The most famous Bachelor nation villain, Chad Johnson, is coming back in the next season of Bachelor in Paradise. Find out what he’s up to this time.
Chad confirmed his return in BIP himself. He is now officially the first confirmed cast member for BIP season 4. This is Chad’s second outing in Paradise.
In the previous season of the reality TV show, Chad immediately found a connection with Lace Morris but it did not last long. It can be recalled that in the last season of Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison kicked him out of the competition after only one episode.
Chad was booted out after he insulted two lady contestants and threatened his other co-stars. Moreover, he also manifested threatening behavior against other contestants and his overly aggressive attitude raised safety concerns on his fellow cast members. Harrison told Chad at the time that he had not only been aggressive to his fellow contestants but also to the hotel staff.
In an interview with Us Weekly, Chad said he doesn’t know yet which Bachelor nation ladies he hopes will join him. He told the outlet:
“Too many to mention, really, based upon looks, but when it comes to contestants on these shows, you never know what they’re truly like until you’ve met them in person,” he said.
ABC has yet to announce the other cast members and the premiere date for the next season of BIP. Fans are now expecting that The Bachelor 2017 villain Corinne Olympios will join Chad in BIP. Corinne is currently vying for Nick Viall’s heart.
Chad Johnson’s Bachelor Nation History
The former US marine first joined JoJo Fletcher’s The Bachelorette season 12. He was tagged as “villain” at the time after notorious scenarios like punching a metal door and threatening his co-stars.
During the airing of The Bachelorette 2016, Chad defended his actions. He explained that he had no serious relationships in several years because he was taking care of his sick mother.
Chad has also been called “Villain Chad,” “Brutal Chad,” and “Bad Chad” because of his antics in ABC’s reality shows. He even threatened to fight The Bachelorette winner Jordan Rodgers after the show ended.
In one interview, Chad proudly said he did not join the show for the cameras, unlike Jordan. He added he deserved to be called a villain because of all the things he did in the shows. However, he also stressed that he did not regret any of it.
Are we going to see “villain” Chad again in BIP season 4, or is he already a changed man? ABC’s The Bachelor 2017 currently airs every Monday at 8 p.m. in ABC. Stay tuned for more Bachelor in Paradise updates only here at GoshTV.
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