“Boy am I glad I did because it is so fun,” Burgess advised On The Crimson Carpet about guest-hosting the present. “I was shocked at how quickly a love interest could turn over and fall in love with someone else. Someone’s heart gets broken and five minutes later they’re back together.”
Final week, Chris Conran and Alana Milne self-eliminated after being accused of getting a relationship previous to the present. The promo for Tuesday’s episode teases much more “followers drama,” because the contestants confront Brendan Morais and Pieper James, who have been additionally rumored up to now previous to the present and have been caught on digicam discussing how they have been going to develop their social media platforms.
“Look, you got to come to Bachelor Nation for the right reasons,” Burgess stated. “The point is to come there to find love, fall in love. Not for personal gains outside of it, to boost your career. Or at least, don’t be dumb enough to leave your microphone on.”
“We know everything! Don’t think you’re going to come into that world that we’ve curated and created for you without knowing why you’re there. It’s gonna come out,” Burgess continued.
Burgess additionally teased that main relationship developments will happen on Tuesday’s episode, together with what he considers to be the wildest second of the season.
“You will have a wholly different perspective about who belongs with who. Just keep watching,” Burgess teased.
As a newly inducted member of Bachelor Nation, Burgess relishes in the romance (and the drama) that occurs on the seashores of Mexico. However, there may be one side of guest-hosting he enjoys much more.
“I’m a Pisces and very empathetic. It was hard not to sympathize with these people,” Burgess stated. “A lot of what these people need is just an ear, someone to talk to who can be objective… that was the most exciting thing to me.”
Rapper Lil Jon can even make his guest-hosting debut on Tuesday’s episode.
“Bachelor in Paradise” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT | 7 p.m. CT on ABC.