After a second night of dancing, two couples landed in the bottom two, leaving the decision up to the judges to decide who would go home and who would stay.
"I just hope that Miles isn't compromising so much that he ends up not getting what he wants and needs out of his marriage," Woody says after hearing of Miles' latest dispute with Karen in the latest "MAFS" sneak peek.
He said there's a lot of pressure to represent the LGBTQ+ community well.
"He punched me in the face and gave me a swollen nose," Collin Gosselin wrote on Instagram.
"And she loves people even if they abuse her," Underwood said of ABC interviewing Randolph.
"Inside the BB house reflects society's failures," he said on Twitter.
Memphis Garrett took things even further.
As for her friend and castmate Olivia, it's taking a little bit more time for her to feel attracted to her husband, Brett.
They haven't looked too far ahead, at least in the public's view.
"6 years LATER and I know WHO is the Juan that can't get OVER Juan," he tweeted.
Nicole already uninvited her on the show.
Their relationship had been publicly rocky since June.
This is the second time a fan has yelled into the house.
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Both Janelle and Kayser were fan favorites this season and in seasons past.
Some of Bachelor Nation is sick of the age jokes.
Fans are begging the network to save their favorite contestant.
One of the agents is being called "Karen" already.
That is, if Netflix greenlights a fourth season of "Selling Sunset."
"What a journey this has been," Medley said of her time on the Bravo series in an Instagram post.
The live feeds captured the wild moment and now fans are speculating about what exactly was said.
Janelle and Kayser are facing elimination. Could the Veto change that?
After Brett's behavior at the grooms' bachelor party earlier in the season, Christina might be right to raise concerns.
Christine Quinn may have spilled all the beans about "Selling Sunset" Season 4.
Two other people are currently on the block.
He'll need to name two people today.
The houseguests seem to have their minds made up.
"Women who build each other up are my tribe," Stause wrote in an Instagram Stories post on Wednesday.
"You really think I'm not an All-Star? Really?"
"For a lot of my childhood there were, like, long periods where I would just obsess over mortality," Bennett tells his new wife Amelia in a sneak peek of the latest episode of "MAFS."