\'Bachelor in Paradise\' Introduces Shocking Casting Twist in Season 4 — Report
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‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Introduces Shocking Casting Twist in Season 4 — Report

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We all might be wrapped up in Bachelorette 2017 right now, but directly after Rachel Lindsay’s August 7 finale airs, it’ll be Bachelor in Paradise time!

The summer spin-off is right around the corner, and now we’re finding out there might be a major casting twist on Season 4.

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However, JoJo Fletcher’s former contestant Chase McNary — who may or may not be joining the show — did just reveal an interesting move producers might’ve made.

The 28-year-old stopped by The Tomorrow Show web talk show this week, where he shared an interesting interaction he had with a random guy in the bar recently.  

“It was pretty promising, but it sounds like they might be bringing in some variable, random guys that have never been on Bachelor or Bachelorette,” a shirtless Chase detailed.

He continues of the “handsome” stranger, “He said he was in the top 5 finalists for interviews… He was really sincere in asking if it was a good move for himself…”

The former Denver native went on to say that he advised the guy to go through with it, saying “only good things” could come from the experience.

“I started probing around — I haven't confirmed nor denied — but the dude seemed pretty legit,” the Season 12 alum shared.

He added, “[Producers are] stretching for something to keep it creative."

So did you get that? We might be seeing a bunch of non-Bachelor stars joining the dating mix south of the border.

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It’s actually not far-fetched when you think of the franchise’s history.

After all, Bachelor Pad did this in its third season back in 2012, adding “fans” to the mix of Bachelor and Bachelorette alums.

It didn’t really work then, but maybe it will work now? Time will tell!

Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 premieres Tuesday, August 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.