‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 7 Recap With Not Skinny But Not Fat

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It wouldn’t be a finale in Bachelor Nation without predictions about the long run! Instagram creator and host of the “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast Amanda Hirsch joins Us Weekly’s “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast to interrupt down the season 7 finale of the ABC collection.

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The three {couples} who acquired engaged embody Joe Amabile and Serena pitt, Riley Christian and Maurissa Gunn and Kenny Braasch and Mari Pepin.

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“I used to be tremendous stunned!” Serena instructed Us of Joe’s choice to pop the query. “I imply, we had sort of joked round and teased the idea of, like, ‘What if we acquired engaged,’ however leaving fantasy suites, the plan on the desk was, like, ‘We’re simply going to depart collectively in a relationship. We love one another, you understand, I felt like he was The One and vice versa,’ however the logic in me was, like, ‘We ought to simply go away in a relationship.’ So I used to be shocked. I had no idea he was going to be getting down on one knee, however clearly, I used to be very glad and nonetheless glad about it to at the present time.”

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While Joe instructed Us that he knew he was going to suggest “the night time earlier than,” Kenny revealed that he had his proposal deliberate earlier.

Kenny Braasch, Mari Pepin, Riley Christian, Maurissa Gunn, Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt.

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“It was fairly a couple of days earlier than the engagement day. I started to appreciate that it was going to in all probability occur once I acquired house from the Tia [Booth] date,” the boy band supervisor stated. “And Mari had pulled me apart, that type of acquired the ball rolling for that path.”

While Serena and Joe are debating strikes to his native Chicago, her native Canada or New York City, Riley and Maurissa know they will find yourself on the East Coast.

“It’s not Married at First Sight the place they really get married. This is an engagement, you’re getting a diamond ring in your finger, like, sure, you’re making an announcement right here, however on the finish of the day, it’s not that massive a deal,” Amanda suggests on the Wednesday, October 6, episode of the “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast. “I need to see the {couples} — like Arie [Luyendyk Jr.] and Lauren [Burnham], married in the ‘burbs with children. There’s too many lengthy engagements in [Bachelor Nation].”

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Two different {couples} from the season — Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs and Abigail Heringer and Noah erb — acquired again collectively after the present wrapped however didn’t put a Neil Lane diamond on it.

“Becca doesn’t have the very best picker,” Amanda says on the podcast. “I imply, with Arie, you understand, he flipped on her [and] took Lauren. She picked Garrett [Yrigoyen] and none of us actually understood it. … Didn’t she have Blake [Horstmann] and Jason [Tartick] — she had some f—king dope guys on her season. I don’t know in the event that they’re gonna final. I do know it appears like I’m sarcastic and [want to] be humorous about it, however I actually am a hopeless romantic. I like to see the {couples} that ended up collectively. It’s identical to, Thomas?”

For a whole recap of Tuesday’s finale, take heed to Us Weekly’s “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast.

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