MTV’s The Problem: Conflict of the Worlds 2 hasn’t even begun airing, and already we all know two of its gamers shall be strolling away winners whether or not or not they go away the jungle as champions.
Fan favorites Tori Deal and Jordan Wiseley are engaged — and the proposal occurs someday in the course of the upcoming 34th season of the hit competitors collection.
“Forever baby,” Wiseley, 28, wrote alongside a photograph of the 2 of them on the seaside, posted Tuesday morning on Instagram. “I love you,” Deal, 26, responded.
“I kept a secret from everyone (including production) right up until I thought it was a good time,” Wiseley says in an announcement to MTV.
“I was absolutely shocked,” Deal says. “We had talked about being together forever and getting married, but I had no idea that the proposal was going to happen the way that it did.”
The joyful couple first met in 2017 when the competed on Soiled XXX. Deal, an alum of Are You the One?, was a dominant rookie and made the ultimate, whereas Wiseley, who was on The Actual World: Portland, gained the season (his fourth outing and second win).
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Wiseley, who’s recognized for his confidence, admits he was nervous about popping the query however selected to do it on the present for sentimental causes.
“I was really scared to ask Tori on the show because I know how important a woman’s proposal is,” he says. “But we met because of the show and I knew she would be super surprised.”
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Whereas followers will certainly be eagerly anticipating the large second when Conflict of the Worlds 2 premieres in just a few weeks, Deal and Wiseley are trying even farther forward.
“Right now we do not have a date set but we are looking at Fall of 2020,” Deal says. “We have a lot coming our way in the next year so we are just going to take our time and really enjoy our engagement. We could not be happier to spend the rest of our lives together!”
Us Weekly was the primary to report information of the engagement.
The Problem: Conflict of the Worlds 2 premieres Wednesday, Aug. 28 at eight p.m. on MTV.