Ben Higgins, Jade Roper, Amanda Stanton
(left to right) Ben Higgins, Jade Roper and Amanda Stanton celebrated the premiere of the "The Bachelor" at Sycamore Tavern in Los Angeles. Michael Tullberg | Getty Images

On Jan. 2, “The Bachelor” franchise favorites gathered for the season premiere of Nick Viall's shot at love with a private charity premiere party held at Sycamore Tavern in Los Angeles.

“The Bachelor” stars Ashley Iaconetti and Sarah Herron kicked off the evening thanking everyone for their support as 100 percent of proceeds were donated to the SheLift and Globe-athon foundations. SheLift is a nonprofit that empowers girls to overcome physical and emotional obstacles through mentorship and outdoor recreation. Globe-athon is the only international movement focused on the prevention and early detection of all gynecological cancers including uterine (endometrial), cervical, ovarian, vaginal and vulvar.

Following her split with Josh Murray, Amanda Stanton arrived in high spirits as she opened up about the recent breakup with former “Bachelor in Paradise” beau Jade Roper. She arrived in style with a flirty lace dress sans husband, Tanner Tolbert, as she was greeted by “The Bachelor” alums. Once inside, Roper caught up with gal pal Stanton as they chatted about the breakup and their holiday break for some much-needed girl time.

Ben Higgins arrived hand in hand with fiancée Lauren Bushnell as the couple made their way through the packed venue. The couple revealed plans to get a puppy soon but have yet to agree on a breed.

Becca Tilley was spotted alongside new beau Robert Graham. The newly announced couple were inseparable, making their rounds through the crowd, mixing with guests and snapping selfies. The evening included cast meet and greets, wine and cupcakes, silent auction giveaways and roses.

The evening was sponsored by FabFitFun with special donations made by and Sprinkles Cupcakes. Accommodations for the event were provided by Shore Hotel, Santa Monica.

Other "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" alums in attendance included Carly Waddell, Evan Bass, Jared Haibon, Chase McNary, Robby Hayes, Wells Adams, Lace Morris, and Emily and Haley Ferguson.