The Bachelorette may have just ended, but the sparks are still flying! 

TV is getting hotter (and sandier) when Bachelor in Paradise premieres on Monday night. So what can we expect?


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While The Bachelorette starred 30 bachelors (or not, cough cough Jed) competing for one woman, Bachelor in Paradise is much different. This series is a free-for-all, with everyone looking for love from anyone else. The contestants, made up of bachelors and bachelorettes from previous seasons, are free to create all the love-triangle drama they want! Oh yeah, there will be drama!

Although ABC has only released one trailer, things are definitely looking hot! The trailer, which shows almost every contestant crying, hints at all the nail-biting drama this season delivers. With intense clips of yelling, hot-tub hookups, and even a beach brawl, this season is looking juicy.

Many viewers are especially excited for the first same-sex couple in Bachelor history! Demi Burnett, a fan favorite from Colton Underwood's Bachelor, is seen jumping into bed with another bachelorette, bringing some new energy to the upcoming season. 

Burnett does't care that fans know, and spoke on the craziness that we can expect:

"It's your good old-fashioned dumpster fire."

If it wasn't, I don't think I'd watch! Don't miss all the heartbreak, hookups, and headgames on Monday and Tuesday nights on ABC

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