‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Cancellation Results in Major Spoilers for Rachel’s Season

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Photos of the Bachelor in Paradise cast leaving Mexico means that the number of suitors vying for Rachel Lindsay’s heart is dwindling down.

While the initial cast of BIP 4 was officially announced by ABC, fans know that more guys and gals are introduced throughout the season. As for Rachel’s cast, only DeMario — who was sent home in episode 2 and again when he decided to show his face in episode 3 — was part of the group. However, pictures of the cast heading home contain major spoilers for who is heading home soon from the Bachelor Mansion.


A picture posted by a fan with a slew of the cast the airport in Mexico shows a ton of names that weren’t on the initial list of contestants: Sarah Vendal (Nick Viall’s season), Astrid Loch (Nick Viall’s season), and Jack Stone (Rachel’s season).

Iggy Rodriguez, who hasn’t been eliminated from Rachel’s season) also shared a photo on his Instagram story. Also featured in the snap is Derek Peth, who was on ABC’s official list of confirmed Paradise competitors, and Diggy Moreland, another one of Rachel’s current suitors. The fact that the three of them are together points to them all being in Mexico together.

Robby Hayes and Nick Benvenutti, two confirmed Paradisers, were also featured in Jack Stone’s Instagram story.

What this means? Well, don’t get too attached — because it seems that Rachel didn’t. If these guys are in Paradise, that means they likely didn’t get the final rose on The Bachelorette.

It goes without saying that spoilers for the current season of The Bachelorette are nothing compared to the severity of what allegedly happened that caused filming of Bachelor in Paradise to stop. To read more about what’s going on, check out our story with the latest updates.

Check out some of the reactions to the Bachelor in Paradise cancellation from former cast members below.

Wells Adams:

Taylor Nolan: 

Raven Gates:



Leah Block: 

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Caila Quinn:

Clare Crawley:

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