‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Season 4 Potential Cast; When Does The New Season Premiere?

The most anticipated Bachelor In Paradise Season 4 is going to hit the small screen in the month of August. The filming of this reality show is likely to take place in Mexico. But very few contestants have been confirmed to appear so far.

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The Bachelor Season 21 runner-up Raven Gates is set to appear in Season 4. So far she is the only confirmed cast member. Meanwhile, speculations are rife that a lot of contestants from the previous seasons’ Bachelor and Bachelorette might be heading to find love on the show.

Potential Cast Members

It will not be a surprise to see James McCoyTaylor (The Bachelorette Season 12 contestant) in Bachelor In Paradise. He has dropped this hint in a tweet where he says, “Lord have mercy, raven meet me in Paradise?! You deserve a good southern gentleman. #TheBachelorFinale.”

He was dumped by JoJo Fletcher in the Season 12 of The Bachelorette but so far had no luck in finding true love. Hence Taylor might be seen in the Bachelor In Paradise.

Another contestant who is speculated to be the cast of Season 4 is The Bachelor Season 21 villain Corinne Olympios. She dropped this hint some months ago about her joining the cast of Bachelor In Paradise. She said, “I mean, I’m still not sure yet. Most likely, yes. So not 100 percent locked in yet,” reported E! Online.

Apart from these three, the contestants who get dumped by Rachel Lindsay in The Bachelorette Season 13 will be joining the spin-off later. Hence, fans of the show will have to wait for the official announcement from the show creator.

Who Might Not Appear?

Chad Johnson, who earned the name of ‘Bad Chad’ for his villainous style of JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette, might not appear in BIP Season 4. Johnson will be starring on ‘Famously Single’ that starts from July 9.

Another reason why Johnson may not appear in Bachelor spin-off is due to his bad behavior last season. He was asked to leave the show, and this might keep him away from Season 4.

Bachelor In Paradise is set to premiere on August 8, 2017, on ABC.