Entertainment Weekly has shared the first look of the upcoming episode. The clip showed Chad as he appears at the mansion’s front door and then one of the contestants will walk towards Chad. The former serviceman was booted out of the competition last week.
However, it seems that Chad will not be the one to make Fletcher cry this time. In the teaser clip, a voiceover can be heard saying: “If you think Chad is bad, someone else will sabotage and betray JoJo’s heart.” Fletcher will then be seen crying. “I don’t get people like that. I don’t deserve that,” she said.
Later in the video, Fletcher was seen talking to the remaining bachelors, specifically Robby, saying: “I don’t want you to feel like you’re wasting your time.” Is Robby the one who will break her heart?
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Meanwhile, Chad has shared on Instagram a video of himself watching an episode of the ABC reality show. “So I finally watched the show at my sisters. Holy **** now I understand why some people hate me! “Haha but some parts were hilarious too. LOL,” Chad stated in the caption.
In the clip, Chad is watching the scene where he said he is “helping” Fletcher by giving her a break from the other contestants. In that episode, he also called his fellow contestants as “immature.”
It was recently announced that Chad will be joining the “Bachelor in Paradise.” Chad will enjoy the beach with other former “Bachelor” franchise contestants – Jared Haibon, Amanda Stanton, Jubilee Sharp, Lace Morris, and twins Hayley and Emily. So far, there are only 10 confirmed cast members for the next season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” The Stir reported.
It was earlier reported that former “The Bachelor” contestant Caila Quinn will also join the cast.
The “Bachelor in Paradise” is set to premiere on August 2 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.