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Five couples from popular reality TV shows will appear on the upcoming season of "Marriage Bootcamp: Reality Stars." Season 9 of the popular WE tv series will premiere in October.

The upcoming season started filming last October and at least one of the couples listed below split shortly after they taped the "Marriage Bootcamp". Their relationship issues will be old news to many who follow couples from "Bachelor in Paradise [VIDEO]", "Teen Mom 2", "Shahs of Sunset", the "Bad Girls Club", and "Love & Hip Hop New York."

Still, it will be interesting to see the drama from all five couples play out on TV.

After all, reality TV stars know how to get people talking, so fans can expect plenty of meltdowns, tears, and false promises.

'Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars' season 9 cast

It's not a bad cast this season, although one couple just started dating before the season was filmed.

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Aren't you supposed to be in the honeymoon phase of your relationship two months into dating? Not for Bachelor in Paradise" season 2 stars JJ Lane and Juelia Kinney.

According to WetPaint, JJ (Kaitlyn's season of "The Bachelorette") and Juelia (Chris Soules' season of "The Bachelor") started dating two months prior to filming the show. Fans who follow them on social media saw them together in a few random Instagram pics. After filming ended, they went their separate ways.

"Teen Mom 2" stars Kailyn Lowry and her estranged husband, Javi Marroquin are also part of the "Marriage Bootcamp: Reality Stars" season 9 cast. Kailyn, who has three children from three different relationships, ended her marriage to Javi in 2015. When the started taping the show last October, they were still going through their divorce.

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Reality TV World reports the couple was attempting to fix relationship while filming. However, when Kailyn is accused of cheating on Javi, fans will see some serious drama between the two.

Asifa Mirza and Bobby Panahi from "Shahs of Sunset" are also part of the cast. They were married for a little over a year and got a divorce. When they arrived on the set of "Marriage Bootcamp" they were a couple again. However, Bobby isn't quite sure he wants to propose again — we'll see how that turns out when the season airs in October.

Also appearing on "Marriage Bootcamp: Reality Stars" in October are "Love & Hip Hop: New York stars Amina Buddafly and Peter Gunz, and Mehgan James ("Bad Girls Club") and her boyfriend, DeAndre Perry.