Bachelor In Paradise: New art promises sizzling summer season

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The new key art for the latest season of Bachelor in Paradise promises a summer filled with sizzling romance. Pic credit: ABC

New art for Bachelor in Paradise promises a sizzling summer season of play for returning Bachelor and Bachelorette favorites as they search for love in a tropical setting.

Some of these favorites from Bachelor Nation are ready for a second (or third) chance at finding love.

While many of these reality stars may have left their respective seasons brokenhearted, they have the opportunity to travel to a romantic paradise in hopes of turning a potential summer fling into the real thing.

The new promo image depicts a profile of a couple holding hands on the beach. They appear to have removed their bathing suits, as evidenced by their clothing on the sand in the foreground of the snap.

They partake in a romantic sunset stroll in the distance.

The tagline? “Drop everything. It’s back.”

What can viewers expect this season?

Season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise will feature a rotating lineup of celebrity co-hosts, who have stepped in to vacate the spot left by former show host Chris Harrison.

These will include comedian David Spade, rapper Lil Jon, former *NSYNC member Lance Bass, actor Tituss Burgess, and franchise favorite Wells Adams.

Wells will not only remain as the bartender who knows all, but will also preside over all the rose ceremonies.

Wells Adams calls this season of Bachelor In Paradise ‘insane’

In an interview with Becca Kufrin and Tayshia Adams for the podcast Bachelor Happy Hour, Wells dished on the upcoming season.

“What happens this season is insane, and I can’t believe it happened,” Wells spilled. “I think that everyone is going to lose their minds when they see what went down. I know that sounds so grandiose, but it was true.”

“A bunch of stuff happens, but there was one thing that happens where I’m just like, at the time, I was just like, ‘Oh my God.’ This season is going to be litty kitty in the city!” he explained.

Wells was happy for the show to return after last season was put on hold in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Dude, we have been dealt such a crap hand this year. The world needs this crazy, silly, funny show again,” he said. “The earth is healing now that ‘Paradise’ is [back].”

Bachelor in Paradise begins Monday, August 16 at 8/7c on ABC.

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