Break out the champagne, because Bachelor Nation is going to be making a few toasts tonight.

As Bachelor in Paradise's third season comes to an end, there are four couples still together: Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton, Evan Bass and Carly Waddell, Nick Viall and Jen Saviano, and Grant Kemp and Lace Morris. But will any of them follow in Jade and Tanner's footsteps last season and get engaged?

Chris Harrison spoke with reporters prior to the filming of the finale, and predicted which couples would get engaged. "I don't want to be a greedy person, so I'm going to say three," the longtime host said. "Three out of four ain't bad!" Hey, the man knows his stuff after all this seasons!

He also weighed in on each of the final four couple's journeys throughout their whirlwind stay in Mexico. 

Carly and Evan: Calling them the "most surprising couple" this season, Harrison is really rooting for the pair, especially after Carly was devastated over her break-up with Kirk last season.

"I would love to see this whole thing end in a proposal for her," Harrison said of Carly. "I really want this to work out."

Grant and Lace: "They're just sex on a plate," Harrison said of this "hot" pairing. And although they had some fights, Harrison assured us that the couple is solid. "They get along great, they make each other laugh."

Josh and Amanda: "You know those people on top of wedding cakes? That's Josh and Amanda," Harrison gushed of Andi Dorfman's ex-fiancee and the single mom from Ben Higgins' season. "They're too perfect," he said, adding, "I hope they get together and make more babies."

And Harrison said Josh is ready to be a step-father to Amanda's two young daughters, saying he's "a good man" and  the couple seems "phenomenal," especially after they were "tested" this season...especially by the allegations made by Andi in her tell-all book. 

Nick and Jen: Of course, we chatted with Harrison before the huge reveal that Nick will be the next Bachelor. "I like Nick, he's a good guy...and he means well and he is that lovable loser that always finishes in second!" Oh, how things have changed for the two-time Bachelorette finalist!

Of Nick's relationship with Jen, Harrison said they are good "because they had their eye on each other before they came on the show." Hm...doesn't exactly sound like the stuff fairy tales are made of, right?

To hear more BIP scoop and predictions from Harrison, watch the videos above.

Bachelor in Paradise airs tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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