Filming on Clare Crawley’s upcoming season of “The Bachelorette” hasn’t began but, however the manufacturing has already been impacted by the coronavirus.
Talking Wednesday to “Leisure Tonight,” longtime host Chris Harrison revealed that taking pictures might be restricted to North America in lieu of the collection’ typical “elaborate all-around-the-world tour,” and that numerous different precautions on set might be taken.
“We’re going to remain clearly round the US, and nearer to house once we go on set. There are huge quantities of hand-washing stations. We’re having a component of a trailer the place we may have a health care provider. You will be checked out. So, there’s a ton of precautions being taken,” Harrison stated, including that manufacturing may even be “staying away from the larger cities, greater metropolises the place there’s a greater focus of folks.”
Harrison stated that, with filming anticipated to start this week, the change in plans was “a fast turnaround, however fortunately we had sufficient time to repair this.”
“The excellent news is, as soon as we’re all on campus, it’s slightly bit of our personal self-quarantine,” the 48-year-old added.
On Tuesday, the 32 suitors competing for Crawley’s coronary heart had been revealed, together with “Bachelorette” alum Tyler Cameron’s finest buddy.
The long-running present has already taken precautions in different areas, having viewers members from this week’s dwell “Bachelor” finale signal coronavirus disclosure types.
As for the destiny of the spinoff “The Bachelor Summer season Video games,” Harrison stated, “Nothing official has been introduced. However a key element of that’s getting foreigners in our nation.”
On Wednesday night, President Trump introduced a journey ban from a number of European nations for the subsequent 30 days, starting Friday.
Reps for ABC and Warner Bros. didn’t instantly return our requests for remark.