DeMario may return to ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ to redeem himself, but that could lead to more trouble


Bachelor in Paradise producers want DeMario Jackson back on the set and he’s considering the offer because he wants to redeem himself.

DeMario Jackson needs to catch a break. And he may do that by making an appearance on the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise. According to the Hollywood Reporter, it’s something DeMario is strongly considering and producers want to make it happen.

Producers have reportedly offered Jackson an opportunity to join the show on an episode that airs after the August 8 premiere. They have also given him the option to have an on-camera interview that would air during the upcoming season. OF COURSE producers want DeMario back. His appearance would be ratings gold.

During Ben Higgins and Ashley Iaconetti’s recent iHeart Radio podcast, E! News’ reporter Melanie Bromley talked about DeMario’s situation. She stated that the 30-year-old executive recruiter is “still considering” the invitation from Paradise producers.

Bromley’s scored an exclusive interview with DeMario that aired on E! News on Monday night (video below). Jackson explained that the entire situation has taken a toll on his family. He went on to say that before he could even make a statement, people were calling him “a rapist.”

Why on earth would DeMario want to go back?

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After all, he was cast as a liar on The Bachelorette. They brought a girl on the show who was supposedly his girlfriend. We’re still not sold on that!.

Then DeMario was accused of sexual misconduct in Paradise with contestant Corinne Olympios. The same girl who stripped her shirt off and sprayed whipped cream on her chest on Nick Viall’s season of the Bachelor.

Whether producers prompted her to do that is unknown. But contestants have little control over what ends up making the cut when the show airs.

‘Paradise’ contract could spell more trouble for DeMario

Although DeMario has been cleared of any wrongdoing, there’s a chance things could go wrong again. CNN reports that the contract Bachelor in Paradise contestants sign allows producers to manipulate just about any situation, conversation, or action while they are filming the show.

"“Contestants understand that their actions and the actions of others displayed in the Series may be disparaging, defamatory, embarrassing or of an otherwise unfavorable nature and may expose me to public ridicule, humiliation, or condemnation.”"

That leaves DeMario open to more problems. Unless he just sits on the beach and doesn’t talk to a soul while he’s there.

Will he go back and redeem himself? Or will it turn out to be another nightmare for DeMario Jackson?

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