All Sex On “Bachelor In Paradise” Now Has To Be Approved By Producers First

June 28, 2017 / Posted by:

Ah, humping on the beach; the third season of Bachelor in Paradise t’was a much simpler time. But after all the heavy accusations that happened recently, the fourth season isn’t nearly as loose as its predecessors. Bachelor in Paradise has resumed filming, and with it comes a lot more rules.

Contestants now have a two drinks-per-hour maximum to prevent them from getting too wasted on set. There’s also a strict rule when it comes to sex. Sources tell TMZ that if any contestant wants to get it on with another one, whether on the beach, in the pool, or in the most romantic spot in television “The Boom Boom Room,” they must first get clearance from a producer. If a producer thinks that either party is incapable of giving proper consent, they can deny the request. If a contestant tries to pull one over on producers and sneak off to The Boom Boom Room, producers can put a stop to it. TMZ posted pics of Bachelor in Paradise filming in Mexico, and they show producers and crew working very closely. So the chance of sneaking off to the Boom Boom Room may be slim.

I doubt getting producer permission will be all that awkward. My only hope for all involved is that producers have streamlined the process for horny convenience. Imagine if Warner Bros. not only makes the couples clear it with a producer first, but then requires the producer to take them to another room, where everyone is forced to sit through a 40-minute educational pre-sex safety video first? It’s called paradise, not hell.

Pic: ABC via YouTube

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