If Juan Pablo Galavis’ wild antics on season 18 of The Bachelor left you wanting more, ABC has good news! The network announced its Bachelor spin-off Bachelor in Paradise, which will certainly live up to fans' expectations.
Show insiders are revealing that the show, which starts shooting in late May, will be more like "Temptation Island and less like Bachelor Pad," the insider tells Life & Style.
“They are reaching out to single Bachelor and Bachelorette stars like Jef Holm, Ashlee Frazier, Courtney Robertson and Kalon McMahon to star.”
Bachelor staple Chris Harrison will host the series, which will involve "10 guys and 10 girls," the insider tells Life & Style. "And there won't be challenges or eliminations."