As Bachelor Nation fans prepare for The Bachelorette鈥榮 dramatic (and reportedly 鈥heart-wrenching鈥) finale, they鈥檙e also getting ready for the wildly controversial fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise. Host Chris Harrison has asked viewers to 鈥渢rust鈥 him, saying that everything about the DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios situation will be explained, but that鈥檚 not the only surprise in store. Harrison also just revealed that BiP will air a live finale that鈥檚 not like anything we鈥檝e seen from the show before.

The Bachelor _ Chris Harrison

鈥淥ne of the things that will be a little different is our time in Paradise was cut down and compacted, therefore the show will extend back into the real world,鈥 Harrison explained to Entertainment Weekly. 鈥淚t鈥檚 going to be a lot of finding out what鈥檚 been happening [with the contestants] because things have been continuing back in the real world since the show wrapped up in Mexico.鈥

He added that there will be a live studio audience present, but that it won鈥檛 be like a reunion special. Instead, he says, 鈥淭he live [finale] at the end will be more like After the Final Rose where we鈥檙e live, the show is wrapping up, and there will be people involved that were on the show because we have to find out where everybody is. I don鈥檛 think you can put [this finale] into usual Bachelor boxes because [it鈥檚] going to be so different.鈥

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The reunion with Jackson and Olympios will be different too, but that will air earlier in the season because 鈥渋t鈥檚 something that needs to be dealt with long before the finale.鈥 No doubt.

He added that their interview would be more in depth and personal than the chats we usually see on the Men Tell All and Women Tell All specials. It seems that the people behind the scenes are doing their best to properly address the situation.

Life's a beach. Welcome back to #BachelorInParadise!

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Be sure to check out all of the revelations, explanations, and drama when Bachelor in Paradise premieres Monday, August 14, at 8pm ET on ABC.

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