Why 'Bachelor in Paradise' Alum Dean Unglert Is Now Living in a Van (Exclusive)

Unglert isn't ruling out another appearance on 'Paradise,' however.

Dean Unglert is on the move! 

ET's Katie Krause spoke with the Bachelor in Paradise alum at iHeartRadio's 102.7 KIIS-FM Wango Tango concert at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, last Saturday, where he revealed that he's now living in a van. 

"I just moved out of my house. I'm just, like, trying to travel the country and see what happens," he shared. "I live in a van now."

"I'm planning on [traveling] all across the continental U.S. and then maybe up into Canada as well -- so, I don't know if that's very conducive for a relationship," he continued. "If it does happen, great, but if not, then I'm not willing to fight it, I guess."

The Bachelorette alum -- who dated Kristina Schulman and Danielle Lombard on Bachelor in Paradise season four, and then Lesley Murphy on Bachelor Winter Games -- said he was inspired to make a change after seeing climber Alex Honnold's lifestyle on Free Solo. 

"He just made me want to do it and give it a go," Unglert shared. "I've just always kind of had like a nomadic spirit in me, and I've always wanted to do it, and I was, like, no better time than now. I'm single and unemployed and now I'm homeless, so I might as well do it, you know?"

Despite his plans to travel the U.S., Unglert isn't opposed to heading to Mexico for Bachelor in Paradise this summer. "What's a month in Mexico going to do for me negatively, I guess is the question," he said. "I mean, at this point, I've already hit rock bottom. So how much further could I really go?"

Also up in the air to return to Paradise is Wells Adams, who has played bartender for the past few seasons. 

"It's always nice to have a front row seat to watch [the drama]," Adams told ET. 

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For now, he's focused on his relationship with Sarah Hyland -- and defending his recent joke that their parents won't meet until their wedding. 

"It was a total joke... they have different political views and the rule was that they weren't allowed to talk politics at the wedding -- which I think is a normal rule at most family gatherings," he explained. "I said it as, like, a joke in total passing, and then, of course, it turned into this whole thing."

"So, I learned my lesson and I'm just not going to talk about my family anymore on my podcast," Adams added with a laugh. 

See more in the video below. 

iHeartRadio's 102.7 KIIS-FM Wango Tango concert is set to air Friday, June 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform.