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The Bachelorette, Kaitlyn, JJ

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Watch out, Mexico: a turd is heading your way!

E! News has confirmed that JJ Lane and Tanner Tolbert, who were recently booted from the current season of The Bachelorette, will be heading to Bachelor in Paradise's second season. Yeah, it's looking like BIP will be the land of Kaitlyn Bristowe's exes, as Jonathan Holloway and two other men from her season will be looking for love in front of ABC's cameras once again. UPDATE: E! News has also confirmed that Jared Haibon, a restaurant manager from Rhode Island who made it to the final four, will also be looking for love in Mexico this summer in attempt to heal his broken heart.

JJ, of course, is best known for being called "a turd" by Amy Schumer and for being one-half of the franchise's most infamous bromance, along with Clint. ("Brokeback Bachelor" was even used by the network in a promo.) Tanner? Well, he is going to be remembered for mostly not being remembered and constantly reminding people who he was. (He was pretty funny though.)

People first reported that JJ, Tanner and Jared would be joining BIP.

The Bachelorette, Jared


But they aren't the only men from Kaitlyn's season who will be in Paradise as Jonathan Holloway will also be there. Reunion much?!

Other confirmed cast members for the second season, which premieres Aug 2., includes Mikey TenerelliDan Cox and Kirk DeWindt, as well as Tenley Molzahn and Clare Crawley, who also appeared in the first seasonAshley SalterAshley Iaconetti, Carly WaddellJuelia Kinney, Jillian Anderson and Jade Roper, who are all from Chris Soules' season of The Bachelor, will also hit the beach.

And fans can look forward to a Bachelor in Paradise first this season as a source confirmed to E! News that Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul, who got engaged in the season one finale, tied the knot in a ceremony that was filmed for the show. (ABC had no comment.)

To make it even better, another source spilled that Chris Harrison actually officiated the wedding.

Bachelor in Paradise premieres Sunday, Aug. 2 on ABC.

(Originally published June 30, 2015 at 8:08 a.m. PST)