Rob Shuter reports…. Bachelorette and gentlemen: the bar is once again open!
“After sexual misconduct allegations plagued ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ in June 2017, Warner Bros. implemented new rules limiting alcohol consumption,” a source told The National ENQUIRER.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement, a drunken liaison between “Paradise” cast-mates Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson, later alleged to have been a “publicity stunt,” moved insiders to claim the franchise was out of touch and ready to die. The booze ban followed.
But: “Last season was boring, and they want the old show back,” said the source. “While at the same time making sure everyone is safe.”