News that Corinne Olympios will appear on the "Bachelor in Paradise" reunion came days after DeMario Jackson made a statement to TMZ about why he's coming back. The show should draw a lot of viewers as the pair were recently part of the largest scandal in "Bachelor" history. The encounter occurred on the first day of filming, as Corinne and DeMario engaged in some risque behavior and allegations of misconduct were made.

A thorough investigation resulted in no wrongdoing after it was claimed that Corinne was too intoxicated to consent to sex with DeMario.

Her own legal team came to the same conclusion. Although she "respectfully declined" returning to the season, she confirmed on Wednesday that she's "happy to be appearing" on the special.

Embattled cast members come face-to-face

Why is Corinne Olympios returning to "Bachelor in Paradise" for the reunion special? A source cited as Corinne's friend told E! News that the reality star is "excited to finally come out and speak." The insider adds that there's "no bad blood" between Corinne and "BIP." "They invited her to appear on the reunion and she wants to go," the source shared. Apparently, there aren't any "contractual" issues and Corinne remains close with her "'Bachelor family."

What about the situation with DeMario?

Will that affect how things play out on the "Bachelor in Paradise" season 4 reunion? The source explained that "it's not a big deal" for Olympios because she never "blamed" DeMario for anything that happened.

For DeMario's part, he looks forward to appearing on the reunion special, telling TMZ that he "owes" it to his cast mates for all of their support throughout the scandal.

He wants to thank them and reunite with those he values as true friends. He added in his statement that he loves Corinne Olympios and her family.

How is Corinne doing?

E!'s source revealed that Corinne is "doing well" and taking some time to "focus on herself and healing." She's also enjoying the company of her family and friends.

Corinne is still dating boyfriend Jordan Gielchinsky. He defended her during the scandal, offering his "unwavering loyalty and support." He maintained that he was going to be by her side until there was a "legitimate reason" for him not to be.

Are you excited to see Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson appear on the reunion? "Bachelor in Paradise" premieres Monday, August 14 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.