Josh Allan Murray
Josh Allan Murray, "Bachelor In Paradise" season 3. Instagram/JoshAllanMurray

“Bachelor In Paradise” is only on its second episode this season, but there are already spoilers for the upcoming episodes and the contestants lives after the series. In an exciting turn, there is a shocking elimination and an engagement in the works.

According to Reality Steve, three new women will be joining in the third episode. These include Ashley Iaconetti, Caila Quinn and Jen Saviano. Iaconetti is from Chris Soules’ season and "Bachelor in Paradise” season 2. On the other hand, Quinn and Saviano are both from Ben Higgin’s season of “The Bachelor.” In this episode, the women will ask the men on dates, with the men handing out roses that night in Mexico. Unfortunately, Sarah Herron and Iaconetti are left without roses. However, Iaconetti comes back after the rose ceremony, begging for another chance, which Chris Harrison gives her.

In the same episode, Josh Murray gives a rose to Amanda Stanton. It would seem that the chemistry between the two carries out throughout the reality series, as they are now rumoured to be engaged.

Murray and Stanton are not supposed to be seen together as the season is still showing. However, Wonderwall reports that the two were recently seen together. The publication also goes on to claim that the public will see 31-year-old Murray propose to the 26-year-old at the end of the season.

Murray and Stanton were seen together at the Orange County Fair, which lasts a month from July 15, with Stanton’s two children in tow. The two children are reportedly the reason why Murran and Stanton broke protocol and publicly went out in the first place. Because the children were getting restless with the hiding, all four of them went out for some time together.

Murray appeared on “The Bachelorette” season 10 but split with Andi Dorfman in January 2015. Meanwhile, Stanton made it to the final four spot “The Bachelor” season 20.

“Bachelor In Paradise” season 3 episode 3 will air in the Unites States on Aug. 15.