'Bachelor in Paradise' Stars Evan Bass, Carly Waddell Marry

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Evan Bass and Carly Waddell from The Bachelor on the red carpet for Unlikely Heroes hosts, Night of Freedom, A Tribute to the Legend George Michael at City Winery Nashville on May 2, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Bachelor in Paradise stars Evan Bass and Carly Waddell got married over the weekend.

The 34-year-old erectile dysfunction specialist and 31-year-old aspiring singer, who starred on Season 3, tied the knot Saturday outside Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, according to TMZ.

Bass appeared to confirm the news by tagging a photo at the Grand Luxxe hotel in Nuevo Vallarta. The picture shows Bass and Waddell gazing into each other's eyes during Bass' proposal on the Season 3 finale.

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"I love love," the star captioned the snapshot.

E! News reported Bachelor host Chris Harrison officiated the wedding ceremony. Kaitlyn Bristowe, Jade Roper, Tanner Tolbert, Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi were among the Bachelor and Bachelorette alums in attendance.

Bass and Waddell competed on The Bachelorette Season 12 and The Bachelor Season 19 before starring on Bachelor in Paradise. Bass voiced his support for Bachelor in Paradise in a column for The Hollywood Reporter published Saturday following the show's recent scandal.

"Bachelor in Paradise is my show," Bass wrote. "When the news about Paradise production broke the internet, it also broke my heart. While to some it's a silly TV show, for me, it was an experience that changed my life in unimaginable ways."

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'As a woman, this is my worst nightmare and it has now become my reality,' says Olympios of her 'Bachelor in Paradise' experience.

"I truly believe in the show and its production staff. They are all good people who work harder than anyone I've ever met and are genuinely fighting for love, and a great story. I believe I have one of the most epic love stories of any reality TV love, and I don't want those stories to end," he explained.

"I pray for peace and healing to begin and personal growth for all. And Paradise must come back, if not this season, then next season," the star said. "Love always wins, and I trust in Paradise."

By Annie Martin

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.