Four couples remain on bachelor in paradise, and with commitment ceremony tomorrow's final is pressured.
In the second most recent episode of the evening, each pair spends one last day together, seeking an answer to a
Let's see what their chances are:
Jarrod and Keira
It may Do not be love, but there is probably something that flourishes between these two (that may be pash rash). On their last date, Jarrod and Keira can not hold their hands apart, a dead-eyed Jarrod doting on his "princess." But they have a problem: Neither can quite say L-word (no
Ali and Grant
These two are beaten but there is a obvious barrier to continuing their Relationships Outside Paradise : He is based in Los Angeles while living in Los Angeles, Australia, Adelaide. Grant has made it clear that he will not hit Rundle Mall anytime and if their Relationships should work, Ali must move to the United States. Emigrating to America is actually a very simple process, he assures her (lie!).
He tells her that if she were to move to LA, he would support "100% on any form or shape. " Live it in sunny LA with a guy who will fully support you (as financially? Where do I sign up?) Sounds pretty sweet, so Ali locks it down: She's" more than ready "to move to the other side of the world to be with him. The couple even says what Jarrod and Keira are not ku nne: "I love you." Nawwwww.
Sam and Tara
Oh these two. Despite Tara announcing the moment Sam came to the resort that she would never give him a rose, their friendship soon became blossomed into something romantic.
Hell, she may even like her "froze" (rolled mullet) now – she is officially a lost case. However, Sam admits the idea of having a television commitment ceremony with a person he has been involved in in a few days makes him nervous (Sam: Hesitating about this bizarre view is actually a sign that you are a normal person).  He may be nervous about the real TV stunt he is asked to attend, but Sam has no problems with his feelings for Tara. He tells her that he can "already see how wonderful you would be like a wife and a life partner." He is "completely in love."
They say "I love you." Then say it again. And again. And another time. And once more. Yep, OK, guys, we get it.
Jake and Meghan
The couple enjoys a day of yacht-based heavy petting, but Meghan has her reservations. She is not sure she is prepared to commit to saying the L-word (no, not "lesbian") to Jake.
"I'm worried about being in a deeper relationship with Jake – we do not have much intellectual conversations," she admits. "I do not know Jake is the right guy for me."
When the movie ends at Paradise Meghan travels abroad for work while Jake returns to the Gold Coast – and she is worried. He immediately returns to his much-talked party games ways.
Jake insists that he is 100% committed and ready to be true to her. His insistence is … not very convincing.
"I can not help feeling in love with you," he says, he suddenly breaks into a smirk. "I can not even say it with a straight face." Maybe not a good sign, if you can not say it without laughing, huh Jake?
Meghan will not even try to fake his feelings.
"I do not love Jake. I'm not at the point where I'm going to tell him I love him – because I just do not," she pushes.
Tomorrow evening: The remaining couples finally end at ] Bachelor In Paradise (presumably so the entire resort can be professionally steamed). Does Meghan and Jake even have the least chance of making it work? And what pair will give the commitment that has been drilled the whole season? Find out at 19:30 Monday at. Ten.