Are we in for a new Bachelor in Paradise engagement?
We will have to wait until season six of the Bachelor spin-off premieres on Monday to find out – but so far it seems that we are getting at least one love connection. Lauren Zima from ET spoke earlier this month with Timbertalum Dylan Barbour on the band ‘Men tell everything’, where he could not stop stumbling about fellow Paradise participant Hannah Godwin.
“Hannah G. is unbelievable. I mean, she’s clearly just beautiful. And I think it’s a shame we haven’t seen her personality [on the Bachelor] and I’m excited to just … I’m excited to everyone a little to see what the energy is like, “he said with a big smile.
“I am very excited to meet Hannah G.. Very excited to spend some time with her,” he added. “I find Hannah G. very attractive.”
Barbour, who took six weeks off the competition during Hannah Brown’s Bachelorette season, seems to have left a lucky man’s paradise. “[I] can’t stop smiling,” he admitted. “I think there are many attractive women in the word and the most important thing is just, like, an emotional and mental, of course, physical attraction for it. So I hope we find that.”
“I hope people see what we might have, or maybe I have someone else,” he teased. “Maybe I’ll be sent home the first week. Who knows!’
“I wouldn’t say the most wanted,” Barbour said. “Listen, I am excited for paradise. It really was a great time. I just hope to be with someone I can get along with and connect with.”
“May I say [how serious it gets]?” he asked hilariously. “Hopefully things get really serious in paradise. Listen, I think it’s going to be an incredible experience, and I think everyone is going to see something of me and a part of me that not everyone gets to see.”
Also on the way to paradise this season are John Paul Jones, Derek Peth, Clay Harbor, Bibiana Julian, Caelynn Miller-Keyes, Cam Ayala, Katie Morton and more.
“Paradise is … it’s great for some. It’s horrible for others. I just hope that the people for whom it isn’t so great have the opportunity to raise themselves,” Barbour said. “I just think a few people came in and stood on a shaky ground.”