Let’s hope the third time is the charm for Nick Viall. The two-time Bachelorette contestant, who first appeared on Andi’s season before making a late arrival to Kaitlyn’s season, is once again looking for love. Although, this time, he’s searching in a more tropical location.
It looks like paradise is going to be filled with Ben Higgins’ exes.
EW has confirmed the cast for the upcoming third season of Bachelor in Paradise, which was first reported by People. And after leaving a few spots open for any deserving JoJo rejects, the cast features a couple returning faces – both Jared and Carly are back for round two — and a plethora of Ben’s exes, including the twins, Lace, Jubilee, Amanda, and more.
UPDATE: During the Bachelor: The Women Tell All special on March 7, Chris Harrison once again invited Lace Morris to join the third season of Bachelor in Paradise, and this time, she responded, “I would like to go to Bachelor in Paradise.” Sounds like we will see Lace — and her inspirational tattoo — this summer.
EARLIER: Lace Morris has her ticket to Paradise.
It’s the age-old love story: Two people meet on Bachelor in Paradise, fall in love, and get engaged. A few months later, they tie the knot on ABC. What? You haven’t heard that one?
The second season of Bachelor In Paradise drew to a close last night — and it ended with a Neil Lane ring. (Major spoilers ahead, if you haven’t seen last night’s episode.)
After only three weeks together on the beaches of Mexico, Tanner set aside his final rose for Jade, dropping to one knee instead and proposing.
“I love you, Jade, and I want to keep on loving you for the rest of my entire life,” he told her. “Will you make me the happiest man on earth and marry me?”
I’d like to start our final Paradise recap with a question: If you forced Chris Harrison to eliminate either “shocking” or “dramatic” from his vocabulary, which would he choose?
Regardless of the answer, it seems we’ve made it through this season’s “shocking” and “dramatic” moments — Ashley I’s tears, Sam’s lies, and Justin’s sweat — to arrive at the end of paradise, where the women are still hung up on what just happened to Carly, and the men are ready to focus on the fantasy suites (if you ever wondered about differences between the sexes).
I’m going to be honest with you all: This was my favorite episode of Paradise this season, and I say that mostly because it provided the sort of drama that I usually get from Shonda Rhimes’ shows. And if we’re being completely honest, I’m a little heartbroken. Kirk and Carly seemed to be two of the more genuine people on the show, and now I’ve lost all hope in love. (Not really, but it’s certainly not helping things.)
It’s not often that mother nature gets involved in our lives. Most of the time, she keeps to herself, does her own thing, and we all just live in her world. But it’s evident that she couldn’t stand by and watch this Bachelor in Paradise nonsense any longer. So she grabbed a jellyfish and stung Juelia with it, proving that even the best of the paradisers need to make a change in their approach to life. Honestly, if that jellyfish sting isn’t a sign, I don’t know what is.
Well, I have good and bad news heading into our next-to-last week in paradise. The good news is that there are significantly fewer crabs in tonight’s episode. The bad news is that, in their place, there’s even more of Sam and Joe. And at this point, I think I’d prefer the former to haunt my dreams.
We pick up with Joe being a “heartbroken dumb—” about the fact that Sam accepted Justin’s date. But he isn’t a heartbroken dumb— for long—well, at least not the heartbroken part.
Well, if you all thought last night was all about Joe and Sam, I have great news for you: Tonight is all about Joe and Sam. And you know what? Next week will probably be all about Joe and Sam, because clearly, this show hates us.
We pick up in paradise with Tenley teaching Carly about synchronized swimming, which proves two things:
1) This show will air anything that allows them to use a black box. 2) There really isn’t anything to do in paradise.
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