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When Was the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Reunion Filmed?

When Was the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Reunion Filmed? #Bachelor #Paradise #Reunion #Filmed. Here is what we have for you today on TmZ Blog.

When Was the Bachelor in Paradise Reunion Filmed

OK, now for the good! Most surprisingly, Kira and Romeo are still together. (Truly didn’t see that coming.) Also, Jill and Jacob got back together!

Michael and Danielle are very happy, and we couldn’t be happier for them! Danielle is moving to Akron, Ohio and has met Michael’s son multiple times. Michael even told her he loved her for the first time at the reunion.

Serene and Brandon got engaged and are truly the cutest, most endearing thing to ever come out of Bachelor in Paradise. (Or the most cringe-worthy, depending on who you ask.) If they don’t make it, then there is truly no hope for the rest of us.

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