If you’re having withdrawals from last season of The Bachelorette Australia, worry no more – Bachelor in Paradise is about to hit our screens, and it promises to be good.
To satiate you, we’ve done some digging on what to expect from the upcoming reality TV show. Tears? Tantrums? Drama? Of course – but we wouldn’t have it any other way.
When does Bachelor In Paradise Australia air?
The first episode is set to hit our screens in the first half of 2018, according to Channel 10. Though no date has yet been given, we suspect things will be in action by March.
Which Bachelor and Bachelorette cast members are taking part?
So far, Apollo Jackson and Jarrod Woodgate from Sophie Monk’s season are making an appearance, as is Michael Turnball and our personal favourite, Tara Pavlovic. Leah Costa, Ali Oetjen, Jake Ellis, and Megan Marx are also expected to appear on the show.
Things won’t be rosy in paradise however, as Keira Maguire and Laurina Fleure are both set to descend on the island – expect chaos, if earlier seasons are any indication.
Is Sophie Monk going on Bachelor In Paradise?
Sophie Monk will not be attending Bachelor in Paradise – but she has secured a job as the host of Love Island!
How long does Bachelor In Paradise go for?
The American version of the show goes for about 6 weeks, making it shorter than the regular Bachelor and Bachelorette seasons. We’re expecting a similar format for the Australian version.
Where is Bachelor In Paradise filmed?
This season, the lucky contestants get to go to Mango Bay Resort in Fiji. Judging from its website, it looks like the contestants are in for a very nice holiday.
Who is the host of Bachelor in Paradise?
It’s none other than Osher Gunsberg himself.
This article originally appeared on marie claire.