Every celebrity guest host of this season of 'Bachelor in Paradise' who's been announced so far

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Chris Harrison
Chris Harrison has ended his "Bachelor" journey. John Fleenor via Getty Images

Chris Harrison officially exited the "Bachelor" franchise on June 8, prompting the question: Who will host the show in the future?

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Harrison in "Bachelor in Paradise." ABC

While a permanent replacement for Harrison hasn't been announced yet, this season of "The Bachelorette" is being hosted by former leads Kaitlyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams.

However, for "Bachelor in Paradise," which will begin filming in June and airing on ABC on August 16, the network announced the season will be hosted by a rotating series of celebrity fans of the show.

David Spade was the first guest host to be revealed on June 3.

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Spade. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Comedy Central

The "SNL" alum is a well-documented "Bachelor" fan, as he spoke about the franchise regularly on his late-night show "Lights Out with David Spade." He even had former "Bachelorette" star Hannah Brown on as a guest.

On June 3, reports surfaced that Spade would be one of the hosts of the season.

Lil Jon is hosting after making an appearance during season 14 of "The Bachelorette" in 2018.

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Blake, Becca, and Lil Jon during a date. Paul Hebert/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

The "Yeah!" rapper made an appearance during a date between Becca Kufrin and Blake Horstmann where they smashed a bunch of stuff to let their aggression out — Lil Jon DJed the date.

On June 9, he was announced as one of the guest hosts of "Paradise" this summer.

Tituss Burgess has also been announced as a guest host.

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Burgess. Getty Images

The "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star was announced alongside Lil Jon and Lance Bass as a host this season. In 2020, he hosted both "Dishmantled" on Quibi and "Sing On!" on Netflix, so he has some hosting chops.

Lance Bass rounds out the trio of guest hosts announced on June 9.

Lance Bass

The former *NSYNC member was the final host announced on Wednesday. Maybe he's making up for the lack of the boy band on "The Bachelor" — the Backstreet Boys appeared during Nick Viall's season in 2017.

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