Who are the Bachelor in Paradise Australia intruders?

These international singletons are on their way to paradise.

By TV Week team
It wouldn't be Bachelor In Paradise without a few surprises.
Now, TV WEEK can reveal that not one, but four international intruders are on their way to the tropical island.
And they're guaranteed to shake things up.

Grant Kemp

Grant Kemp wastes no time in Paradise!
Model and firefighter Grant is no stranger to the Bachelor franchise, starring in both season twelve of The Bachelorette US and season three of Bachelor In Paradise US, making him the perfect addition to the Australian iteration.
Though he didn't find love with Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher, his time on the US Paradise saw him engaged to fellow contestant Lace Morris.
Their union ultimately fell through and not on the best of terms. Speaking to Us Weekly, the 29-year-old tells: "I don't talk to Lace ever [but] I definitely still hope for the best for her."
On his entrance into Bachelor In Paradise Australia, Grant tells TV WEEK he's not joining for the fame.
"If it was a true connection, and I knew the girl was in it for me and not more Instagram followers I'd still date them after the show for sure," he says.
Grant will make his first appearance on Sunday, April 8.

Daniel Maguire

It seems Daniel Maguire has his eye on someone - and those earrings and that bun looks distinctly Tara-esque!
Daniel's appearance on Bachelor In Paradise Australia was hardly a secret - the model and personal trainer recently featured in a trailer for the Network Ten reality show (below) - and he's set to cause waves between Jarrod Woodgate and Keira Maguire.
"I want to jump him so bad," Keira exclaims in the promo. "He made my heart skip a beat!"
"Daniel and I have a lot of chemistry and it's very hard for me to keep my hands off him."
Much like Grant, the 33-year-old Canadian contestant knows his way around the Bachelor circuit.
He made his Bachie start in JoJo Fletcher's US Bachelorette season but missed out on a rose during the first ceremony.
"If this was based solely on looks, there's a good chance I'd still be here," he boasts in his exit chat. "These guys [the remaining contestants] aren't on my level, bottom line. No-one is on my level."
Daniel has since appeared in both seasons three and four of Bachelor In Paradise US but failed to find love. Perhaps it's because he's too busy thinking about his future fame?
"I would do it all," Daniel tells TV WEEK when asked about his boundaries on the show. "I couldn't care less the cameras are there. I would make the best sex tape, and become the next Kardashian."
Daniel will make his first appearance on Sunday, April 8.

Thomas Perras

While TV WEEK can confirm that a 30-something international model is also on his way to Paradise, his identity remains under wraps. But we have a pretty educated guess up our sleeve.
International model Thomas Perras has caught our attention.
The 32-year-old appeared in The Bachelorette Canada, and his co-star (and winner) Kevin Wendt alluded to his potential appearance on BIP Australia in a podcast. Even more telling are his recent social media posts geo-tagged in Australia.

Recently, fans have speculated that it's Thomas, and not Elora Murger, we see Megan Marx kissing in the pool.
Adding fuel to the fire is co-star Jake Ellis's comments confirming it is not Elora.
"I hate to burst your bubble but it's not actually Elora! You'll have to wait and see who that is," he tells Now To Love.
That sounds like confirmation to us!

Jared Haibon

The addition of Jared Haibon to the Bachelor In Paradise Australia cast was given away in one of the trailers!
The Rhode Island native is an actor and bartender. His Bachie origins lie in the 11th season of The Bachelorette US where he came fourth in the battle for Kaitlyn Bristowe's heart.
Jared then appeared in the second season of America's Bachelor In Paradise alongside ex-girlfriend, Ashley Iaconetti.

We're pretty sure that's Jared!
Jared tells TV WEEK he intends to shake things up when he lands in Paradise!
"It can be fun to ruffle some feathers in Paradise and I'm actually going to try to have more fun this time around," he reveals.
"But ultimately I think I'm going to fail because it's just not in my nature [to stir up trouble]."

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