‘Bachelor in Paradise’ to Air First Live Finale to See Which Couples Stayed Together

What happens in bliss doesn’t always stay in paradise! Chris Harrison suggested that The Bachelor’s summer spinoff, Bachelor in Paradise, will be airing a live culmination to see that joined contestants’ relations survived behind during home.

“One of a things that will be a small opposite is a time in Paradise was cut down and compacted, therefore a uncover will extend behind into a genuine world,” a Bachelor franchise host, 45, told Entertainment Weekly on Friday, Aug 4. “It’s going to be a lot of anticipating out what’s been function given things have been stability behind in a genuine universe given a uncover wrapped in Mexico. It’s going to be engaging and we consider a lot some-more fun for all of us.”

As formerly reported, Bachelor in Paradise halted filming in Jun after a writer filed an claim of bungle on set involving expel members Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. Warner Bros. immediately close down prolongation and launched an investigation. Filming resumed after a review suggested no justification to support a claims. Neither Olympios nor Jackson returned to finish filming a season.

Harrison disclosed that a finale, that will have a live studio audience, will atmosphere after a show’s reunion special — that includes Olympios and Jackson — not instead of it.

“When we speak to Corinne and DeMario, that’s not only going to be partial of a sit-down like a Women or Men Tell All special where there’s 30 people on set. we consider people are disagreement how that’s going to go. Those are going to be a lot some-more in-depth and a lot some-more insinuate and a lot some-more personal and one-on-one than your ‘tell all special,’” a executive writer clarified, adding that a sit-down talk will atmosphere early in a deteriorate given “it’s something that needs to be dealt with prolonged before a finale.”

Harrison also explained that a live culmination special “will be some-more like After a Final Rose where we’re live, a uncover is jacket up, and there will be people concerned that were on a uncover given we have to find out where everybody is. we don’t consider we can put those into common Bachelor boxes given they’re going to be so different.”

Bachelor in Paradise premieres on ABC Monday, Aug 14 during 8 p.m. ET.

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