According to Wells — who will be reprising his bartending duties and will also serve as the master of all Rose Ceremonies — the forthcoming installment of the summer spin-off is “just bonkers.”
“The craziest stuff happens on this season and I think that no one is going to expect what happens,” said the franchise star, who appeared as a contestant on Season 3 of “Paradise” in 2016 before signing on as bartender.
“What happens this season is insane, and I can’t believe it happened,” he teased. “I think that everyone is going to lose their minds when they see what went down. I know that sounds so grandiose, but it was true.”
Wells elaborated, “A bunch of stuff happens but there was one thing that happens where I’m just like, at the time, I was just like, ‘Oh my God.’ This season is going to be litty kitty in the city!”
Elsewhere, Wells explained how his latest experience in “Paradise” differed from prior seasons.
“I thought I was just going to have to say, ‘This is the final rose,’ and, ‘Oh, if you did not receive a rose, take a moment, and say your goodbyes,’” he said. “I thought that was it and then they were like, ‘Go f--king do this thing,’ and I’m like, ‘But I haven’t slept in 14 hours!’”
He added, “I didn’t expect all the things that I was going to have to do on the fly and it was fun but also stressful.”
Wells said that he is happy for “Paradise” to come back after a season off due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
“Dude, we have been dealt such a crap hand this year. The world needs this crazy, silly, funny show again,” he said. “The earth is healing now that ‘Paradise’ is [back].”
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“Bachelor in Paradise” Season 7 premieres Monday, August 16, on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.