Are Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt from Bachelor in Paradise dating?

Are Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt from Bachelor in Paradise dating?

BACHELOR in Paradise is back with new tropical adventures on August 16, 2021.

Despite that the season has yet to air, Bachelor spoiler king Reality Steve already believes who will end up coupled by the finale.

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Are Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt from Bachelor in Paradise dating?

According to Reality Steve, Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt are one of the three couples that end up engaged on Bachelor in Paradise.

Reality Steve dished about his predictions, saying: “As of now, I know that Kenny & Mari got engaged at the end and so did Riley & Maurissa. 

“Joe and Serena are engaged. So all 3 couples got engaged at the end.”

Joe was a contestant on the Bachelorette’s season 14 but was eliminated in week one.

He was previously dating Kendall Long, another contestant from Bachelor in Paradise.

However, the couple split in January of 2020 for unknown reasons. 

Similarly, Serena was a contestant on Matt James’ season but quit in week eight of the competition.

When does season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise start?

Bachelor in Paradise officially airs on August 16 on ABC.

David Spade was officially named the first Bachelor in Paradise guest host replacement on June 2, 2021, according to Page Six.

Spade, 56, is an American actor, comedian, and TV host.

He was a cast member on Saturday Night Live in the 1990s and has starred in various Hollywood films such as Black Sheep, Joe Dirt, and Grown Ups part one and two.

The actor formerly voiced Ranger Frank in The Rugrats Movie and Kuzco in The Emperor's New Groove animated film.

Longtime host Chris Harrison stepped out of the franchise back in February after coming under fire for "defending" racist remarks.

Bachelor in Paradise will see various guest hosts during the upcoming season, according to ET.

Will Bachelor contestants appear in Bachelor in Paradise?

Many former Bachelor Nation cast members have announced that they've opted out of returning to the franchise.

Matt James, for one, said on The Bill Simmons Podcast that BiP is "not in my cards." 

Bri Springs said on the Here for the Right Reasons podcast that she would "need to see kind of some tangible change from the show in order for me to put myself back in that situation."

Similarly, Ivan Hall, who was a fan favorite on Tayshia Adams' season, told E! News he would not consider Paradise if Harrison was hosting the season.

In a June 30 blog post, Reality Steve noted that about 40 contestants appeared in Bachelor in Paradise 2021. 

However, the blogger was unable to confirm when each contestant was eliminated.

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