BACHELOR In Paradise will feature Sarah Hyland and fiancé Wells Adams as guest hosts, The Sun can reveal.
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Wells Adams and Sarah Hyland will co-host the upcoming Bachelor In Paradise season[/caption]
The former Bachelorette contestant became a fan-favorite as BIP’s bartender for three years[/caption]
According to an ABC insider, Sarah, 30, and Wells will be “co-hosting part of the season.”
“With the rotating style they’re doing, they were both a natural fit since they are already loved by fans.
“Wells is a Paradise vet too and will be a great host since he knows how the process works,” the source added.
The actress, most famous for her Modern Family role, first began dating the Monterey, CA native in 2017.
Wells famously served as the Bachelor In Paradise bartender for three seasons[/caption]
The former contestant gave advice to the other suitors while making their drinks[/caption]
Wells was eliminated as a Paradise contestant following his split from Ashley Iaconetti[/caption]
After two years of dating, they got engaged in July 2019 however, due to the pandemic, their original August 2020 wedding was postponed.
Wells was first cast as a contestant on the 12th season of The Bachelorette starring JoJo fletcher but was eliminated in week six.
He then appeared on the third season of Bachelor In Paradise but was once again eliminated in week six.
However, he made a triumphant return to the series as the show’s bartender for the fourth, fifth and sixth seasons.
In 2019, Wells got down on one knee and proposed to the Modern Family actress[/caption]
The couple originally had their wedding set for August 2020 but postponed due to the pandemic[/caption]
Bachelor super fan Sarah and Wells began dating in 2017[/caption]
Instead, a group of celebrities will rotate at guest hosts, which will also include comedian David Spade.
David has proven to be familiar with The Bachelor franchise, as she regularly posts about the shows on Twitter and Instagram.
Sources told the outlet that David was chosen to replace Chris because he’s a superfan.
The Joe Dirt actor has built a cult following among fellow fans due to his hilarious commentary about the show, which he often shares on his Instagram account.
David Spade will reportedly be guest hosting the upcoming season of Bachelor In Paradise[/caption]
After being the show’s ONLY host, Chris Harrison stepped back from on-camera duties[/caption]
The insider explained that David is a perfect fit to fill the role, stating: “The producers want to put some fun in the show. They think it’s become too serious.”
In addition to regularly posting about the show on social media, the 56-year-old actor opened up his love for the franchise while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The new season of Bachelor in Paradise will begin airing on ABC on August 16.
Chris Harrison will NOT be hosting Bachelor In Paradise for the first time in history[/caption]
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Chris, 49, previously announced he was stepping down from the show after he found himself in the middle of a racism scandal.