Fans of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” have been anxiously awaiting to hear details about the new reality series “Bachelor in Paradise.” The cast of the new series will feature former contestants from both shows. Spoilers are beginning to get leaked revealing several of the cast members. Reality Steve went to his blog on Tuesday to share some information with fans regarding “Bachelor in Paradise.”
It is rumored that there will be 10 girls and 10 guys on the show. Nobody knows if they will be eliminated or if they will remain on the show for the entire season. Right now it appears the following women will be cast for “Bachelor in Paradise.” In parentheses it will reveal what season they are from. They are, Lucy Aragon (Juan Pablo’s season), Clare Crawley (Juan Pablo), Danielle Ronco (Juan Pablo), Amy Long (Juan Pablo), Michelle Money (Brad 2.0, Bachelor Pad 2), AshLee Frazier (Sean Lowe),Sarah Herron (Sean Lowe).
The men who are rumored to be cast members are Marquel Martin (Andi), Dylan Petitt (Andi), Cody Sattler (Andi), Marcus Grodd (Andi), Chris Bukowski (Emily, Bachelor Pad 3), Ben Scott (Desiree), Zack Kalter (Desiree), Robert Graham (Desiree), Kalon McMahon (Emily, Bachelor Pad 3), Graham Bunn (DeAnna, Bachelor Pad 2).
In addition to the above cast names thrown around, Wet Paint revealed on Wednesday that Jesse Kovacs will be joining them. He was on The Bachelorette Season 5 and Bachelor Pad Season 1. They also revealed rumors that talks are going on with a few other former fan favorites including Tierra LiCausi and Lindzi Cox.
Reality Steve has already mentioned that a house has been rented out for the 20 contestants in Tulum, Mexico. Filming is said to begin next week around June 3. Nobody knows for certain what to expect on this new series. Information so far has been kept pretty quiet about how it will all go down.
“Bachelor in Paradise” is scheduled to begin airing on ABC the week following Andi Dorfman’s season of “The Bachelorette” 2014. Right now the schedule is indicating episode one will air Aug. 4. In the meantime don’t miss “The Bachelorette” on Monday nights on ABC.