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For a group of people who once chose to go on The Bachelor and Bachelorette to find love — thus sharing one person with 24 others — the Bachelor in Paradise cast sure is obsessed with the concept of loyalty. In the premiere episode, we watched as AshLee Frazier had a mental breakdown over Graham Bunn saying “yes” to a date with someone else just hours after officially meeting him. And it looks like we’re in for more of that with Dylan Petitt and Elise Mosca in Episode 2!


Yet, you might be surprised to learn who’s the jealous one in this situation. While we saw Elise proclaim that she was ready to say “I love you” to Dylan in the very first ep, this blonde bombshell doesn’t seem to take those words too seriously. Case in point? A new sneak peek from the upcoming week, where Dylan finds out that Elise had kissed someone else (we have a good guess who that lucky dude may be).

In the clip, Andi Dorfman’s recent cast-off confronts his new hookup partner for looking for love elsewhere. Elise maintains only reason she talked to “him” was because Dyls told her to, while the Boston bro insists that she did it just to get a reaction out of him.

“I’m happy that you had fun but it’s a little bit of a slap in the face,” he says brusquely. He then explains the situation to the ABC cameras saying, “When I said to Elise we should go hang out with other people, I wasn’t saying, ‘hey, go hook up with the next person who talks to you.’” Sounds like this guy wanted to have his cake and eat it, too. What did you think she was going to do, buddy?

And yet, we can’t see Dylan letting this one go anytime soon. “This just solidifies the fact that this was something that wasn’t meant to be.” Ouch.

But the real kicker? How much a single kiss means to this 26-year-old stud. Wasn’t he just sharing smooches with Andi at the same time as three of his pals? It’s the name of the game, guys!

Bachelor in Paradise airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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