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The second season of "Bachelor in Paradise" started off on a beautiful note with the bachelors and bachelorettes being treated to the surprise wedding of Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd.

Faddoul and Grodd are the only successful couple from the previous season of "Bachelor in Paradise", and their beach side wedding was officiated by none other than Bachelor Nation host Chris Harrison.

Shortly after the wedding, the show returned to what it does best– dates in exotic locations, a lot of tears and drama. And all three elements were present on Sunday's episode, including a quick trip to the hospital.

Ashley Salter from Chris Soules' season of "The Bachelor", who was one of the most entertaining personalities of his season, thanks to her bizarre rants, was shown being loaded onto a stretcher and taken to a hospital in the premiere episode.

However, the show did not explain why she had to be taken to the hospital, something that will probably be addressed on Monday's episode.

Interestingly, spoiler guru Reality Steve has a bit of information on what actually happened, and he noted in his blog that the hospital trip was due to dehydration.

 "Apparently the heat was a major issue down there and a few people had to be taken to the hospital for dehydration. I know Ashley Salter was one of them, so expect to see at least one shot of an ambulance when they show the first real promo of the season to get everyone freaking out about what happens etc. Just know it wasn't anything major but more than one person ended up in the hospital due to heat exhaustion/dehydration," Steve wrote.

The second part of the premiere will air on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, and this will be followed by "Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise," a live one-hour segment that will be featured at 9 p.m. ET.