Published: Wed, August 09, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Is Jimmy Kimmel Spoofing the Bachelor in Paradise Sex Scandal - with Babies?!

Is Jimmy Kimmel Spoofing the Bachelor in Paradise Sex Scandal - with Babies?!

With all of the emotions that collected after last night's season finale of the Bachelorette and the excitement of Bachelor in Paradise to finally air next Monday, leave it to Jimmy Kimmel to debut "Baby Bachelor in Paradise.' After viewing it, we have to admit, 'Bachelor in Paradise" featuring adorable toddlers might be better than the real one.

A new trailer for Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 teases the now-infamous pool hookup between Corinne Olympios and castmate DeMario Jackson.

New trailer for Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 alludes to sexual encounter between Corinne Olympios and castmate DeMario Jackson. Later that night, Olympios and Jackson are pulled aside by producers and the camera men are asked to stop filming, while contestants on the show are confused as to what is going on.

While the new preview handles the situation in a much more straightforward way than the first "cheeky" attempt, fans of the show definitely had mixed reactions. "I think people are misunderstanding how that's going to go", Harrison explained. It's quite intense to watch, given what we know about the allegations.

You can see the questionable Bachelor in Paradise ad below. "However, the response told us otherwise, and then we pulled it".

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He said, "Their parents had no problem with them doing this", as he introduced the show and babies.

What I do think, and this is a great question for Warner Bros., but it certainly has brought to light some safety issues that we want to make sure we're more on top of moving forward, that our contestants are safe and protected at all times. #BachelorNation is very engaged, so we [were trying to show how excited they were the show was returning].

The screen then flashes to a scene of the two, after the event, in which they were seen relaxing with the rest of the cast.

The entire ordeal was somewhat of a wake-up call for the directors of the series.

In recent months, ABC already had its share of controversy from "Bachelor In Paradise," its summer reality spin-off of "The Bachelor".

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