While ABC has yet to formally announce any of the hosts, Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone reported on Thursday that Wells -- who has also appeared on multiple seasons of Bachelor in Paradise as a dater or bartender -- and Sarah have agreed to make an appearance.
"(BIP NEWS): Off [Wednesday]'s news of rotating hosts down in Mexico, Chelsea Handler was supposed to be one of the other ones along with David Spade, but it got pulled last minute," Carbone tweeted on June 3.
"The only other one I know for sure going down to 'host' are Wells and Sarah Hyland."
As of Wednesday, David's deal with ABC was finalized; however, the network had yet to close deals with other potential guest hosts and offers were still being considered, according to Variety.
The decision for Chris to sit out the new season of Bachelor in Paradise follows his recent racism controversy and voluntarily leave of absence.
Chris' greatest offense seemed to be his dismissive attitude towards photos of Rachael that resurfaced from an antebellum-plantation themed "Old South" fraternity party at Georgia College & State University in 2018.
According to several sources, "many" The Bachelor and The Bachelorette alums from seasons past were "apprehensive" about signing up for Bachelor in Paradise 7 or even declined their invitations in the wake of Chris' controversy, for which he had apologized multiple times, E! News reported in April.
One insider told the website at the time, "A lot of people are removing themselves from the franchise."
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Variety reported no official decision has been made as to whether Chris will regain his permanent hosting job going forward.
ABC is reportedly taking a "wait-and-see" approach in which executives intend to gauge the viewer response and reaction to this summer's The Bachelorette season starring Katie Thurston, which will be hosted by former The Bachelorette stars Kaitlyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams, to help determine Chris' fate on the show.
A person close to Chris told Variety that his Los Angeles-based power attorney Bryan Freedman is "outraged" over how the matter is being handled.
It's also "highly unlikely" Chris will return as the host for Michelle Young's The Bachelorette season airing in Fall 2021 on ABC.
If the network ever welcomes Chris back, it appears he won't serve as host again until The Bachelor's 26th season premiering in January 2022 -- at the earliest.
Chris is reportedly hoping for a second chance and planning to be back because he cares deeply about the franchise and all of its members, according to sources close to the longtime host.
As for Wells and the Modern Family actress, they flirted a bit on Twitter in 2016 and then got together in Fall 2017. They went public with their romance in October 2017 when they attended a Halloween party together and dressed in matching costumes.
The couple officially declared their love for one another on social media a couple of months later in December 2017, and then Wells -- who had been living in Nashville, TN -- moved to California for his girlfriend in Summer 2018.
Wells proposed marriage to Sarah and the couple got engaged in July 2019, but they revealed during an episode of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons -- Ever! in June 2020 that they chose to postpone their nuptials due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"We have no plans as of right now," Sarah shared, according toCosmopolitan magazine. "We've put all planning on hold."