For everyone wondering about the dramatic fight on Bachelor in Paradise season 6, it’s going to be on the show sooner rather than later. Yet, there are still mysteries all around it. Take, for example, who is involved in the altercation, and also how it comes about in the first place. Fights within the world of Bachelor in Paradise are rare — at least in a physical nature. There are plenty of emotional battles.
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Speaking via E! News, show host Chris Harrison did make it clear that you’ll be seeing the brawl go down over the next couple of days … but it’s not something that she is altogether endorses:
“It is coming this week! … Look, we have to draw the line somewhere and a physical altercation is where we draw the line. We don’t mind if things get heated. There’s a lot of Type A personalities, a lot of testosterone flying but it can’t get physical and it did and we broke it up.”
As we’ve been saying for a little while now, this is probably the sort of thing that is going to lead to the parties involved being booted from the show, mostly because it is so hard to imagine producers wanting to expose other people to more physical violence. You would think that being in an idyllic setting would cause these contestants to be on their best behavior, but how idyllic is it really? It’s hot down there on the beach, there are a lot of feelings at play, and it’s also an environment that can cultivate a heck of a lot of paranoia and drama. All of this is worth thinking about in one way or another.
Beyond the fight, there are many other buzzworthy moments coming. Think in terms of John Paul Jones crying and Demi’s relationship with a woman.
What do you want to see on Bachelor in Paradise season 6 in regards to this fight?
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