Our new favorite show is probably Paradise Hotel, because we enjoy dissociating from urban life and astral projecting into paradise just as much as everyone. And no setting looks as calm or ripe for drama as Baja Sur in Mexico. Though, according to FOX and hostess Kristen Cavallari, Paradise Hotel thinks of itself as much more than a reality competition show.
Anyway, it's hard to keep track of who's still in Paradise and who went home, considering how many contestants are on to begin with. So keep reading and bookmark this page, we'll be updating all season.
So, who went home on Paradise Hotel so far?
Unfortunately, contestant Deiondra Sanders packed her bags on the first week. Which is a shame because we were early fans of this "hairline company" owner and *shhhh* daughter of a football champion Neon Deion, AKA Deion Sanders.
But Twitter was less than happy with the fact that the only woman of color was voted off the show first. "When the only black person went home... Me debating if I still want to watch it," wrote one skeptical fan. "I'm not gonna lie, I knew the only black person would go home," added another.
The first hunk to arrive to Paradise has sadly left the premises and fans were devastated to watch him go. "I can't believe Hans went home," wrote one fan on Twitter. "I feel like Hans should have stayed," wrote another. Sadly, only one couple will remain!
Nicole wasn't part of the OG group of contestants who entered Paradise, because this show moves super quickly. She came, she saw, she got immunity, and then... she got kicked off of the show. "Where was her immunity?" one fan asked on Twitter. It doesn't seem to have meant much...
Who's still left on Paradise Hotel?
Things are really heating up at Paradise Hotel this week, and tonight's episode will be many things — but boring will not be one of them. Kendall G. has been playing her cards right, as has Tatum, who's still in the running to win.
Carlos is also still around, though fans don't think he's very gentlemanly. David and Bobby Ray are still around, though viewers "wouldn't mind" if they both went home.
Don't miss out on Paradise Hotel to see who else stays and who else is made to leave the lavish Baja Sur residence. Although the show is now only airing once a week, that gives us more time to process what's going on — we're pretty sure we prefer this to the three nights a week that it initially aired on.
New episodes of Paradise Hotel, hosted by Kristin Cavallari, air Thursdays at 8 p.m. on FOX.