After a prolonged pause, the time has finally come to talk about Bachelor in Paradise season seven. Bachelor Nation hasn’t enjoyed a beach vacay filled with messy makeouts and unexpected couples since 2019, but there’s good news RN. Bachelor in Paradise is officially coming back for a new season on August 16, 2021. There will be a whole new crop of bikini-clad Bachelor and Bachelorette rejects starting drama at a tropical resort (or at least, a COVID-safe bubble).
ABC producers and crew have now proved a global pandemic cannot stop The Bachelor or The Bachelorette. Filming went pretty darn smoothly for the last two seasons. That’s all great news for the next season of Bachelor in Paradise, which is set to film this summer.
The questions are surely bubbling up (who? where? and when?) so here’s everything you need to know to prepare for Bachelor in Paradise in 2021:
When does Bachelor in Paradise start filming?
The cameras, crew, and contestants are scheduled to start filming in June 2021. Reality Steve shared the news in a spoiler blog post, noting that filming will take place in between Katie Thurston and Michelle Young’s upcoming seasons of The Bachelorette.
“Bachelor in Paradise will film per usual in June at a location that hasn’t been announced yet and will begin airing after Katie’s season is done airing, per usual,” Steve wrote.
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Who’s going to be on Bachelor in Paradise?
ABC hasn’t announced the full cast, yet. However, ABC exec Rob Mills decided to give fans some happy news and confirmed that Dr. Joe Park, who competed on Tayshia Adams and Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette, will be on the show. Tbd if the rest of his buds from season 16 will join him on the beach.
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