After an investigation conducted by an outside law firm, Bachelor in Paradise has concluded that there was no evidence of misconduct.
The “sexual misconduct” incident that happened on the set of Bachelor in Paradise—and which remains under investigation—is likely to introduce a new set of issues around sexual consent on reality TV shoots.
It turns out that, after all the rose ceremonies, hook-ups, and knock-down drag-out fights, the most dramatic moment in Bachelor history won’t be televised.
Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson, the two Bachelor in Paradise contestants involved in a sexual encounter on set that prompted a producer to file a complaint over alleged misconduct, have each released their first comments about the matter that have not come merely from “sources” close to them.
When it was first reported Sunday that filming in Mexico for Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise had been shut down because of allegations of misconduct, details were scarce at best. Further information has emerged since, but it hasn’t yet given the situation much more clarity.
Production of the fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise has stopped due to allegations of misconduct, and if what anonymous sources say is true, said misconduct involves a producer witnessing a raunchy hookup—one described as “soft-core porn”—between contestants DeMario Jackson (recently seen on Rachel’s season of The…
Let’s get a few things clear from the jump: Ramona Singer is a monster. Jill Zarin is a monster. Bethenny Frankel is a monster. No one alive has ever been more determined to get married in Palm Beach than the artist formerly known as The Countess, one Luann D’Agostino.
On Monday night, two women 3,000 miles apart, one deeply familiar with the franchise, the other much less so, watched Episode 3 of Rachel’s season of The Bachelorette separately. This is their story.
Of the many question I’d like to ask God, one of the top ones would be: Judging by how often and the manner in which they speak to you, The Real Housewives of Orange County seem to believe that you pay them a disproportionate amount of attention. Why is that? Because if you are paying them said amount of attention,…
Despite having a wealth of material that should have made it essential viewing—from Kim’s Paris robbery, to Kourtney’s rumored love life, to Caitlyn’s memoir—the March season premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians was the show’s least-watched since 2008. Maybe the family has, after almost 10 years on the air,…
On Thursday afternoon, as was heavily hinted in the White House’s ghoulish Mark Burnett-style buildup, a man currently being investigated for potentially cheating his way into the presidency pulled the world’s second-biggest polluter out of the Paris Climate Agreement, a document that he almost surely has not read and…
Here’s what you’ll learn from watching Lolo Jones on a reality TV competition show: Lolo Jones is an incredibly strong and passionate brat who likes to talk a lot and loudly and treats every game like a life-ending competition. No one wants to win anything in life more than Lolo Jones.
The Earth winds its way around the sun and once more summer is upon us and, with it, the return of Bravo’s Summer House to the Hamptons for filming. But this time, the Hamptons are ready for them.
A man has built himself a bubble bath out of balloons. He is asking two teenage girls—who have volunteered for this, but still—to stand in the bathtub and sing a song, which they do, until it’s clear that everyone is miserable.
On Monday night, two women 3,000 miles apart, one deeply familiar with the franchise, the other much less so, watched Episode 2 of Rachel’s season of The Bachelorette separately. This is their story.
On Monday night, two women 3,000 miles apart watched the premiere of The Bachelorette separately. This is their story.
At 9:25 p.m. on the first warm day of May, I stood outside New York’s Gramercy Park Hotel scanning for a car containing Tinsley Mortimer. To my left, two women were whispering in Hebrew and glaring in my direction. The interview would not take place inside the hotel, but to show my new adversaries that I had extremely…
The first question that people with jobs and other responsibilities should ask themselves before investing who knows how many hours in a reality show is: But do I want to actually spend time with the people on said show?
Life of Kylie, a series based on the business of being Kylie Jenner, is the latest spin-off from the Kardashian-Jenner manufacturing plant. In this 30-second teaser for the show, which premieres July 6, the voice of Kylie recites a series of vague declarations: “When you grow up on camera, everybody feels like they…