Here’s What Wells Adams Thinks About Danielle Maltby Dating ‘Big Brother’ Alum Paul Calafiore

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Jan. 31 2018, Updated 2:29 p.m. ET

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Talk about a reality show crossover! Bachelor alum Danielle Maltby is dating former Big Brother star Paul Calafiore and her ex has a thing or two to say about it.

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Danielle and Paul made their relationship Instagram official on Monday. The couple both shared intimate pics of them getting cozy at a friend’s wedding.

“Melting,” Danielle captioned a pic of two Polaroid photos of the couple. While the season 18 BB bad boy captioned a similar pic, “Wedding Season ❤️.”

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Some of Danielle’s former Bach costars were quick to share their support of the new couple, but one costar, in particular, got the most attention. Danielle’s sorta-kinda ex, Wells Adams (the long-time friends kissed on the last season of Bachelor In Paradise), commented his support of the couple, writing, “This makes me very happy!!!!”

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As OK! readers’ know, Wells is currently dating Modern Family star Sarah Hyland, who Danielle also approves of.

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“I’m so happy for him. I’ve met Sarah — Sarah is amazing,” Danielle said of Sarah in December. “They bounce off each other so well…They bring out the best in each other. They’re both so funny and they just amp each other up so much — and the smile that Wells gets on his face is unreal. It’s so cute. It really is so cute.”

What do you think of Danielle and Paul’s relationship? Sound off in the comments!


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