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These Three Dudes Are Reported To Be Joining The ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Cast

As we await the predictably trashy Bachelor spin-off that is sure to make all our lives worth living (i.e Bachelor In Paradise for those less invested, I feel for you) three boys names from this year’s Bachy batch have been thrown in the mix and hoeeeeee boy.

New Idea are reporting that they are exclusively privy to the info that this year’s villain (and *cough* the guy convicted of a 2015 assault that still gives me nightmares) Blake Colman is going to paradise. Yep, that guy. It’s super problematic and personally, we’re not thrilled with it.

His bromance partner Sam Cockrane is also rumoured to be joining his pal. So, the two of them are sure to be bringing all their petty drama back to our small screen so we can screw up our faces and roll our eyes.

The good news? One of our 2017 faves Luke McLeod is also on board. The nice guy that was a frontrunner early on deserves a chance to find some love in the sun, and I’m sure all the ex bachy women will be frothin’ over Australia’s answer to George Clooney joining the BIP fam.

Here’s all three bachys rumoured to be in the mix:

Blake Colman

Aw Blakey, it’s sad to see you go we will be lost with your hilarious sense of humour and devilish good looks.???? #BacheloretteAU

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Sam Cockrane

I never know if I should button up… so I just hold it.

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Luke McLeod

If that’s all confirmed by Ten, the lads will join Davey, Michael Turnbull and Apollo in fighting for Tara, Keira and Laurina’s hearts. By the sound of things, there will be blood.

Tara, Keira, Davey, Michael, Apollo and Laurina are headed to paradise for another chance at love. Soon.

Posted by Bachelor In Paradise Australia on Thursday, 9 November 2017


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