Bachelor in Paradise?
Amanda: 5:1. She is sweet and cute and everyone would be pulling for her, but would she leave her two daughters, Charlie and Kinsley, again?
Amber: 20:1. She just finished up appearing on her third consecutive season, so if she returns to Paradise, she’ll be approaching rare air.
Becca: 30:1. As with Amber, Becca has appeared on the last two installments of The Bachelor and has likely had enough. Plus, her personality does not seem suited for Paradise.
Breanne: 100:1. She exited the show in week 1 and left no memorable impression that would warrant an invitation to Paradise. Fortunately, she will be returning to our television screens on HBO on April 24 to pick up where she left off about to slaughter Stannis Baratheon.
Caila: 3:1. Caila seems like a natural fit to appear in Paradise – likable, sweet, cute, etc. Plus, the producers owe her one after filming her promo for The Bachelorette only to replace her with Jo Jo. The question is does she want to join the fun?
Emily: 2:1. Emily is young, sweet, and fun. She had a strong showing on The Bachelor, received a lot of screen time, and cried six separate times and stirred up drama with Olivia. Plus, she’s a twin! She is a perfect fit for Paradise.
Haley: 3:1. While Haley didn’t last as long as Emily and therefore did not participate in as much drama as her twin sister, the idea of bringing both twins to Paradise seems too good to pass up.
Izzy: 75:1. Like Breanne, Izzy was eliminated in week 1 and left no real mark on the show. She did return for the Women Tell All and made her voice heard, so that boosts her chances slightly, but she’s still a long shot.
Jackie: 80:1. She made it to week 2, but that should not be enough to secure a coveted spot in Paradise.
Jami: 6:1. Jami survived three episodes and went after Jubilee on the Women Tell All. We would not be surprised if she returns.
Jennifer: 8:1. This season’s Chris N. award winner, Jennifer lasted six weeks, while saying almost nothing to Ben. We could easily see her appearing in Paradise to prove that she does have a personality. At least people would recognize her as the girl from last season who barely spoke.
Jessica: 100:1. Jessica went out in week 1 and didn’t earn a single fantasy point for her efforts.
Jo Jo: 1000:1. She would have to pull a Brad Womack and immediately express a desire to go back in the ring. Extremely unlikely, but her arrival in Paradise would mean that the Bachelorette went terribly wrong. We are rooting for this scenario!
Jubilee: 5:1. The only thing keeping Jubilee out of Paradise would be her honorable commitment to the armed services.
Lace: Off the Board. Her return to Paradise was confirmed on the Women Tell All.
Laura: 100:1. See Jessica above.
LB: 150:1. LB quit in week 2. The producers should not reward quitters.
Lauren H.: 6:1. Surviving all the way to week 6, Lauren H. developed a fanbase with her charming and witty personality. We imagine we’ll see her in Paradise, if she wants to be there.
Lauren R.: 100:1. See Jessica above.
Leah: 1:1. Either Leah is a total psychopath or she realized that she wasn’t going to end up with Ben and intentionally pivoted into a “villain” to secure a place in Paradise as next season’s Samantha.
Maegan: 100:1. See Jessica above.
Mandi: 70:1. She went home in week 1, but made an impression in her short stint with her insane rose hat and her dental examination and criticism of Ben’s flossing techniques.
Olivia: 15:1. Last year’s primary villain, Kelsey, did not join the group in Paradise, while secondary villain Jillian did appear for a bit. Our bet is that Olivia is either not invited or chooses to pass, but you never know how desperate she is for more attention to redeem herself.
Rachel: 20:1. Rachel lasted four episodes with Ben and reappeared on the Women Tell All, but she didn’t do anything particularly memorable.
Samantha: 80:1. See Jackie above.
Shushanna: 30:1. She survived a few weeks and made a name for herself by speaking a foreign language the entire first night, leaving viewers to wonder if she even spoke English. She was also fairly vocal on the Women Tell All.
Tiara: 5:1. Given the Bachelor’s proclivity for gags, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Tiara and her chicken, Sheila, in Paradise.