Krystal and Chris, who got engaged on Season 5 of Bachelor in Paradise last summer, will star in a new YouTube series that will document their relationship after getting engaged in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Us Weeklyreported.
The series, which launches Wednesday, January 9 on YouTube, will be called Glitter and the Goose, referring to Krystal's love for all things glitter and Chris' nickname.
"Chris and I decided to launch a YouTube Channel because we wanted another playground to allow supporters and fans into our lives. Season 1 of Glitter and the Goose starts with Chris moving across the country to San Diego to be with me," Krystal, 31, told Us.
"There are a couple episodes that I can't wait to share as they will take fans into a deep perspective of how the show and social media impacted our lives, individually and as a couple."
Krystal explained the show will be "a dedication to our fans and ABC family because without them, we would've never found each other."
As for Chris, 31, he told the magazine "it's important for us to share our love story and continue to let people see the evolution of our relationship."
In the official trailer for Glitter and the Goose, Chris explained, "We don't want to just be remembered by who we were on Bachelor in Paradise. We want [fans] to see the real, the raw, the good and the bad."
During Bachelor in Paradise's fifth-season reunion special, Chris cried because of how happy he was to have a woman like Krystal in his life, and Krystal was actually thankful for all the drama she had been a part of on The Bachelor because everything led her to Chris.
Prior to getting involved on in Paradise, Krystal was a villain on Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of The Bachelor and Chris made waves on Becca Kufrin's season of The Bachelorette.
"I was very thick-skinned and hard-shelled when I got to Paradise," Chris told People last year. "I was not myself. I was trying to act like this tough guy. I had an ego."
Chris and Krystal not only left Paradise with each other, but they also managed to alter their reputations for the better and rehab their images. They also bonded over their similar unflattering edits on reality television.
"She knew, based on conversations we had had, that I was a genuine guy with a good heart," Chris previously revealed to People.
"So she pulled me aside and said, 'You need to be more self-aware or you're going to lose friendships here and you're going to lose me.' I realized that this woman came out of nowhere to give me direction... I realized that if I don't change now and be vulnerable, I'm going to lose this incredible woman."