Season 7 of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ starts on ABC: ‘Hearts are certainly shattered,’ says the narrator.
"Bachelor in Paradise" is returning after a two-year break, and the cast promises a thrilling journey.
“Bachelor in Paradise” is returning after a two-year break, and the cast promises a thrilling journey.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — After a two-year break, it’s time to return to Bachelor Nation’s favorite beach. On Monday, twenty-three hopefuls began their search for love in a tropical paradise in Mexico, with more arrivals expected throughout the season.
“They haven’t been allowed to leave their home or go on Tinder dates, just like everyone else who has been living through this epidemic,” Wells Adams said on the red carpet at the season 7 premiere in Santa Monica, CA. “There’s a lot of bottled-up sexual resentment… and it really comes out in paradise, and it’s lovely.”
Adams’ responsibilities now include “master of rose ceremonies” in addition to his job as paradise’s bartender. David Spade, Tituss Burgess, Lance Bass, and Lil Jon will share hosting responsibilities this season with Adams.
Connor Brennan, who participated in Katie Thurston’s season of “The Bachelorette,” stated, “It’s not only going to live up to expectations, it’s going to blast them out of the water.”
“While shooting, many, if not most, individuals reach their breaking point.”
Tre Cooper, who was also a part of Thurston’s season, hinted that there would be “a lot of dramatic scenarios” and that “every episode will be crazy.”
Fans who have been following the rivalry from past seasons will be able to watch it unfold onscreen once again. Aaron Clancy and Thomas Jacobs shown fighting head-to-head in the season 7 sneak peek, continuing their spat from Thurston’s season of “The Bachelorette.”