‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Reunion Will Not See Corinne Olympios And DeMario Jackson Together
"Bachelor in Paradise" is expected to feature the reunion of Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson in the upcoming new season. However, sources claim there will be no face-to-face encounter and the two just had a separate interview only.
Following the controversial pool scandal of the two contestants, many are expecting that the show will highlight this alleged sexual contact. Fans are eager to hear what the two reality cast members will have to say in front of each other, after numerous separate interviews from various magazines.
Next week, the new season of "Bachelor in Paradise" will air on ABC. Fans of the hit dating series are anxious to see Corinne and DeMario in the same screen again. Speculations are ripe claiming the two would talk about the sensationalized pool scandal.
Contrary to speculations, the two contestants would not reunite in the upcoming episode. TMZ claims a source revealed that DeMario only had a one-on-one interview with the host, Chris Harrison. The tipster added that Corinne came after DeMario's slot. She also had her own sit-down interview with the host. The source also said both contestants are aware that they will not be sharing the stage at the same time.
Furthermore, sources say DeMario thinks Corinne would not be sincere. So he is not interested to meet her to clear out the pool scandal.
Fans of the reality show can recall that filming in Mexico, in early June, was stopped after the alleged pool hook-up between Corinne and DeMario. Apparently, the two got engaged in a sexual contact while in the pool. Tipsters say the former was heavy with alcohol and did not refuse.
The misconduct allegations led to the suspension of the reality dating show. All the cast members were sent back to the U.S. and Warner Bros. conducted further investigations.
However, on June 20, ABC and Warner Bros. announced "Bachelor in Paradise" acquired the go signal to proceed with filming. The network emphasized that they have proven no wrongdoing in the alleged pool scandal. The show resumed production and implemented some safety measures.
ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey shared in the recent summer Television Critics Association press tour that the alleged pool scandal became a wake-up call for them to revisit their processes, specifically the "safety issues." The network will further ensure that their talents are well protected and safe in the show, ET has noted.
Dungey did not confirm that "safety issues" refer to alcohol when asked to explain her statement on the concerns on "safety." She just mentioned that they will make sure that everyone in the show would be in good hands and are well taken cared of.
"Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4 will premiere on Monday, Aug. 14 on ABC.
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