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Identities of two more 'Bachelor in Paradise' cast members revealed


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 06/19/2014 

Two more Bachelor in Paradise cast members have apparently been leaked. 

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Marquel Martin and Michelle Money will both be appearing on the new The Bachelor-spinoff Bachelor in Paradise, which premieres August 4 on ABC, People reported.

Martin, a 27-year-old sponsorship salesman, was eliminated by Andi Dorfman during the most recent episode of her The Bachelorette season.

Martin made a splash on the series by treating Dorfman to a cookie tasting on Night 1 and then standing out by being silly and social. He also calmly confronted fellow suitor Andrew Poole, who was rumored to have made an offensive remark about Martin behind his back. Martin left the show very emotional, saying in tears he's "not anything special" but still wants to find "love real bad."

Money, a 31-year-old hairstylist and former model, was ousted by fifteenth-season The Bachelor star Brad Womack. She then went on to compete on Bachelor Pad's second season, which aired in Summer 2011.

Money made waves during her The Bachelor season for her outspoken and competitive behavior. She was known for being very seductive and jealous. Womack eliminated Money in the process of determining his final four ladies. During Bachelor Pad, Money partnered up and seemingly found love with Graham Bunn. They finished as the runner-up couple but clearly split after the show. 

People had previously revealed 10 other former The Bachelor and The Bachelorette contestants who will be participating on the reality dating series. They are as follows: Bunn, Clare Crawley, Lacy Faddoul, AshLee Frazier, Robert Graham, Sarah Herron, Michelle Kujawa, Daniella McBride, Elise Mosca, and Ben Scott.

Two more bachelors from Dorfman's currently-airing edition of The Bachelorette will also reportedly appear on Bachelor in Paradise.

Bachelor in Paradise will basically share the same concept as Bachelor Pad but be filmed in an exotic location instead of the usual Los Angeles mansion. All the contestants will be looking to get a second chance at finding love, and Chris Harrison will resume his role as host.

(Photo credit ABC)


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