Warning: Spoilers for Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 ahead! Read at your own risk.
Fans didn't really get to know Dylan Barbour during Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette, but we're seeing him in a whole new light on Bachelor in Paradise! Dylan has the hots for Hannah Godwin, but as we see in a preview for August 12's BIP, this crush is complicated, to say the least...
What is Dylan Barbour's job? He's a tech entrepreneur who gives back!
Not surprisingly, Dylan is a competitive athlete himself.
According to Dylan's Vizer executive bio, his "passion for fitness" stems from his collegiate career as a dual NCAA varsity athlete in both football and track and field. He graduated from Williams College in 2016.
Dylan's Bachelorette bio states that his favorite sport is basketball, but he also enjoys scuba diving and water sports. It's no wonder this guy is making such a splash on Bachelor in Paradise!
Dylan's a California guy who loves the ladies.
Although he went to university in chilly Massachusetts, Dylan hails from the sunny town of Seal Beach, Calif. As of 2019, he's based in San Diego.
According to Dylan's Bachelorette bio, "the majority" of his friends are women. He enjoys driving his boat and cooking big meals. He also has two tattoos: A palm tree on his ankle and a heart with roses on his chest for his mom and dad.
Dylan has the hots for Hannah G. — but there's a problem!
In a sneak peek for the August 12 Bachelor in Paradise, fans get a glimpse of Dylan making out with Hannah Godwin. Moments later, though, we see Hannah G. getting pretty cozy with Blake Horstmann.
"It's a little disrespectful to just make out with him right in front of me," Dylan said in a confessional excerpted by Good Morning America. "That's crazy."
So who does Dylan end up with on Bachelor in Paradise?
According to Reality Steve, Dylan and Hannah G. get engaged at the end of Season 6! Up until the finale, the stars themselves can't say much, but Dylan does seem pretty giddy about what happened on the show.
"I'm excited for Paradise, and I think it's going to be a great time," he told Entertainment Tonight. "Hopefully things get really serious in Paradise. Listen, I think it's going to be an unbelievable experience, and I think everybody's going to get to see something of me and a part of me that not everybody does get to see."
We'll be watching! Make sure to tune in to Bachelor in Paradise Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.