Bachelor in Paradise viewers are in for a real treat as season five comes to a close.
Two season five couples will get engaged in the final episode, set to air on ABC on September 10 at 8pm ET, according to Reality Steve. The spoiler blogger claims that after a season of relationship shakeups and shocking breakups, true love will be found.
And even though fans are led to believe from the teaser for the reunion show that another couple will get engaged when it is aired Tuesday September 10, it has emerged the footage is fake.
While early reports said Kamil Nicalek and Annaliese Puccini would find their happily ever after, spoilers say the two will split at the reunion special
Internet sleuth and spoiler king Reality Steve called out ABC soon after the teaser was aired, pointing out that the footage from the ‘engagement’ was actually from the Winter Games reunion, when Benoit popped the question to Claire.
In fact, most of the teaser for the reunion is stitched together from snippets of other reunion shows, including Becca’s ‘Men Tell All’ and Arie’s ‘Women Tell All’, so it’s unclear what romance or drama — if any — viewers will be treated to on Tuesday.
What is certain, however, is that Jordan Kimball and girlfriend Jenna Cooper will get engaged along with Chris Randone and Krystal Nielson.
While Reality Steve initially reported that Annaliese Puccini and Kamil Nicalek would be one of the lucky couples to get engaged in the finale, it’s since been reported that their relationship will take a much different turn.
Kamil will reportedly break up with Annaliese on stage during the reunion show. It’s unclear why he decided to end things.
Other couples will leave Bachelor in Paradise Season five still together, but won’t get engaged, while others will reunite after the show.
Bachelor in Paradise couples
The only two couples in Bachelor in Paradise Season 5 to get engaged will be Jordan Kimball and Jenna Cooper and Chris Randone and Krystal Nielson.
Several other couples will leave Bachelor in Paradise still together, however.
According to Reality Steve, Kendall Long and Joe Amabile will end their relationship before the finale. They’ll reportedly be reunited after the show, however, and are still a couple.
Astrid Loch and Kevin Wendt will also leave Bachelor in Paradise a couple.
Bachelor in Paradise finale
The Bachelor in Paradise finale will air on September 10 with the reunion special airing the following day.
A preview for the Bachelor in Paradise finale teases drama ahead for some of the couples. Kevin Wendt, Kendall Long and more are shown in tears.
The trailer also teases a dramatic standoff between Jordan Kimball and Robby Hayes. Viewers may want to take what they see with a grain of salt, however. According to Life and Style, many of the reunion clips in the preview are from the 2017 show.
Watch Bachelor in Paradise
Bachelor in Paradise airs on Mondays and Tuesdays on ABC at 8pm ET. You can also catch the show on ABC’s livestreaming sight.
You will be required to enter your cable log in information to access the show.