Eighteen bachelors and bachelorettes will be shown arriving on the beach and beginning their search for love when Bachelor in Paradise's ninth season premieres on ABC with a two-hour episode on Thursday, September 28 at 8PM ET/PT.
While many more cast members will show up and surprise viewers as the Bachelor in Paradise season progresses, Charity was asked to pair up some potentially good matches out of the original cast that ABC had announced in late August.
"Okay, let's go! Initially, [Kylee Russell] and [Aven Jones], because I was, like, hands down wanting that to happen. They just look so good together," Charity shared during a joint interview with her fiance, Dotun Olubeko, on the September 7 episode of the "Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe" podcast.
Charity laughed and then former The Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe asked Charity if she thinks Brayden will "get his redemption" on Bachelor in Paradise, given he was portrayed as the villain on Charity's The Bachelorette season.
"You know they always have one!" Kaitlyn said.
"I doubt it," Charity noted with a laugh.
"Not in a bad way. Obviously we love Brayden, but his personality, I don't see that man switching up or doing anything different. He's going to be Brayden until the day he is out of here!"
Kaitlyn said she respects how Brayden is true to himself, and she also pointed out how he's still very young.
Dotun asked Charity if Kat enjoys golfing and hanging out at country clubs.
"She's a Florida girl, so that's why I kind of did that," Charity explained.
"Oh, it's a good pair then!" Dotun said in support of his fiancee. "I would agree with that."
Charity and Dotun, who got engaged at the end of The Bachelorette's twentieth season, gushed about how they'll "absolutely" be watching Bachelor in Paradise when it returns.
"We absolute are! Are you kidding?! That's going to be, like, how I cope with Dancing with the Stars and everything," Charity said.
Charity will be competing on Dancing with the Stars' 32nd season this fall, and she has been warned the schedule is demanding and hectic -- and that the male pros are "d-cks," according to Kaitlyn.
Charity reiterated, "So we definitely will be watching. We are so excited about it. Some of my actually closest girlfriends are on there, and [Dotun] best guy friends and my exes [are on there]."
Charity -- who competed against many of the women on Zach Shallcross' The Bachelor season -- acknowledged that while it's "a weird dynamic," she thinks it's "going to be so funny" to watch the drama, love and storylines play out on TV.
"I cannot wait, truly!" Charity gushed.
Dotun joked, "Is there anything better than seeing your friends in mess?"
"I know!" Charity agreed. "It's like, 'How are you going to handle this?!'"
Dotun added, "It's perfect. We're going to be tuning in, 100 percent. Yeah."
Charity also joked that her "commentary is going to be unhinged" and fans will find her on "threads," voicing her opinions.
"[The Bachelorette men] don't know the Charity that I know now," Dotun said, "because she is just, oh my god, funny as hell. She is one of the funniest people!... That was not what I expected! I was like, 'This is going to be a whole summer of [being] proper -- no!"
ABC aired a preview of Bachelor in Paradise's ninth season during the finale of Charity's The Bachelorette season on August 21.
During the sneak peek video of Season 9 of Bachelor in Paradise, host Jesse Palmer said in a voiceover, "Get ready for a wild time on the beach -- sexy dates and four former Bachelorettes crashing the party. Plus, someone has a serious medical emergency."
Jesse added, "Who will find their soul mate? Who will leave in tears? And who will decide to get MARRIED in Paradise?!"
According to ABC, Charity and fellow former The Bachelorette stars Hannah Brown and Katie Thurston will make cameo appearances on the beach, presumably to hand out Date Cards or host a date in Mexico.