They failed to find love as a contestant on The Bachelor franchise.
But now 12 more cast members will have their chance at romance during the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise.
Hours after the first batch of contestants were announced, ABC revealed the rest of the group during the premiere of the reality romp Grand Hotel.
Another chance at love: Two of Colton Underwood’s, Hannah Godwin and Caelynn Miller-Keyes will be joining the cast of the show
Two more fan favorites, both exes of Colton Underwood, will be trying their luck at love again: Hannah Godwin and Caelynn Miller-Keyes.
The new additions also include Annaliese Puccini from Arie Luyendyk Jr.‘s season, Wills Reid from Becca Kufrin’s season, Derek Peth from JoJo Fletcher’s season (as well as Bachelor in Paradise Season 4), and Bachelor runner-up Chris Bukowski from Emily Maynard’s season (and the first two seasons of Paradise).
Kevin Fortenberry from Hannah Brown‘s season is one of the newbies that will be on the show this season.
Joining him are seven of Colton Underwood’s unsuccessful flings.
Those seven include Jane Averbukh, Onyeka Ehie, Hannah Godwin, Nicole Lopez-Alvar, Sydney Lotuaco, Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Katie Morton.
Stunner: Caelynn Miller-Keyes will also be looking for love this summer
Finding love: Annaliese Puccini wasn’t chosen by Arie Luyendyk Jr, but she’s hoping to make some choices of her own in Mexico
Player: Joining the cast are seven, yes seven, of Colton Underwood’s unsuccessful flings, including Onyeka Ehie
Exes: Those seven also include Jane Averbukh, Hannah Godwin, Nicole Lopez-Alvar, Sydney Lotuaco, Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Katie Morton
The first crop of competitors was announced on Good Morning America this morning, less than two months before the reality competition show’s premiere.
Fan favorites Demi Burnett and Tayshia Adams are among those vying for romance.
Adams and Burnett were both on Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor.
The third woman announced was Bachelor In Paradise veteran Bibiana Julian.
Runner up: Chris Bukowski Bachelor runner-up Chris Bukowski from Emily Maynard’s season (and the first two seasons of Paradise) is taking another whack at love
Do over: Sydney Lotuaco is another of Underwood’s exes that will be on the show
Try again: Wills Reid from Becca Kufrin’s season of The Bachelorette is hoping to make it work this time around
She left season five of the show in week two.
Season 14 runner-up Blake Horstmann and Clay Harbor, who left in week three, will be on the show.
Cam Ayala and John Paul Jones, who was just eliminated last Monday, will also be in Mexico.
Three women were announced to be joining the season this morning.
Fan favorites! Demi Burnett and Tayshia Adams are among those vying for romance
Veteran: The third woman announced was Bachelor In Paradise veteran Bibiana Julian after leaving season five in week two
Just left: John Paul Jones will also be in paradise after being eliminated in the June 10 episode of the current Bachelorette season
The show famously keeps uneven numbers of men and women, with two men or women joining the original cast throughout the season.
Previous seasons have spawned some unlikely relationships, including current couples including Chris and Krystal, Ashley I. and Jared, Jade and Tanner and Carly and Evan.
It was announced on Sunday that Chris and Krystal, who got engaged on the last season of Bachelor in Paradise recently wed in the same location of their first date in Mexico.
The ceremony was officiated by long- time Bachelor franchise host, Chris Harrison.
Love birds: It was announced on Sunday that Chris and Krystal, who got engaged on the last season of Bachelor in Paradise recently wed in the same location of their first date in Mexico
Hostest with the mostest: Chris Harrison will return to host season six of Bachelor in Paradise, which is set to premiere on ABC on August 5
Harrison will return to host season six of Bachelor in Paradise, which is set to premiere on ABC on August 5.
The season, filmed in June 2018, appears with the tag line ‘love on the rocks,’ as relationships are expected to be both tipsy and tumbly.
With surprise arrivals throughout the season, fans will have to watch to see all who end up in paradise.