‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Episode 6 Spoilers: Next Week Tests Relationships And Sees A Shocking Exit
By jaskiran kaur | August 29, 2014 4:25 PM EST
"Bachelor In Paradise" is slowly moving towards its finale. But before that fans will get to enjoy explosive and dramatic episode 6. "Bachelor Nation's" newest show gives second chance at love to "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" castoffs. Will they be able to find true love by the end of it all? Here are the spoilers from "Bachelor In Paradise" Episode/ Week 6. Read on to find what happens next, who gets the rose and who gets eliminated? [Warning: Spoilers Ahead!]
This article contains spoilers from "Bachelor in Paradise" Episode/Week 4. Read at your own risk.
Last week, fans were treated to two new episodes of the "Bachelor In Paradise." The dramatic episodes saw the arrival of new bachelorettes and bachelors as well as shocking rose ceremonies.
In Episode 5, men gave out roses to the women. At the end, Clare Crawley from Juan Pablo's season of "The Bachelor" exited the show.
In his latest blog on Entertainment Weekly, host Chris Harrison teased Episode 6 of the show and what to expect from it. Harrison wrote that the new entries will put the existing relationships to the test. According to him, some "good relationships" will survive the storm, but those with "weak foundations won't stand the test."
"Bachelor in Paradise" Episode/Week 6 begins with eight men and six women. The show will see the entry of two new bachelors from the previous seasons of "The Bachelorette" this week. Women will hand out roses to the men.
According to Reality Steve's episode by episode spoilers guide for "Bachelor in Paradise" on his blog, the two new arrivals this week are Brooks Forester from Desiree Hartsock's season and Tasos Hernanadez from Andi Dorfman's season.
As for the in-house dates, Zack Kalter will approach Jackie Parr for the date. Reality Steve reveals that Brooks will also ask out Jackie Parr and Tasos Hernandez will approach Christy Hansen.
The reality show spy also teases a shocker in the upcoming episode. As per the spoilers reported by him, a bachelor is going to exit the show. The report notes that Jesse Kovacs is going to realise he hasn't been able to establish a "connection" with any of the bachelorettes there. Thus he decides to exit the show during the cocktail party.
Rose Ceremony And Elimination
During the rose ceremony, Lacy Faddoul hands out the rose to Marcus Grodd, Jackie Parr gives it to Zack Kalter, AssLee gives it to Graham Bunn, Michelle Money gives it to Cody Sattler and Sarah Herron gives it to Robert Graham. Christy Hansen chooses Tasos Hernandez over Brooks Forester thus he gets eliminated.
"Bachelor in Paradise" Episode/Week 6 airs on Sept. 1, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.
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