Wells Adams won over America's heart when he and All-4-One serenaded JoJo Fletcher during the latest season of The Bachelorette, and broke it when we was (unfairly) eliminated from the show. Fans of the baby-faced Nashville DJ thoughts they'd never see his face again. But they were wrong, because Wells Adams is on Bachelor In Paradise this year, and the women of the world could not be happier with the news.

Wells will be joining 29 fellow Bachelor and Bachelorette alumni on their second (or, in some cases, third) attempt to find love on reality television. And he'll be surrounded by some familiar faces. According to Wet Paint, the official cast list for this season of Bachelor In Paradise includes Wells's competitors Vinny Ventiera, Evan Bass, Christian Bishop, Grant Kemp, Daniel "Damn Daniel" Maguire, and — the creme de la creepy — Chad Johnson.

Like any true Wells fans, I quite literally jumped for joy when I saw him in the Bachelor In Paradise trailer that was released during the The Bachelorette: Men Tell All. That is, until I realized his appearance on the third season would be bitter sweet. Yes, you get to see his sweet smile, hear his even sweeter sentiments, and witness Wells without his shirt. (Come on. He's on an island. You know it's gonna happen.)


But there's also the fact that he's on the show to find love, which means fans will have to see him in the arms and locking lips with another woman. Heartbreaking, right? And from the looks of it, Wells may find that special someone on Bachelor In Paradise. In the preview, viewers see Wells connect to Ashley Iaconetti, who competed for Chris Soules's heart on Season 19 of The Bachelor. The two are seen holding each other and waxing on about how attracted they are to one another. It simultaneously warms and breaks my heart to see Wells happy and in love, and the women of the world seem to agree.

Heck, fans seem to be supportive of a Wells and Ashely romance.

Well, some people are.

To watch the relationship unfold (or fail, if that's what you want) tune into the premiere of Bachelor In Paradise on August 1 at 8 p.m. ET.