Wells Adams returns to ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ to tend bar, but we want him to find love


Wells Adams returns to Bachelor in Paradise to tend bar and dole out love advice. Will he have a chance to find a love story of his own?

Wells Adams  Bachelor in Paradise for a second season. This time, the Nashville radio host won’t be a contestant. Instead, he will replace Jorge the Bartender and serve up drinks and advice to the Season 4 contestants.

But what about love? Wells is so worthy of finding the woman of his dreams. He’s handsome, has a real job, and he loves his dog, Carl the Bloodhound. And he’s funny. Watch his drunk Snapchat stories and you’ll agree.

We can’t wait to see Wells mix drinks and give advice to Paradise contestants. We’re also hoping that the rumors are true — the dog-lovin’ DJ will get to go on dates at some point during his stay in Mexico.

Wells was one of the most-loved contestants on JoJo Fletcher’s season of the Bachelorette. He then appeared on Bachelor in Paradise Season 3. Although he made it to the overnight dates with Ashley Iaconetti, they weren’t a match made in Paradise. He left the show, Ashley cried, and everyone lived to tell.

What about Jorge the Bartender?

According to E! News, Jorge supposedly made an appearance during the first episode. From what we know, his appearance was filmed before the sexual allegations scandal halted production.

There were plans to give Jorge and “emotional sendoff” as he retired from the show. Wells reportedly arrived in Mexico after the DeMario-Corinne incident happened, so he didn’t have much time behind the bar when production stopped.

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ABC has not confirmed that Wells is part of the cast just yet. They are keeping quiet about many of the contestants, including seven of Bachelorette Rachel’s guys.

We’re excited to see Wells behind the bar. We’re even more excited to find out if he meets his match.

However, we’re not quite sure who we’d match him up with.

We’re working on our Bachelor in Paradise “potential couples” list right now. Stay tuned.

Bachelor in Paradise begins August 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
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