Bachelor In Paradise
Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray Instagram/Amanda Stanton

“Bachelor In Paradise” is still weeks away from the finale, but teasers and previous episodes have already given some sort of clue regarding which couples stay together, and which do not. In the finale of this season, host Chris Harrison asked the final couples the tough question -- whether to continue the relationship off camera, or to simply call it quits.

With a total of 30 past “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” contestants on the island, there are bound to be plenty of hookups and breakups. Throughout this season of “Bachelor In Paradise,” the most solid couple eventually falls out, and the most surprising pairings come together.

Who breaks up?

At the beginning of the season, Vinny Ventiera and Izzy Goodkind appear to be a very stable couple. However, Inquisitr claims that things will fall apart as Izzy finds her attraction to Brett Melnick getting stronger and stronger.

In week 3 of the series, Jen Saviano joins the rest of the cast, which Nick Viall admittedly shares he is delighted by. The two hit it off but eventually decide against a relationship after they spend a night in the Fantasy Suite.

Despite the drama that Ashley I. brings when she sees that Jared Haibon and Caila Quinn are together on the island, they still somehow manage to make it work. That is, until week 5 when the two decide to leave the show.

Ashley Iaconetti finds herself in a budding relationship with Wells in the middle of “Bachelor In Paradise.” Reportedly, the two make through to the season finale. However, while the two are given the chance to stay at the Fantasy Suite, both of them decide against it and leave the show.

Who stays together?

The couples who reportedly make it out of “Bachelor In Paradise” engaged are Lace Morris and Grant Kemp, Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray, and Carly Waddell and Evan Bass.

TMZ recently spotted Lace proudly sporting her “Grace” tattoo -- a combination of Grant and Lace. Meanwhile, Josh and Amanda have been seen spotted in multiple locations together, with Josh’s mother even supporting their pairing on social media. The surprise of the season, however, are Carly and Evan, who had an awkward beginning. Reportedly, however, the two properly hit it off mid-season.

"Bachelor In Paradise" airs in the US on ABC every Monday and Tuesday night at 8 p.m.