It's already been announced that Nick Viall is going to be the next Bachelor, but fans are still watching his relationship with Jen Saviano play out on Bachelor In Paradise, and on Monday night, things got even more dramatic.
Saviano raised the stakes of the pair’s ill-fated romance during the first night of the Bachelor In Paradise finale, when she admitted that she was "in love" with Viall, just before the two shared a steamy overnight date.
However, it doesn't sound like Viall was feeling quite the same thing, admitting to the Paradise cameras, "I do love Jen as a person but I don't know if I'm in love with Jen... Yet."
ET's Lauren Zima spoke with Saviano earlier this summer, where she opened up about being uncertain about her future with Viall. When asked if she'd want him to propose during the BIP finale, Saviano shared, "We're just not there yet."
"I'm very happy with where we're at, I just don't know if it's enough right now," she added. "Certainly not enough for an engagement."
However, two other lovebirds in Paradise seem to be pretty confident in their relationship. Grant Kemp and Lace Morris took a big step on Monday when they got matching tattoos celebrating their love for one another.
The pair took the permanent plunge, getting "Grace" (a combination of their first names) tattooed across their wrists. At least this way, if they should ever breakup, they'll just have a word tattooed on their body, instead of a specific name.
"I love this girl so much!" Grant gushed, as he got their couple nickname – again, a word that conveniently has another meaning – inked on his wrist.
The second part of Bachelor In Paradise's two-night finale kicks off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
Recently, a source spoke to ET about Viall and Saviano's break-up, explaining that they were "never an official couple where a breakup was even needed," and "are still close friends." Check out the video below to hear more.