'Bachelor in Paradise' Is Over for Good According to Reality Steve

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Since news broke that Bachelor in Paradise halted production earlier this week, we've had so many emotions. We're worried about Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson (as well as the rest of the cast), and we can't stop wondering whether or not we'll actually get to see the show this summer. But according to Bach guru Reality Steve, this could be a sign that Bachelor in Paradise is over for good


While talking to Juliet Litman's Bachelorette Party podcast, Steve admitted that his money is against BIP returning this summer -- or ever again. And considering the fact that Steve is pretty well versed in this show and its spin-offs, his opinion might actually be valuable here.

He said:

"I can tell you right now that this show is canceled, and it's not happening, at least this summer. If you were to ask me my opinion right now on June 12 what I thought the outcome of all this would be, my guess is that Bachelor in Paradise is done."

Oh no!

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Of course, this scandal literally just happened, so it may be too soon to predict the future of the show, especially going beyond this summer. So far, it seems like it's just a waiting game, and the allegations being made against certain cast members right now are too serious to speculate about.

And when Steve was asked about what could happen to the show down the line, here's what he had to say: 

"If they do come back with a summer show next year, they will just tweak things, change the format, change the title. Either you go back to Bachelor Pad, or you think of a new name and a new concept. It's always going to be about dating and competitions and challenges and stuff like that. They're not going to sway too far from that. But I think the Bachelor in Paradise title is done. I don't think we're ever going to see that again."

There's still a chance that BIP isn't really done forever -- and if it is, Steve could be right about it taking another form next year. This is such an upsetting situation for everyone involved, and we hope it gets resolved as quickly as possible.

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