The first round of cast members for the next Australian season of Bachelor In Paradise have been announced, promising for a drama-filled series in 2019.
Brooke Blurton and Cassandra Wood have been confirmed to appear on the show, in what appears to be a sign they’re ready to rebound from Honey Badger heartbreak and find love again within the Bachelor/Bachelorette family.
“Bachelor favourites Cass & Brooke are heading to Paradise #BachelorInParadiseAU Coming in 2019,” read a statement on the show’s official Instagram account following Network Ten’s Upfronts event on Wednesday night.
The TV channel also confirmed The Bachelor would be returning in 2019, after Nick Cummins made headlines for choosing no one in the grand finale this year.
Neither Brooke or Cass, who placed third and fourth on the show respectively, have commented on social media about their involvement in Bachelor In Paradise.
This year’s season of the show produced four happy couples at the end: Jarrod and Keira, Megan and Jake, Ali and Grant, and Tara and Sam who ended up engaged.
However less than a year later, all four pairs called time on their reality romance.
Ali Oetjen, who also starred on Bachelor In Paradise, is now giving TV love another go as The Bachelorette.
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