Taking to Instagram on Monday, the 43-year-old excitedly announced the news to followers.
"I cannot tell you how excited I am to be working on @bachelorinparadiseau," he captioned Ten's promo shot.
"I promise it will be everything you love and more #survachelor."
And apparently, fans were just as excited for the upcoming series as Osher, with comments reading: "Our boy is hosting YAY" and "So glad you'll be there Osher."
While it has been reported that former Bachelor star Blake Garvey will feature in the new show, the less-popular reality contestant took to Facebook to confirm he isn't getting back in front of the camera for round two.
"No way, no how, no chance am I going on Bachelors in Paradise. That is all."
The Daily Mail also suggests that Laurina Fleure may also be a front-runner in the new production. While there has been no confirmation, we're certain fans will be more than welcoming to the gorgeous star.
Channel Ten has not confirmed when the new show kicks off but stay tuned for more details about Bachelor In Paradise.