"There's amazing, sexy people in scantily clad bathing suits. There's a lot of tequila in bad margaritas that I make. There's crabs crawling over everything. There's Boom Boom Room, there's Fantasy Suites, and then, of course the most important thing, there's really beautiful, meaningful love stories that come out the end," Wells shared with Entertainment Tonight.
Bachelor in Paradise will feature more episodes than ever before, and a preview that aired during The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All shows Bachelor in Paradise host Jesse Palmer telling the cast about "a shocking twist" and instructing the women to "go pack your bags."
The women respond to the twist by yelling over a balcony, "F-ck you, Jesse Palmer!"
Wells, who recently married actressSarah Hyland, explained how producers thought "outside the box" this season and "tried some new things."
"From my standpoint, behind the bar, it was amazing. From the people on the beach's standpoint, not so much, they hated it," Wells told ET of the surprise twist.
"We tried some different things and brought in, I think, a record number of people onto the beach this season."
Wells, borrowing a line from Big Brother host Julie Chen, told Bachelor in Paradise fans to "expect the unexpected" because Paradise is going to be unlike anything they've seen before.
During a separate interview with Becca Kufrin and Michelle Young on their "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast, Wells teased, "The craziness that ensues from some of the new antics that we pull is pretty great."
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