In "Bachelor in Paradise," the Bachelor and Bachelorette alums will come together in Mexico to try their luck once again in love, and the first episode of the season is expected to be packing a lot of drama.
ABC has released a detailed synopsis of the episode and it hints at a love triangle.
The format of the show is designed in such a way that in the first week men will be handing out roses to those women they would like to get close to. And in the next week, their roles will be reversed.
The men and women who do not receive roses will leave the paradise.
Chris Harrison will kick off the first episode will a cocktail party to welcome the contestants to Tulum, Mexico.
In the first episode, women will feel the pressure to pair up and Lacy Faddoul from Juan Pablo's season of "The Bachelor" will be the first to make a move on her target. Although she invites Robert Graham of Desiree Hartsock's "The Bachelorette" for a swim in the ocean, she will later "canoodle" with Marcus Grodd, who was a contestant on Andi Dorfman's "The Bachelorette."
And, when she later gets a date card, which enables her to ask out a man she would like to spend time with, "she struggles to decide which of her two suitors to take," the synopsis indicates.
The date card is also going to create a lot of problems between the women. Clare, who will be the first to get a date card, will have to give up on her bachelor, as someone else had already staked her claim.
Reportedly, Clare will have to un-invite her preferred partner, and instead she will ask out Robert.
"With love-triangles beginning to form and uncoupled cast members scrambling to make a connection, the first Bachelor in Paradise rose ceremony commences. Couples start to officially pair up, but one bachelorette interrupts everything to make a surprise announcement that leaves everyone speechless and forever changes the course of paradise," the synopsis stated.
The "surprise announcement" will be made by Michelle Kujawa, who leaves before the rose ceremony claiming that she does not have a connection with anyone, reported Reality Steve.
But later, she gets caught with a sound guy in her room, wrote Reality Steve on his blog.
"Bachelor in Paradise" will premiere on ABC on Monday, Aug. 4 at 8 p.m. EDT.