Finding love is supposed to be the main point of joining Bachelor in Paradise, but, come on. These contestants basically get paid to go on vacation with their friends. Add free drinks, attractive singles, and national exposure, and it really doesn’t matter what your intentions are. So, it’s no surprise that past seasons of Bachelor in Paradise have seen guys working more on their bromances than their romances. Tré Cooper makes a good point, saying that joining the show comes with a certain amount of pressure that could be avoided if you weren’t being followed around by cameras.