- Reality Steve says The Bachelorette is looking to film at a resort for five weeks.
- There won’t be hometowns, and no one will leave the resort for dates.
- Everyone will be tested for coronavirus ahead of time.
Wondering what TF is going on with Clare Crawley’s upcoming season of The Bachelorette? Reality Steve is finalllly spilling. But before we get to the tea, reminder that Clare’s season was postponed due to the coronavirus—and on top of that, a bunch of her guys are expected to be recast.
Sooo...what’s the deal? According to Reality Steve, the show is going ahead, and they’re looking to book out an entire resort for five weeks of filming.
“I have learned that ‘The Bachelorette’ is looking to film the entire series in one location,” Steve said on his podcast. “That means all the dates, and the cocktail parties, and rose ceremonies, and the cast, would all live in one resort for the whole time of filming. Zero travel. And I’m talking about, that certainly seems to me, from what I was told, they’re never leaving wherever they’re going. Now, I don’t know the location, because what I’m told is they are out scouting right now for a resort to accept them for a five week filming in July and into August and it would air in September.”
A “very, very good source” told Steve that production is asking the resort to essentially kick out all their other guests so that their crew of 150 to 200 people can have the place to themselves. For health and safety reasons, everyone would be tested for the coronavirus prior to filming.
“Basically, what I’ve heard is they would get there and everybody would be tested,” Steve said. “And once everybody passes the test, assuming everybody passes their test, since they’re never leaving that area, they don’t have to worry about testing and testing every week or two.”
Steve also said that there won’t be any hometown dates and that we shouldn’t expect too many spoilers since the set will be completely closed. Damn...this is going to be a very interesting season.
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