The voting system will change as of Monday night.
The guesses range from A-list celebrities like Lady Gaga to a Trump employee.
"We realized the relationship was moving really quickly. We almost skipped over those beginning of relationship steps, like really getting to know each other."
"It's kind of bizarre! Always ready to harp on anything negative about me!"
Judge Julianne Hough debuted a new single, the Detroit Youth Choir won hearts, and Kodi Lee won it all.
"Had an eventful evening with some new friends indeed!"
Peter Weber isn't handing out the roses until next year, but the drama has already begun.
"I feel a certain type of way about this because Peter is half Cuban."
More than romance was in the air as the show concluded.
Paradise doesn't last forever.
From engagements to breakups, and further drama, here are the biggest takeaways from Tuesday's finale.
Three couples are said to be engaged. Are Hannah and Dylan among them?
Fans expected to see the series end on Monday, but the show didn't air.
The highest score of the night was 21 out of 30, and the lowest was 11 out of 30.
The show premieres on Monday night.
The finale isn't far away, but has been pushed back by another premiere.
A famous daughter will replace her mother after a broken arm.
Her mother, Christie Brinkley, can't compete because of a broken arm.
"We got a lot of complaints," said judge Carrie Ann Inaba, and "we listened."
"I don't get her, she seems to flip flop more than any other person I've ever seen."
Some viewers have already expressed disappointment.
"I mean, I heard that they were turning people down," says panelist Jenny McCarthy. "When you have to turn people down that's a true sign of success."
"I need to look in my own soul and focus on being the best Larissa I can be," the reality star wrote on Instagram.
"She went from being an odd little child to just a mean, hateful narcissist," a acquaintance tells Investigation Discovery in a new clip shared exclusively with Newsweek.
The eldest Chrisley kid opened up on family drama and the media scrutiny she's faced in a sneak peak of her next "Coffee Convos" podcast episode.
Three couples parted ways on Tuesday night's episode.
Three couples are said to be engaged, but one has big problems.
"I don't know if maybe she's lacking physical touch from me, and so she's going to get it from somewhere else, but I don't think that that's fair."
"Sometimes I question why things happened the way they happened, but there's so much good that came out of the experience."
Three engagements are expected at the end of the season.