I wonder if the producer’s consent has to be written or just verbal? Also, its funny that a third person’s consent is needed for adults to engage in intimacy. But that’s just the price of being permanently watched and televised in all your grace and errors. Bachelor diehards may recognize such names as Raven Gates, Amanda Stanton and Dean Unglert. They’ll all be present, along with Corinne Olympios, a controversial fan favorite. Or at least, she was supposed to be on the show. That’s what the major controversy is about.
Early into filming the season, Corinne and cast member DeMario Jackson got intimate with a lot of alcohol involved, and one extremely uncomfortable producer watching. Both Corinne and DeMario were fired for the season, though they still appear in major cast photos.
Who will fill the role for the rest of Bachelor in Paradise? You’ll have to watch to know for sure. I’ll admit I didn’t know the last season had ended, let alone that a new season had begun. But The Bachelor is an eternally revolving event in popular culture. It comes like the Earth around the sun, always there, lingering in the background, conjuring up thousands of articles and videos with each moment that passes by. The canon and assemblage of information related to The Bachelor may outlive us all. We will all be dead and The Bachelor will live on, just as a new Star Wars film will be released every December for the rest of our lives, and probably a new Batman movie, or Justice League, or Aqua Boy, Astro Boy, why not make live-action moves out of anime as well? Oh wait, they already did. There’s one thing that America will always be good for, and that’s creating pop culture.