SUNDAY night's second-most episode of Bachelor In Paradise saw three deeply beloved couples – and a couple still struggling to connect.
Monday's final starts with Sam and Tara, Keira and Jarrod and Ali and Grant, who are all preparing for the season's climate engagement ceremony. Everyone looks like they want to go through it: Tara talks about bringing Sam home to meet with the family while Keira says Jarrod makes me feel I'm the only girl in the world (excellent Rihanna quota babes).  Megan and Jake is still another story: Megan knows she can not go through a television commitment ceremony with a man she does not love.
"Just like we are just before the commitment ceremony and we do not know what we do. It does not inspire confidence in me," she tells Jake, who says, that he feels "awful" by the not completely unexpected news.
Bags packed, Megan then makes a quick exit from the show and leaves Jake just some kind of wandering around the resort feeling depressed and hoping they have not finished the barfan yet:
Keira and Jarrod
As he walks towards his pivotal encounter with the woman he now regards as his "soulmate," Jarrod lives entirely the monologue:
"I'm ready to do this. trained this for 32 years now and I'm a bull on a port. And I just want to be released and I want to run in and SMASH IT OUT. "
Keira, you in danger girls.
As they hold hands under the palms, the couple finally offers "I love you" And seal their new love with engagement rings as OTT soundtrack strings swell.
"I feel honored to call you my boyfriend," Jarrod says, leaving Keira "hyperventilating".
Jarrod tells Keira that when it's the right time, he switches his engagement ring to an engagement ring.
We are not sure if this qualifies as "smash it out" but well done to both of them.
"I now have a boyfriend who will be my future wife," says Jarrod, resembling more like Tommy Wiseau than ever .
Ali and Grant
Will Grant suggest Ali? He is in shape – he suggested a girl on her American style on the show.
Ali enters the commitment ceremony in the hope that they make their relationship "public" – apparently, she is not aware that she has actually filmed a television show in the last four weeks.
Ali tells Grant that she "looks forward to the day we can gather our children together in a home full of peace and love and happiness" that presents him with an engagement ring.
Grant does not freak out despite having known Ali for about five minutes and telling her: "I already know that I want and I will spend the rest of my life with you." He also gives her an engagement ring and she sees … a bit disappointed
Lady, were you really expecting a marriage proposal at the end of this?
Tara and Sam
If there was any long-standing doubt that their early friendship had not flourished in a proper romance, last night's end, they ended up wearing their bathrobes the morning before the commitment ceremony, having spent their first night together in a suite at the resort. The host Osher Gunsberg filled the topics on Twitter for viewers:
Forge that PG rating.
These two are really beloved and Sam goes into the commitment ceremony with a plan: "As soon as I see Tara, I'm going to fall to my knee and I will ask her to marry me." Act surprised, Australia).
Seems they both have marriage on the brain because Tara is rocketed up for the ceremony wearing what appears to be an 80 year old bridesmaid dress:
She gives him his engagement ring and tells him: "I love you and I will be with you forever. "
Sam really agrees with his speech: "You've been an incredible part of my life, and some can say it's short time. It's not. I want to wake up next to you for years, it just feels like that. I adore you, I'm proud of you. I'm so proud of the woman you are and the woman you want to stay, "he says, a long monologue for a man who insisted, that he would suggest the second he saw her.
But wait! Suddenly he's on one knee:
"It may seem wild, but it's not. And I've told you 1,000 times in my sleep. I want to spend the rest of my life with you. amazing. Do you want to marry me? "
It's a moment, yes from Tara:
" I want to dream. It's such an exciting feeling. I was so excited to just go home with Sam and now, like … I'm married to him and we have so much to plan and I'm so happy, "Tara smashes like the newly-engaged couple in the sunset together.
Bet Ali is cursed.
Congratulations Tara – but your story is not over yet. There is still one thing Australia needs from you …
Meet Australia's New Bachelorette: Ali Oetjen
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