Resort to Love : Erica (Christina Milian), a promising pop singer, has her ambitions dashed when a listening party turns into a fancy party. Her best friend Amber (Tymberlee Hill), heartbroken from a broken engagement and despondent after the catastrophic party, gets her a job as a lounge singer in a resort in Mauritius.
She unexpectedly runs into her ex-fiance Jason (Jay Pharoah) there, and even more unexpectedly, she finds that he is getting married at the 5-star resort, and she will be performing at his wedding. She tries to save a drowning guy on a beach in Mauritius, but is instead rescued by Caleb (Sinqua Walls), a retired Marine who is attending his brother’s wedding. Between Erica and Caleb, sparks fly. Erica, on the other hand, is shocked to find that Caleb and Jason are brothers.
Here is the Resort to Love ending explained in detail
Beverly is whisked away from the resort as the wedding is cancelled and the commotion escalates, but Erica manages to get onto the same van. Erica informs Beverly that Jason adores her and that being at the same vacation resort is the furthest thing from their minds. She insists that Beverly marry the guy of her dreams, claiming that she and Jason were not meant to be together. Erica is letting go while also coming to terms with her feelings.
As a result, the wedding takes place; Jason and Beverly marry, and Erica sings at the ceremony after finally finding closure. She’s at ease and content. She comes over to Caleb and kisses him after singing the main wedding song for the newlyweds – perhaps Erica did find love after all. It’s a little strange that it’s Jason’s brother, but it’s something we can overlook.
What Happens to Erica’s Music Career with Cre?
Erica is told by her friend and advisor Amber, just before she leaps from a cliff with Caleb, that the megastar artist who let her down months ago has come out of hibernation and plans to release a new album. Prior to the arrival of Mauritius, there was a period of transition. Erica, Amber’s friend, would have been thrilled with delight at the possibility of having even a remote chance of becoming a famous musician. She now informs Amber that she’s preoccupied with other things right now (which turns out to be having a good time in the sea) and that more opportunities will present themselves when they need to.
Erica’s evolving sentiments towards her music profession, like her approach to relationships, show how much she’s changed. She appears to be enjoying life rather than continually worrying about how much she’s given up to get to where she is. Her ambivalence toward Cre demonstrates how she’s progressed from allowing people who don’t care about her to govern her life, and it’s easy to see comparisons between the music megastar who destroyed her hopes of stardom and Jason, who broke her heart.
Erica is probably still singing at the resort, despite the fact that she hasn’t said so (she was broke, after all, and needs a job). However, because the position is seasonal and only lasts four months, she will most certainly leave shortly, though it is unclear if she will stay in Mauritius or return to the United States. The film intentionally or unintentionally keeps these details vague in order to highlight how our leading lady has learned to live in the moment.