Victoria Fuller got Engaged on Paradise to This Contestant From Gabby’s Season

Victoria Fuller, the Bachelor ‘villain’ from Peter Weber’s season, is currently starring in this season of Bachelor In Paradise.

The former Bachelor contestant appears to stir up trouble everywhere she goes.

And this time, she’s going to leave the reality show engaged!

Victoria Fuller, who arrived in Bachelor in Paradise during episode 2, surprised the Bachelor fans with her arrival.

“Nobody’s more surprised that I’m back here than me,” Victoria told the cameras at the end of episode 1. “But, here I am.”

In the beginning, she had her sights set on Justin Glaze. “I think Justin is really, really cool,” she said. “I feel like with him, there could be potential for something really fun.”

But that’s NOT who she ends up with.

[SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers from this season of Bachelor in Paradise]

So, which contestant from Gabby Windey’s season of the Bachelorette won Victoria’s heart?

Victoria Fuller got engaged to Gabby’s finalist..

Johnny DePhillipo!

They left Mexico as an engaged couple.

Johnny and Victoria appear to be a match made in BIP heaven

We’ll have to wait for the Bachelor in Paradise re-union special to find out if they’re still together or not!

After starring in Peter Webers season, Victoria has dated a couple of Bachelor contestants. Former Bachelor Chris Soules being one of them.

“I think he’s an amazing man. I just think that like right now, I’m in such a different place than he is,” Victoria said after their break up. “And I’m not moving to Iowa anytime soon.”

“So I just want to focus on me. It’s been so much about other people this year that I just really wanna like hone in on what I want to accomplish and like what I want to get out of this year and looking forward to my career in the future.”

She also dated singer Chase Rice, who appeared on her season of the Bachelor with Peter Weber.

It was one of the most awkward moments in Bachelor history.

The devil works hard, but The Bachelor producers work harder.