Drama is taking over the beach! In an exclusive promotion for the upcoming seventh season of Bachelor in Paradise, no one is safe from the emotional roller coaster of the reality series.
“This beach has had two quiet years,” begins the voice-over, referring to the almost two-year hiatus of the program in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Well sorry, beach! Bachelor in Paradise it’s back, and when your Bachelor Nation favorites roam the arena, the drama comes in waves. “
The promo features shirtless men, screaming women, sipping champagne, multiple make-out sessions and loads of tears as the first 23 singles hit the Mexican beach.
“This is what dreams are made of,” said Ivan Hall, who appeared on the season of Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams. High school it says in the clip.
Elsewhere in the clip, Aaron Clancy and Karl Smith rekindle their feud from Katie Thurston’s season of High schoolwhile his co-star, Connor Brennan, makes out with Peter Weber’s ex, Maurissa Gunn.
All of that leads Colton Underwood’s ex, Tahzjuan Hawkins, to wonder: “Who knows Paradise could it be so crazy? “
The next season of Paradise It will be unlike any other as it comes after Chris Harrison’s departure from the franchise following his racist controversy.
In place of Chris, Wells Adams, who previously served as Paradise bartender, will take on an expanded role, serving as the Master of Cocktails and Ceremonies. Additionally, the season will feature celebrity guest presenters such as Lance Bass, Lil Jon, Tituss Burgess, and David Spade.
When ET spoke to Wells about the upcoming season earlier this month, he said it will have a “different vibe” than it did in the past.
“I think a really fun trip awaits everyone, and then I’ll be there for therapy sessions and drinks,” Wells continued. “… I’m excited that everyone can go back and walk through the gates of Paradise. We had to take a break last year, which was a bummer, because I really love helping to do the show, and I think America really loves coming to the gates and going down the stairs with us. So I’m happy he’s back. “
Season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise will premiere on August 16 on ABC. Until then, ET has you covered for the entire Katie season of High school with summaries, interviews and exclusives. Take a look at all of our Bachelorette party coverage for the latter.