On October 24, it was finally time for the long-awaited reality show “Paradise” to start. The series has both changed its name and has a new layout, and thus differs a lot from its predecessor “Paradise Hotel”.

“Paradise” has premiered – how it differs from “Paradise Hotel”

Participants can, for example, pair up with whoever they want, regardless of gender, there is no longer a requirement to be single, and the hotel also has single beds.

Here you can read if there was any action in the bed straw in the new Paradise.

Paradise premiered on October 24. Photo: Viaplay

Paradise 2022: That’s what the participants voted for in the election

2022 has not only included a lot of yummy reality shows, but there have also been elections. Just in time for the Paradise premiere, Sweden also has a new government and News24 therefore took the opportunity to investigate what the participants voted for.

Most were relatively tight-lipped about who got their vote in the 2022 election, but some of the participants spoke openly about where they stand politically.

Paradise 2022 – Participant Nicholas Wallner Responds: “So damn clueless”

Nicholas Wallner from Halmstad.

– So, I know so damn little about politics. I heard that the Center Party would be in the middle and be chill and soft around a bit. So I took them. They seemed to be right there in the middle, so I took the Center Party. I’m not that damned aware, it doesn’t matter that much to me, so I just took something, replies Nicholas Wallner.

Aissa Hidalgo of Paradise: “Unnecessary opinion”

Aissa Hidalgo from Uppsala.

– I don’t vote left if you say so. So far I can answer. But I think politics is such an unnecessary opinion in general. I think everyone is entitled to their opinion. People are so judgmental when it comes to elections, says Aissa Hidalgo.

Jonathan Damberg from Paradise 2022: “You should be able to say what you are voting for”

Jonathan Damberg from Örebro.

– I think you should be able to say what you vote for, regardless of what you vote for, because I’m okay with whoever. But many can almost cut contact with someone depending on what they vote for, and I’m like “WHAT?!”, says Jonathan Damberg and continues:

– But I can say that I vote in the middle. I used to vote more red, but now I vote more in the middle.

Mellami Ate Mbago from Paradise 2022 – this is how she voted in the 2022 elections

Mellami Ate Mbago from Malmö.

– I vote right, replies Middle Ate Mbago.

Paradise 2022 – Andreas Montoya Responds: “Didn’t Vote”

Andreas Montoya from Uppsala.

– I didn’t vote, because I had been out partying the night before and couldn’t get away. But I did the electoral compass and I would have voted blue, that much I can say, says Andreas Montoya.

Paradise 2022 – Jasmine Hall responds: “You have to get involved”

Jasmine Hall from Gothenburg.

– I actually voted left, I can say that openly and honestly. Then I’m not a person who likes to talk about politics and such, but you have to get involved, it’s important anyway, replies Jasmine Hall.

Source: Then24

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