If you thought The Bachelorette was full of drama, just wait for the Bachelor Pad 2! Last season’s winner David Good believes this is the season to watch. "There is going to be a lot more drama," he tells In Touch. With a prize of $250,000, the house full of hotties from seasons past seems more interested in the fights and hookups.
The most bitter exes to be under one roof will be former Bachelor Jake Pavelka and his jilted ex-fiancée Vienna Girardi. "Jake is not popular and Vienna is a train wreck," a show insider reveals. Fireworks explode as they are reunited and Jake is faced with Vienna's new boyfriend, Kasey Kahl. "Jake tried a truce with his ex, but in the end Vienna and Kasey were the driving forces sending the Bachelor home early."
The other formerly engaged couple - Mike Stagliano and Holly Durst - put their recent split aside and partner up on the show. Although Holly is hooking up with Blake Julian, Mike "handles it maturely" - unlike Jake. "He would have her back even if they were bickering, but Holly will just do anything for the money," says a source. In the end, taking a gamble and partnering up pays off - they make it really far!
It may seem like these love triangles are the teams to beat, but the power couple to watch will be Michelle Money and Graham Bunn. "Michelle is the biggest competition," says David. Sticking to her word and standing up for teammates ends up helping Michelle out. “She uses her looks to manipulate guys to do what she wants," according to an insider. Her partner seems to not mind. “She isn't hard to look at - I couldn't have asked for a better partner!" Graham tells In Touch. Looks like their good looks may just lead them to the final prize!