‘Bachelor In Paradise’ star Wells Adams has revealed he’s ready to take on the show’s full-time hosting gig, without a slate of guest hosts filled in this season.
Actress Sarah Hyland, 30, and her fiancé Wells Adams, 37, are increasingly loved-up than ever, and sat lanugo for an sectional interview with HollywoodLife at the MPTF NextGen Summer Party at Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood on Sept. 12. The Bachelor in Paradise star plane revealed he’d be unshut to taking on a full-time hosting gig. “Bachelor in Paradise isn’t going to fix the world’s problems, but I do think it’s a show that we kind of needed at this point considering everything’s been so sad and depressing and visionless and maybe a little bit of silliness,” Wells explained.
“I’m Bachelor Nation’s number one stan and number one stan of Wells,” she told HL. Although she considers herself a member of ‘Bachelor Nation’, Wells chimed in, “She’s an honorary member of the nation.” The sweet couple, who got engaged in July 2019, have sadly had to push when their nuptials again.
“Wedding planning during quarantining is just moving your wedding remoter when and remoter when if you’re playing it unscratched which we are, we’re planning on moving it then probably.”
The coronavirus outbreak ultimately forced Sarah and Wells to postpone their special day, which would have taken place on August 8. Sarah revealed this in an Instagram post, that showed her in wedding white while having fun with her beau at a vineyard. “A couple, a pandemic, & a postponed wedding: A series. We were supposed to get married today. Instead… we took pictures and drank wine. I love you to Pluto & back.”