This week’s episode of ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise” ended on a shocking note when Chris Bukowski voluntarily left the show due to a leg injury and did the sweetest thing ever: He gave his rose to single mom Michelle Money as a parting gift, extending her stay and her weekly stipend in the Mexican paradise. But the bigger shocker was the promo clip that followed the episode.
On Monday, ABC aired a promo for next week’s two night “Bachelor in Paradise” event. And it looks like things are about to get ugly.
In the upcoming “Bachelor In Paradise” episodes 4 and episode 5, it appears that AshLee Frazier gets rejected at the rose ceremony after she tries to give her rose to Graham Bunn. On this week’s episode, Graham was complaining that AshLee was way ahead of him as far their romance goes. He mentioned that she’s already talking about introducing him to her dad, despite the fact that they hadn’t even gone out on a date or kissed yet.
The new promo clip reveals that AshLee says something to Graham that she should not have said, and Clare Crawley calls her out on it. It then shows AshLee standing alone at the rose ceremony as Graham walks off. The clip also shows someone running off into the woods and a voiceover saying, “She ran out into the jungle to places she shouldn’t be.”
The clip caps off with an ambulance, and Clare saying she wishes things could have been different. Ever the drama stirrer, host Chris Harrison warns of the upcoming two-parter: “Paradise turns into hell… With a shocking ending that everyone will be talking about.” Harrison also asks the question: “How could something so right go so wrong?”
Spoiler king Reality Steve has already posted his spoilers for this season, but he has a bunch of question marks regarding next week’s episode. But after Monday night’s episode he posted an update to RealitySteve.com, reporting that the drama-filled promo is just editing.
"Before AshLee even says Graham’s name at the rose ceremony, Graham walks off set because he feels sick,” Carbone wrote. “He eventually comes back, she asks if he’ll accept her rose, and he does … As for the producers running through the jungle looking for somebody, I don’t know who or what that is, but I honestly don’t think it’s a big deal. I think it’s editing again.”
As for the ambulance scene, Reality Steve previously posted that contestant Lacy Faddoul was taken to the hospital at some point due to either food poisoning or dehydration. He also wrote: “Marcus [Grodd] also had to go to the hospital as well to get stitches on his toe after messing it up. That’s what they’re talking about when you hear someone say ‘there’s so much blood,’ or something to that effect. Marcus’ toe. Not some double homicide like they make it seem with the facial expressions and the eerie music.”
The “Bachelor in Paradise” two-night event airs on Monday, Aug. 25 and Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.