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It's finally Nick Viall is getting the best birthday present ever.
From their first date to their wedding, Jade and Tanner Tolbert's entire love story unfolded on reality television – so it's safe to say they know a thing or two about finding love on the small screen.
The beloved Bachelor in Paradise couple recently opened up to PEOPLE Now about how they're feeling about Nick Viall's upcoming season of The Bachelor.
Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert are one of the most adored couples from the Bachelor franchise – but according to them, they're working through issues just like any other newlyweds.
The pair opened up to PEOPLE about their decision to join the cast of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars at WE tv's celebration of the return of the show Thursday in New York City.
"We never got to do premarital counseling, because everything moved so quick with us," said Tanner, 29. "So we kind of viewed it as an opportunity to lay a good foundation."
Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell aren't just getting their own TV show – they're going to be guest starring on another brand new show, too!
PEOPLE can exclusively reveal that the Bachelor couple is set to make an appearance on upcoming drama Famous In Love, set to premiere on Freeform in April 2017.
The new scripted series, starring Bella Thorne, is based on Rebecca Serle's romantic novel about a girl who gets her big break after auditioning for the starring role in a Hollywood blockbuster.
Higgins, 28, and Bushnell, 26, will appear as themselves in an episode later in the season.
The series will be written by Serle and Pretty Little Liars creator and showrunner I. Marlene King.
Chris Harrison is often playing witness to romantic relationships on The Bachelor, but his own love life seems to be far less dramatic than the reality show.
"I truly couldn't be happier in my life right now," the host tells PEOPLE Now.
Harrison, 45, reveals that he's out on the dating scene, but he knows he needs to slow down his busy schedule at some point.
Future Bachelor contestants, listen up: Here's what not to do when attempting to woo the show's next leading man Nick Viall.
His biggest turn off? Baby talk!
"[It's] terrible," Viall, 35, tells PEOPLE exclusively. "Like, nothing will ruin a moment like baby talk. That is not good."
Rest assured, Bachelor Nation, that fan-favorite Luke Pell was not looked over by producers.
In an interview with PEOPLE Now, host Chris Harrison reveals that Pell, the 31-year-old war veteran who melted hearts on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette, almost clinched his spot as the series' next leading man over Nick Viall.
"He was the front-runner," Harrison said about Pell. "Early on, he was the guy, for sure, and everybody knew it."
This may not be his first time looking for love on national television, but Nick Viall sincerely hopes it's his last.
"I'm hopeful I'll find someone to spend the rest of my life with," the next leading man of The Bachelor tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week's issue. "I couldn't be more excited to find that amazing connection."
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