According to multiple sources, Stanton, a 27-year-old single mom of two from Orange County, CA, will appear on Bachelor in Paradise's upcoming fourth edition, although her ex-fiance Josh Murray will not be, Us Weekly reported.
Stanton first found fame when she competed for Ben Higgins' heart on The Bachelor's 20th season in early 2016. Higgins sent her home after he met her children and family in her hometown.
The model and former esthetician then decided to test her luck and look for love again on Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise last summer.
After a brief fling with Nick Viall in Mexico, Stanton moved on with his rival, Murray, who was fresh off the Famously Single reality series. Murray joined Bachelor Nation when he competed on Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette and proposed marriage to the show's star. (Murray and Dorfman split in January 2015).
Stanton and Murray were inseparable from the day they met in Paradise despite the fact Stanton had been warned by her friends and fellow cast members that Murray had a dark side and was allegedly verbally abusive, controlling and temperamental during his relationship with Dorfman a couple of years back.
Dorfman alleged such details about Murray in her first memoir It's Not Okay, but Murray insisted the book was "fiction" and full of lies.
Stanton and Murray ended up getting engaged on the Bachelor in Paradise finale. Upon returning home, Murray decided to move from Atlanta, GA, to California to be with Stanton and her two young daughters from a previous marriage, Charlie and Kinsley.
However, the couple later confirmed their romance fell apart off-camera when they were trying to make things work in the real world because they were just very different people. Following months of arguments and issues, the blonde beauty and the former pro baseball player split in December 2016.
"When we were on the show, it felt like I had met the love of my life," Stanton told Us last month. "It's really hard, I think, to move on from that. I think we're both having a hard time moving on... There's a lot of things and situations in the real world you don't experience while you're there [in Paradise]."
The pair reunited several times after they broke up and even alluded to a potential reconciliation earlier this year, but a blowout fight in March that involved police seemingly shut the door on any chance Stanton and Murray had of reigniting their flame.
Stanton even told E! News in late March that Murray is "the worst," admitting, "Everyone warned me."
"After two failed engagements, you hear all these things on how things are your fault and what you did wrong, and women especially always take Amanda's side. [But] I have to take responsibility -- it's both people who were at fault. I will always take responsibility," Murray explained to Us in February.
"I know that during the process of the show, we fell in love, and we could see a future together, and even after a little bit with Kins and Charlie, it was very serious. Unfortunately, we just couldn't work through some certain things."
Stanton's first marriage was to Nick Buonfiglio, the father of her kids.