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The Bachelor Winter Games promo: 'Crying is the same in any language'

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The Bachelor really will do anything for love. It will fly contestants all over the world. It will send couples on some of the most romantic dates you could imagine. It will put contestants in a mansion and ask them to compete in ridiculous tasks to earn a second shot at love. It will send them to Mexico in the hopes of finding love amongst all the crabs. And now, you can add “ask contestant to compete in winter games for love” to that list.

The latest addition to the Bachelor franchise is The Bachelor Winter Games, which sees former Bachelor contestants from all over the world come together to compete in winter events in the hopes that they will land a date and fall in love. EW has an exclusive promo for the new series, which explains that, though language barriers can be difficult when it comes to love, “crying is the same in any language.”

Watch Ashley I. prove just that in the promo above.

The Bachelor Winter Games premieres Tuesday, Feb 13 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.