Wells Adams Shares Details About Bachelor In Paradise Season 7

"Bachelor in Paradise" is officially back for Season 7. The fan-favorite series didn't air last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it's returning with a bang this year as "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" cast-offs hit the beach to mingle in hopes of getting a second chance at love (via Entertainment Weekly). The series will look a bit different this season, as longtime host Chris Harrison won't be there to offer his guidance after exiting the franchise earlier this year, per AP News. Instead, ABC has tapped a number of celebrity guest hosts to take control of the season. Viewers will see stars like Lance Bass, David Spade, and Lil Jon take the reigns and fill in as they look to help the cast members find romance (via NBC News).

However, there will be one familiar face back for Season 7. Wells Adams will return to his post behind the bar. The show's lovable bartender will be there to make the drinks, offer some sage advice, and even put a smile on the faces of those who are distraught (via Us Weekly). Adams recently shared some big details about what fans can expect during the upcoming season of "Bachelor in Paradise."

Wells Adams dishes on the cast and guest hosts

Wells Adams opened up about "Bachelor In Paradise" Season 7 and dished some major details about what fans can expect. Adams admits that as the show's bartender, he gave a lot of advice to many people on the show, as he told Us Weekly. "A lot of people needed a lot of advice. It's been a couple years since we've done Paradise, I think people are a little out of sync of the show. And a lot of people have been out of sync of dating people," he said. "I had to do a lot of hard conversations with people, but I would say that generally how it works is the people who I gravitate to, just in terms of friendship wise, I talked to a lot because, obviously, it's comfortable for them and it's comfortable for me."

Adams also opened up about the guest hosts."What's fun about the different guest hosts for BiP this year is that everyone brings a different thing. Obviously, David [Spade] brings his snarky humor and also, like, his fanboy-ness — he's a big fan of the show," Wells stated. "Lance [Bass] brings the musicality as does Lil Jon — but Lil Jon brings a lot of positive energy, you'll see on the show, he comes at a time in which everyone kind of needs a lot of positive energy, so that was really wonderful," he added.

It looks like fans will get a big dose of Adams on Season 7 of "Bachelor in Paradise" and they couldn't be more excited.