonies occur.)

Carbone previously reported the results of Bachelor in Paradise's first two Rose Ceremonies, and now the details about Rose Ceremony No. 3, which reportedly filmed on June 19, are out.

But first, the Paradise cast had to undergo a new twist similar to "Casa Amor" on CBS' Love Island.

The "Casa Amor" twist sends one gender of cast members over to a different villa where they'd meet a brand-new group of singles of the opposite sex, ultimately putting the bonds and romances of pre-existing couples to the test.

The five women who joined the show as part of the new twist were reportedly Sarah Hamrick, Kate Gallivan, and Eliza Isichei from Clayton's season as well Jessenia Cruz from Matt's season and Florence Moerenhout from Bachelor in Paradise: Australia's first two seasons.


The five men looking to tempt and steal hearts were Tyler Norris from Rachel and Gabby's season, Alex Bordyukov from Rachel Lindsay's season, Adam Todd from The Bachelorette: Australia's sixth season, and Rick Leach and Olumide "Olu" Onajide from Michelle's season.

Carbone revealed in a new June 28 blog post that Justin Glaze from Katie Thurston's The Bachelorette season -- who had been eliminated at the second Rose Ceremony in Paradise -- returned to the beach after "Casa Amor" and took interest in Eliza. (Carbone said it's unclear why he was allowed to come back).

But Rodney Mathews from Michelle Young's season also set his eyes on Eliza once the "Casa Amor" twist happened. He broke up with Lace Morris from Ben Higgins' season for a shot at love with Eliza, and at the third Rose Ceremony, Eliza gave her rose to Rodney.

However, Eliza walked Justin out, only to return and have a conversation with Rodney. Eliza reportedly said that she felt pressured to give Rodney a rose, and so the pair broke up and both self-eliminated.

Carbone previously reported in his June 21 blog post how Olu and Rick were sent home after "Casa Amor" because they failed to find connections.

And Carbone more recently reported that Alex and Adam were also eliminated after "Casa Amor."

Sarah reportedly left the beach because her grandmother died, not for a lack of romantic options.

At the third Rose Ceremony of Bachelor in Paradise's eighth season, the women gave out the roses, just like they had at Rose Ceremony No. 2.

Carbone reported that Hayden Markowitz and twins Joey Young and Justin Young from Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia's The Bachelorette season arrived either before or after the third Rose Ceremony. Hayden reportedly didn't last long but the twins are still in Mexico filming.


Kate may be portrayed as a villain this season because Carbone heard she's been rubbing some other people on the beach the wrong way.

Jacob Rapini left Jill Chin from Clayton's season for Kate, sending Jill home, but then Kate began dating Logan Palmer from Gabby and Rachel's season. Kate and Logan are "now a thing," according to the spoiler blogger.

The last three women who entered Paradise were Mara Agreat, Ency Abedin, and Lyndsey Windham, all from Clayton Echard's The Bachelor season.

"When Lyndsey came on the beach, there weren't many options, so she asked Logan, [and] Kate told him she didn't want him going on a date so Lyndsey just went home," Carbone wrote in his June 28 blog post.

With only a few days left of filming, Carbone reported the following couples have been established: Brandon Jones from Michelle's season and Serene Russell from Clayton's season, Michael Allio from Katie's season and Danielle Maltby from Nick Viall's season, and Aaron Clancy from Katie's season and Genevieve Parisi from Clayton's season.

Carbone also reported Johnny DePhillipo from Rachel and Gabby's season and Victoria Fuller from Peter Weber's season are a couple in Paradise as well as Tyler Norris from Rachel and Gabby's season and Brittany Galvin from Matt James' season, Andrew Spencer from Michelle's season and Jessenia Cruz from Matt's season, and Logan and Kate.

Shanae Ankney from Clayton's season, Florence and Mara are reportedly currently caught up in a love triangle with the twins, Joey and Justin.

As for the strongest couple in Paradise, Carbone claimed Brandon and Serene could definitely go the distance, get engaged and end up together.

"The only couple I'm almost positive is gonna get engaged is Brandon and Serene," Carbone wrote in his June 28 blog post. "In fact, I'd be surprised if they didn't. Outside of that, anyone's fair game to break up."

Bachelor in Paradise will be hosted by Jesse Palmer, who took to Instagram on June 9 and posted a photo of himself posing next to an "open" sign on a beach decorated with blankets, vases and lights.

"With the power vested in me, I now officially declare Paradise OPEN!!!" Jesse captioned the image, announcing that Bachelor in Paradise's eighth season had begun production.

Jesse, an ESPN sports analyst who starred on The Bachelor's fifth season back in 2004, is continuing his role as host of the franchise after hosting The Bachelor 26, which just wrapped on TV in March, and The Bachelorette 19.

Bachelor in Paradise's eighth season will continue to feature Wells Adams in his bartending role, and ABC entertainment president Craig Erwich hinted in May that the new season will star a captivating group of alums.

"When I think of some of the people they have in mind to come back for Bachelor in Paradise, I think it's going to continue to be a very watched and very discussed block of programming on Mondays and Tuesdays," Craig told Deadline.

ABC renewed Bachelor in Paradise for an eighth season back in April. The new season is expected to feature shocking twists, surprises, unexpected guests, and some unlikely relationships, per usual.


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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.