‘Bachelor In Paradise’ 2021: The Cast, The Schedule, and More

No matter what, we’ll be able to spend the summer and fall of 2021 living vicariously through a group of very photogenic twentysomethings as they chug tropical drinks and attempt to fall in love with each other. That’s right, folks: Bachelor in Paradise is back! The seventh season premiered on ABC on Monday, August 16, and is hosted by a range of celebrity comedians—David Spade, Tituss Burgess, Lance Bass, and Lil Jon—in lieu of Chris Harrison; bartender and Bachelor alum Wells Adams has been promoted to as “master of ceremonies.” (If you want to find out exactly what goes down, check out our guide to Bachelor in Paradise 2021 spoilers.)

The series, which boasts A-list superfans like Jennifer Aniston and Daniel Radcliffe, was forced to take a year off in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the powers that be over at ABC scrambled to bring the no-holds-barred Bachelor spinoff back in time for the summer of 2021. The 2021 season is expected to have more contestants than any previous editions of the franchise, and you know what that means—more drama than ever before. “Of all the five seasons I’ve done in Paradise, the craziest stuff happens on this season,” Wells Adams told the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast. “I think no one is going to expect what happens.”

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