Ever since news came out that "Bachelor in Paradise" had halted their filming the fans wanted to know what this means for carly Waddell and Evan Bass and their big wedding day. It was supposed to happen on "Bachelor in Paradise" on June 17 and then air on the show.

Reality Steve shares what should be happening

Reality Steve is speaking out and sharing what he is hearing about the big wedding. First off, he said that "Bachelor in Paradise" will not be happening at all. The fans hate to hear this news and love this show. He has no idea what will happen with the future of this show either but does know a bit about Carly and Evan's wedding.

He went on to say, "I'm hearing Evan & Carly's wedding is still set for June 17th. How it will be presented on TV since there's no BIP will be interesting." It sounds like they could still end up having the wedding in Mexico as planned, but nobody knows the details.

Steve had already shared that several people from Bachelor Nation would be heading there for the wedding. It would be a bit confusing because they would share on social networks and fans would think they were joining "Bachelor in Paradise." That won't be happening now, but hopefully, they all still get to go to the wedding.

In the past, they have done "Bachelor" weddings as a special that just aired one night. This would be the perfect way to fill in on a Monday night now that they won't have "Bachelor in Paradise" airing.

Hopefully, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass will get an entire night for their big wedding special. The fans would love to see it go down like that, but for now, they will just have to wait and see what ABC decides to do about it. It sounds like the wedding will go on!

Fans want Evan and Carly to share details

So far, Carly and Evan aren't sharing a thing on their social networks.

Fans have been stalking them, and they are staying quiet. They also hadn't been talking about the wedding like it was supposed to be a secret and nobody should know the details.

They are still posting on their social networks, but aren't saying anything about the wedding. The fans are just going to have to wait and see if anything comes out on their wedding day.

Are you shocked to hear that "Bachelor in Paradise" won't be airing at all this summer? Do you think that Carly and Evan should get a special for their wedding? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss the new episodes of "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights with Rachel Lindsay.