Every season of The Bachelorette has a villain, and there is no doubt that this cycle it was Chad Johnson. He may not have found love on The Bachelorette, and, unfortunately, it looks like he won't have much luck on Bachelor in Paradise, either. A recent preview for the upcoming show has got many wondering — why did Chad get kicked off Bachelor in Paradise?
On Tuesday night's episode of The Bachelorette: Men Tell All, ABC dropped an extended trailer for Bachelor in Paradise, and it looks like things get really intense. Between new relationships, drunken hookups, and tons of tears, it's clear the ex-bachelors and bachelorettes will be serving up loads of drama.
As one of the most talked about contestants this season (or any season), it comes with no surprise that he stirs up some trouble on the spinoff show. The sneak peek preview revealed Chad getting into physical fights with multiple contestants, one of which presumably sends Evan away in an ambulance. Now that's taking it way too far. As the show put it, Hurricane Chad hits pretty hard on Bachelor in Paradise, and there are lots of casualties.
So was it one specific instance, or rather a culmination of inappropriate behaviors that lead to Chad getting the boot? We will have to tune into the show to know for sure, but the rumor mill is already running wild. According to Reality Steve, Chad unleashed his reign of terror on the very first night, shouting nasty things at other contestants which allegedly includes calling Lace Morris the c-word. I can't help but cringe at the very thought of that.
It's unclear whether Chad was kicked off immediately following this altercation on the first night, but I suspect that he was. After all, using derogatory language like this on national TV definitely crosses the line.
He may be back, but not for long!