Caila Quinn’s ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Costar Threatens Her in Sneak Peek: ‘I Might Have to Slap a Bitch’

A somewhat warm welcome! Caila Quinn's arrival in Bachelor in Paradise's Monday, August 15, episode creates plenty of drama, as seen in Us Weekly's exclusive sneak peek.

Quinn, 25, who was Ben Higgins' second runner-up on The Bachelor season 20, turns heads when she joins the Paradise fray on the beach in Mexico, and many of her costars are taken aback by her looks.

"Caila showed up, and damn!" Nick Viall insightfully tells the camera. "She is good-looking."

Jared Haibon adds, "Caila is beautiful. She looks gorgeous — she's got a great body."

As may be expected, some of the women are not exactly excited about the newest addition to the cast. "I think Caila does have the potential to break up a couple," Izzy Goodkind says. "It's a little nerve-racking knowing that these guys could be kind of blown away by her."

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Caila Quinn from ABC's 'Bachelor in Paradise.' ABC

Lace Morris takes things even further with her blunt declaration: "If Caila asks Grant [Kemp] on a date, I might have to slap a bitch."

Quinn — who moved from Hudson, Ohio, to New York City earlier this year after season 20 wrapped — developed strong feelings for Higgins during her stint on The Bachelor. She had professed her love for the software salesman and was heartbroken when he let her go in Jamaica in the fantasy-suites episode that aired in February.

Bachelor in Paradise season 3 has featured plenty of tension thus far. Viall butted heads with Josh Murray over Amanda Stanton's affections, while Morris hooked up with Chad Johnson before he was given the boot for his overly aggressive behavior.

Watch the clip in the video above. Bachelor in Paradise airs on ABC Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.  

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