In addition, Gia Allemand, who was part of the first season of featuring Ashley Hebert.
"With so many elements at play to raise the stakes -- Vienna and Kasey are currently dating, there is recent bad blood between Gia and Vienna, a friendship has developed between Jake and Gia, and so much more -- season two is set to bring fireworks, drama, romance and endless possibilities," ABC said in its release.
Also among the cast are such previously controversial suitors as Justin "Rated R" Rego, who walked off Ali Fedotowski's season when she confronted him about the voice messages he'd left for a girlfriend back home, and Michelle Money, whom ABC describes as the "manipulative seductress" from Brad Womack's season.
We had four people we were pretty sure would vote for us and three people we thought would vote for them. I was definitely not expecting to win and very surprised we did."How close did you come to picking keep with the prize money?
"It's so bad to say this, but honestly, one of the things I thought about in the deliberation room is if I chose keep, right before I pulled it I could have said, 'Holly, you got Blake out of this and that's great... I'm going to take the money out of this'."I don't think the audience and the people watching would have been like, 'He's horrible for doing that, what an asshole'. But the bigger part of me was screaming that I shook her hand before this, during it and literally on stage."We kind of talked about the fact we would split.
ABC has a new show coming this summer that is going to bring together a lot of fan favorites from Bachelor Nation.
This show, called “Bachelor in Paradise,” will be full of past contestants from “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” trying to find love.