'Bachelor in Paradise' Season 7 Contestants: Who Is in Cast and Which 'Bachelor' Seasons Are They From?

Bachelor in Paradise brings back former contestants of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for a second, or sometimes third, chance at love. This year there will be guests hosts meeting and greeting the love hopefuls on their arrival in paradise.

Unlike The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise doesn't show countless partners vying for just one girl or guy.

Instead, the show begins with 13 women and 10 men, all from previous editions of the two ABC shows, to try once again to find a spark.

Of course, there are still the famous rose ceremonies in place, which means people will be sent home who fail to find their mate.

In previous years, Chris Harrison has been the sole host, however this time there will be guest hosts from the worlds of music and entertainment joining the group, as well as The Bachelorette alumnus Wells Adams as the master of rose ceremonies.

As for the contestants, they are all familiar faces to franchise aficionados, with some almost as infamous as they are famous for their antics on the shows.

The Cast of Bachelor In Paradise Season 7

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Here is the full list of Bachelor in Paradise contestants, and the seasons that they have come from.

Aaron Clancy - season 17 of The Bachelorette (Katie)
Abigail Heringer - season 25 of The Bachelor (Matt)
Brendan Morais - season 16 of The Bachelorette (Clare and Tayshia)
Connor Brennan - season 17 of The Bachelorette (Katie)
Deandra Kanu - season 24 of The Bachelor (Peter)
Ivan Hall - season 16 of The Bachelorette (Clare and Tayshia)
James Bonsall - season 17 of The Bachelorette (Katie)
Jessenia Cruz - season 25 of The Bachelor (Matt)
Joe Amabile - season 14 of The Bachelorette (Becca)
Karl Smith - season 17 of The Bachelorette (Katie)
Kelsey Weier - season 24 of The Bachelor (Peter)
Kenny Braasch - season 16 of The Bachelorette (Clare and Tayshia)
Mari Pepin-Solis - season 25 of The Bachelor (Matt)
Maurissa Gunn - season 24 of The Bachelor (Peter)
Natasha Parker - season 24 of The Bachelor (Peter)
Noah Erb - season 16 of The Bachelorette (Clare and Tayshia)
Serena Chew - season 25 of The Bachelor (Matt)
Serena Pitt - season 25 of The Bachelor (Matt)
Tahzjuan Hawkins - season 23 of The Bachelor (Colton)
Tammy Ly - season 24 of The Bachelor (Peter)
Tre Cooper - season 17 of The Bachelorette (Katie)
Victoria Larson - season 25 of The Bachelor (Matt)
Victoria Paul - season 24 of The Bachelor (Peter)

Many of the contestants for the upcoming Bachelor in Paradise appeared in the most recent series of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.

These include Aaron, Connor, James, Karl and Tre, all of whom appeared on Katie's season of The Bachelorette, which concluded on August 9.

The most recent series of The Bachelor, which starred Matt, has also left many women turning to paradise to find their true love, including Abigail, Jessenia, Mari, Serena Pitt, Serena Chew and Victoria Larson.

Further cast members are expected to appear throughout the season, with reports suggesting big names like Becca Kufrin and Demi Burnett among potential contestants.

Who Are The Hosts of Bachelor In Paradise?

Bachelor in Paradise guest hosts
Lance Bass, Tituss Burgess and Lil Jon will all appear as guest hosts on "Bachelor in Paradise" season 7. ABC

This year there are four guests hosts already named, while others have yet to be confirmed.

The first is David Spade, who will be welcoming all of his love-seekers to Mexico.

After that, there are NSYNC's Lance Bass, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Tituss Burgess and rapper Lil Jon in the hosting chair.

Wells Adams has previously served as a bartender at the resort, but this time will also be the master of rose ceremonies.

Bachelor in Paradise premieres its seventh season on Monday, August 16, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, with episodes available to watch the next day on demand on Hulu.

Wells Adams and David Spade
Wells Adams and David Spade. Spade is the first guest host of "Bachelor in Paradise," while Adams is the bartender and master of rose ceremonies. ABC