"The Bachelorette" has made her decision.
Andi Dorfman picked Josh. He proposed and she accepted.
Now, it's time for "Bachelor in Paradise."
People who left either "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette" with broken hearts get one more chance to find true love on television.
It's a re-tooled version of "Bachelor Pad" with contestants living together in a romantic Mexican paradise - all hoping for a second chance to find their soul mates.
As some people go home, others arrive to stir things up.
"What 'Bachelor in Paradise' is it's all the great things about 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette,' only it's on steroids because there are so many more possibilities of love triangles and connections and everything else," host Chris Harrison said.
It's also a show that makes history.
"The craziest inexplicable thing... in the history of this show happens on 'Bachelor in Paradise.' It is stunning on so many levels," Harrison said.
"Bachelor in Paradise" premieres 8 p.m. next Monday on ABC7.
'Bachelor in Paradise' stirs things up
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