Let the Bachelor party begin! This summer, 13 former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants are heading to Mexico—and to a TV near you—for Bachelor in Paradise, a spinoff of ABC's hit reality franchise. The show (hosted by longtime Bachelor host Chris Harrison, above) will bring together fan favorites who were rejected by past stars including Juan Pablo Galavis, Sean Lowe, Jake Pavelka, Desiree Hartsock, and even current Bachelorette Andi Dorfman.
On Wednesday, June 4, ABC unveiled a partial cast list. The roster features several familiar names and faces—a few of whom made appearances on the now-defunct spinoff Bachelor Pad. Check out the Bachelor in Paradise cast below.
Clare Crawley, 32: Clare was the runner-up in Juan Pablo's season of The Bachelor, which aired its finale earlier this year. Disliked by most of her fellow contestants, she famously told off the Venezuelan soccer stud when he chose Nikki Ferrell over her, saying, "I would never want my children having a father like you." (Earlier in the finale, he offended her by making an obscene comment during their helicopter date. "He said, 'I love f—ing you, but I don't know you," a source told Us.)
AshLee Frazier, 33: AshLee was furious when Sean Lowe rejected her before the season 17 finale in 2013. She confronted him during the Women Tell All special, and accused him of acting "like a frat boy" and telling her he had no feelings for his two finalists, Lindsay Yenter and Catherine Giudici (now his wife).
Sarah Herron, 27: Sarah, who was born with one arm, was beloved by fans but sent home by Sean Lowe in week six of season 17.
Daniella McBride, 26: Despite never getting a one-on-one date with Sean Lowe, Daniella made it to week six before being eliminated. After the show, she stayed in the entertainment industry, appearing in the short-lived show Playboy Club with Eddie Cibrian.
Lacy Faddoul, 25: Fans never really got to know Lacy, as she was cut from Juan Pablo Galavis' season on the very first night.
Michelle Kujawa, 30: Michelle, who also appeared on Bachelor Pad, had one of the most awkward kisses in Bachelor history with Jake Pavelka in season 14 in 2010.
Elise Mosca, 28: Juan Pablo Galavis sent Elise home in week four of season 18, after a group date in Seoul, Korea. She stood out earlier in the competition when she refused to pose nude during a photo shoot date.
Ben Scott, 30: Ben earned a bad reputation on season nine of The Bachelorette in 2013 (Desiree Hartsock's season) when, after his elimination, he taunted producers about missing out on having him as the next Bachelor and bragged that he couldn't wait to be seen in public with someone else.
Robert Graham, 31: Desiree Hartsock said goodbye to Robert in week two. She later tweeted that it was because he had dated someone she knew.
Graham Bunn, 35: Graham was sent home by DeAnna Pappas in week six of season four in 2008. He later appeared on Bachelor Pad 2.
Three other men, from Andi Dorfman's season, will join the cast this summer, but their names have not yet been revealed.