The Bachelor In Paradise cast has just been announced and holy shit, it’s going to be one spicy season in paradise.
Our two favourite men from Angie Kent’s season (sorry Carlin) Ciarran Stott and Timm Hanly are heading to paradise, alongside Jamie Doran who didn’t quite manage to win Angie’s (or Australia’s) heart.
As we all kind of expected, Abbie Chatfield is back in the spotlight this season after losing Matt Agnew’s final rose to Chelsie Macleod in last season’s Bachie.
We’ve also got Brittany Hockley from Nick Cummin’s season, who was one of the two finalists who BOTH lost out in the season finale in what went down as the wildest Bachie final of all time.
I’m predicting an Abbie/Ciarran love affair, but I also wouldn’t be surprised if she ends up with Timm in a spicy twist that we all *probably* saw coming.
Thanks to a 2019 interview with Daily Mail, we already know at least some of the BIP couples stay together outside of paradise, which makes this season all the more spicy.
“We’re really comfortable with how that’s landed and the love that’s come out of it, at the end,” Network Ten’s Head of Programming, Daniel Monaghan said. “You know, we love the drama, but to have love at the end of it as well is really refreshing.”
Honestly, what more could you want? All of your favourites from the last few seasons of The Bachelor/The Bachelorette are all heading to Paradise together to find love and give us the drama-filled season we’ve all been waiting for.
We’ve got no word on exactly when this season of Bachelor in Paradise will be hitting our screens, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated as soon as we’ve got more details.
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