On Tuesday’s Bachelor in Paradise, while the cast focused on trying to weather the storm that is finding love on a tropical island, it turns out they also had to try and weather something else - an actual tropical storm. With thunder rumbling in the background, the show’s producers approached the set to let everyone know that things were getting serious.
“There's a dangerous tropical storm rapidly approaching. And as of an hour ago, it's headed straight for us,” a producer said. “So for the safety of all of you guys, our staff, and our crew, we are recommending that we evacuate immediately. We actually believe it's no longer safe for you guys to stay in Paradise.”
Luckily, and much to the joy of viewers who were mostly concerned for the camera man left behind to capture b-roll footage of the storm, the resort did not sustain much damage and the cast was able to return.
- Hi, guys.
- What's happening?
- No this is not good.
- I don't like it.
- I know you guys are all expecting there to be a cocktail party and a rose ceremony tonight. Unfortunately, that will not be happening.
KYLIE MAR: On "Bachelor in Paradise" Tuesday, along with trying to weather the storm that is finding love on a tropical island, the cast had to weather something else. An actual tropical storm.
- We are recommending that we evacuate immediately. We actually believe it's no longer safe for you guys to stay in paradise. I don't want any of you guys to panic. But I do need you guys to head across the beach and go pack your bags right away.
Tropical storms, also known as tropical cyclones, are not as powerful as hurricanes, but have still been known to cause plenty of damage. And while viewers on Twitter didn't seem too concerned for the cast, with comments like "Y'all it's literally a tropical storm. The dramatics." Those in paradise weren't messing around.
- Everyone's in a frenzy right now just packing up as fast they can try to get off this beach as soon as possible. At this point everything is really up in the air.
- I don't know what's going to happen. So if we don't make it, stay safe.
- See you on the other side, boys.
- Luckily, and much to the joy of viewers, who were mostly concerned for the camera man left behind to capture the b-roll footage, the resort did not sustain much damage. And the cast was able to return and from there the forecast was only calling for love.
- Welcome back, with everybody OK.