'Bachelor In Paradise' Should Move To NYC This Season & Here's Why

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'Bachelor In Paradise' Should Move To NYC This Season & Here's Why

Dear Bachelor producers, I don't want to tell you how to do your job, but since the last couple of years have been dicey to say the least, may I give you a suggestion? Great, thanks! You should really consider sending a camera crew to New York City ASAP. Because I'm pretty sure things are happening in the city that will make Bachelor in Paradise obsolete real quick. In fact, the franchise might be better served by scrapping Bachelor in Paradise altogether and replacing it with Bachelor in NYC, because that's where all the action is.

You don't have to take my word for it, just look at the Instagrams of recent Bachelor and Bachelorette alums like Abigail Heringer, Chelsea Vaughn, Pieper James, Joe Park, Brendan Morais, Mike Johnson, and Bennett Jordan, to name a few. Not only have they all been living it up in NYC, they've been teasing fans with potential Paradise beginnings. Just this weekend, per the fansite Bachelor RealiTEA on Instagram, Abigail shared a series of Insta stories featuring her getting close to Mike and Joe, and a group shot of her with Mike, Joe, Bennett, and Dustin Kendrick, all accompanied by the BiP theme song, "Almost Paradise" by Mike Reno and Ann Wilson.

It's almost like she's trying to tell us something...

Of course, a few fun get togethers does not a season of BiP make, but it's not too far off. Fly out a few more recent Bachelor alums, rent out a giant loft, and you've got your very own Bachelor in Paradise meets Real World reality show. It's not a secluded beach in Mexico, but then again, it doesn't really look like BiP will be able to film abroad this season anyways.

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