Summer is just around the corner and that means it’s almost time for another season of Bachelor in Paradise. So who’s getting another shot at love? So far executive producer Mike Fleiss has only confirmed Ashley Salter, the onion lover from The Bachelor season 19. However its seems that other ladies from Chris Soules’ season are eager to pack their bags and head to Paradise as well.
Kelsey Poe, also known as the Black Widow of The Bachelor season 19, told E! News that a trip to Paradise is something she might be open to. “After this long road of the ups and downs of being on The Bachelor, I might need to go on a vacation,” she said.
Carly Waddell, the cruise ship singer who got an earful from the other ladies during the Women Tell All, doesn’t seem to have reservations when it comes to signing up for Bachelor in Paradise. “I obviously didn’t find my soul mate, so I’m still looking for him,” she told Dallas Morning News. “I think [the show] absolutely can work and it’s been proven to work, so why not?”
Ashley Iaconetti, also known as the other virgin from season 19, is another possible contender for Bachelor in Paradise. When a follower on Twitter said, “Officially so f–king sick of Arlington. Is bachelor in paradise set there too?” She responded “Hear it’s in the Badlands.” – a reference to her infamous two-on-one date where she was rejected.
Megan Bell, who quit in week 6 of season 19, retweeted a fan campaigning for her to join Bachelor in Paradise.
On the other hand, Becca Tilley, the runner-up of season 19, is definitely not looking for love in Paradise. “I don’t know if I would be a good fit…It’s an even more rushed process,” she said. “There are some really great people that have found love on there, but I don’t know if it would be something I would be able to find love. If it didn’t happen in two months I don’t think a shorter amount of time would be right for me.”
Who do you want to see on Bachelor in Paradise? Who do you think will be a good match with these ladies?
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