Bachelor In Paradise Spoilers: What Happens In Every 2019 Rose Ceremony?

Bachelor in Paradise 2019 Season 6 cast in Week 1 ABC

Bachelor in Paradise 2019 original cast

SPOILERS ahead from Bachelor in Paradise 2019 Season 6.

Bachelor in Paradise 2019 started with a rose ceremony cliffhanger, and you should probably get used to that. The Bachelor and Bachelorette spinoff airs twice a week -- Mondays and Tuesdays -- for about six weeks, but that doesn't mean ABC can't s-t-r-e-t-c-h the drama out to crazy lengths.

Thankfully, spoilers exist to help Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 fans satisfy their curiosity without having to wait. There are plenty of other spoilers beyond what happens at each rose ceremony -- like more on the Blake drama, and how a pinata is part of a fight that gets two guys kicked out of Paradise -- but here's just a focus on who gets roses and who gets sent home.

Here are the results of each rose ceremony, per Reality Steve:

Rose Ceremony #1:

Clay Harbor (Bachelorette Becca's season) gave his rose to Nicole Lopez-Alvar (Bachelor Colton's season)

Kevin Fortenberry (Hannah’s season) to Sydney Lotuaco (Colton's season)

Blake Horstmann (Becca’s season) to Tayshia Adams (Colton's season)

Cam Ayala (Hannah's season) to Caelynn Miller-Keyes (Colton's season)

John Paul Jones (Hannah's season) to Onyeka Ehie (Colton's season)

Wills Reid (Becca's season) to Katie Morton (Colton's season)

Derek Peth (JoJo’s season, Bachelor in Paradise Season 4) to Demi Burnett (Colton's season)

Chris Bukowski (Bachelorette Emily, Bachelorette Andi, Bachelor Pad Season 2, Bachelor in Paradise Seasons 1 and 2) to Kristina Schulman (Bachelor Nick’s season, Bachelor in Paradise Season 4)

Dylan Barbour (Hannah's season) to Hannah Godwin (Colton’s season)

Eliminated this rose ceremony: Bibiana Julian, Annaliese Puccini, and Jane Aver.

Bachelor in Paradise 2019 Season 6 cast in Week 1 ABC

Rose Ceremony #2:

• Demi gives her rose to Derek

• Caelynn to Dean Unglert (Rachel’s season, Bachelor in Paradise Season 4)

• Hannah G to Dylan

• Nicole to Clay

• Katie to Chris

• Sydney to Mike Johnson (Hannah’s season)

• Tayshia to JPJ

• Kristina to Blake

Eliminated this rose ceremony: Onyeka said she didn't have a connection so she left without handing out her rose. Cam Ayala, Kevin Fortenberry, and Wills Reid didn't get roses. Jordan Kimball (Becca’s season, BIP 5) and Christian Estrada (Bachelorette Becca’s 2018 season) were already eliminated after their fight.

Rose Ceremony #3:

• Demi to Kristian Haggerty

• JPJ to Haley Ferguson (Bachelor Ben Higgins' 2016 season)

• Derek to Tayshia

• Dylan to Hannah G

• Clay to Nicole

• Chris to Katie

• Dean to Caelynn

• Mike to Sydney

• Blake to Kristina

Kristian Haggerty, Demi’s girlfriend from before the show, arrived in this episode as previewed in promos and by Demi herself.

Eliminated this rose ceremony: Tahzjuan Hawkins, Caitlin Clemmens, and Jen Saviano. Dean also leaves after giving Caelynn his rose, Steve reports. Dean says he doesn't see anything serious progressing after the show. But he returns later. Because Dean has to Dean.

Rose Ceremony #4:

• Demi to Kristian

• Tayshia to JPJ

• Hannah to Dylan

• Nicole to Clay

• Katie to Chris

• Kristina to Blake

• Caelynn to Connor Saeli (Hannah’s season)

• Haley to Luke Stone (Hannah’s season).

• Sydney to "Old" Matt Donald (Hannah’s season)

Angela Amezcua (Bachelor Nick's 2017 season, Bachelor in Paradise Season 5) to Chase McNary (Bachelorette JoJo’s 2016 season)

Eliminated this rose ceremony: Mike Johnson. Derek Peth reportedly cried and left the show earlier in this weekly after fighting with John Paul Jones over Tayshia.

Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 2019 Nicole Hannah G. ABC

Rose Ceremony #5:

• Demi to Kristian

• JPJ to Tayshia

• Dylan to Hannah

• Clay to Nicole

• Chris to Katie

• Matt to Bri Barnes (Colton’s season)

• Chase to Angela

Eliminated: Blake and Kristina reportedly leave before this rose ceremony. According to Reality Steve, Blake wanted to give a real relationship with Kristina a try, beyond just handing each other roses to stick around. But she ultimately tells him she's not feeling it. Blake is said to leave, and then Kristina follows shortly afterward. Also, apparently no one wanted Luke S.'s rose, perhaps in part because he wouldn't stop talking about his tequila business. Haley reportedly left at some point, either before the rose ceremony or just refused to take Luke S.'s rose. Dean returned at some point and Caelynn left with him, dumping Connor; Dean and Caelynn may still be together by the time you read this. Connor was apparently waiting for Whitney Fransway (Nick’s season) to show up but when she didn't, he left. Then she showed up in Paradise and he was gone. Reality Steve said they (producers, I assume) sent Whitney to Connor's room and they got to spend time together in Mexico; they may still be dating now. No clue how many episodes any of this might play across.

Final couplesInitial splits: John Paul Jones and Tayshia, Matt and Bri, and Chase and Angela broke things off before overnight dates.Overnight dates: Demi and Kristian, Dylan and Hannah, Clay and Nicole, Chris and Katie.Decision Day: Nicole broke up with Clay after the overnight dates.Engagements: Demi and Kristian have Bachelor Nation's first same-sex engagement. Dylan and Hannah G. get engaged. Chris and Katie also get engaged, which is huge for Chris Bukowski since he's basically been on this show forever.

Yes, three engagements. How many of these couples will still be together this time next year? Who might get married with their wedding shown in Season 7 in 2020? We'll see. Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 continues Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. each night on ABC.

Gina Carbone

Gina grew up in Massachusetts and California in her own version of The Parent Trap. She went to three different middle schools, four high schools, and three universities -- including half a year in Perth, Western Australia. She currently lives in a small town in Maine, the kind Stephen King regularly sets terrible things in, so this may be the last you hear from her.