This season of “Bachelor In Paradise” has been nothing less than romantic relationships, roses, and of course, drama.
Some of the contestants on this season include fan-favorite Brandon Jones who has been dating Serene Russell since day one, Michael Allio who is currently partnered up with Danielle Maltby, and Genevieve Parisi and Aaron Clancy, who have had a bit of a rocky relationship but are still together on the show.
But there is one contestant (that many consider to be controversial) whom bartender Wells Adams wants to see come back next year.
Who Wells Adams Thinks Should Come Back Next Season…
“Next time I’m in Paradise, I want Salley to come. For real this time!” Wells said. “She is so funny, so there’s a major possibility that if she really came down and stayed it would be a good time.”
After allegedly missing three flights, Salley Carson finally made it to paradise on the Tuesday, October 11, episode. However, she did not stay long.
“I can’t believe I’m here! … Honestly, it feels good,” the 27-year-old told Jesse Palmer upon arriving at the beach. “I had to take care of some things at work — [but] my bag made it the first day of Paradise. … I literally made the decision at the gate. I checked my bags, I got to the gate, and I was like, ‘You know what? I can’t do it.’”
Salley went and chatted with two other contestants, Genevieve Parisi and Shanae Ankney, explaining that she was late to the beach because of work. That is when the two asked her if she had “any interest” in any of the men currently on the show.
“I don’t know. … I’m at the point [where] I’m not going to date or want to, like, pursue something with someone unless I see, like, the end with them,” Salley said. “I want kids — five kids. I need to get on it fast. I don’t want to waste my time.”
Genevieve started getting on Salley’s case, drilling her about her ex-fiance. After some back and forth between the girls, Salley Carson quit the show.
Salley Carson Admits She Would Sue ABC If She Could
Salley Carson, a 26-year-old spine surgery robot operator from Virginia, made her debut on the reality television show a few episodes ago. But before hitting the beach, “Bachelor in Paradise” bartender Wells Adams told several stars of the show a very dramatic and exaggerated story about Salley’s journey to Mexico.
Salley allegedly missed her flight to paradise as she was totally hung up on her ex-fiance. She, reportedly, made a producer wait for her inside the trunk of a car for four hours.
After Wells told the story to the girls, fans of the show took to Carson’s Instagram, leaving comments such as, “Wait you left someone in a truck for 4hrs !!!! Wtf… they could have died… are you OK?”
And Salley replied to the comment, “That definitely did not happen. Try to remember it’s a TV show.”
Another Instagram user commented on one of her posts, “Sue abc,” to which Salley responded, “Would if I could.”
At this time, there is no word on if Salley is actually suing ABC, but it is not surprising that she wants to after what the show said about her.