Published: Mon, November 12, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

‘Bachelor’ mansion reportedly burned in California wildfire

‘Bachelor’ mansion reportedly burned in California wildfire

The luxury mansion where both "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" are filmed in the U.S. has reportedly been affected by the devastating wildfires that have ripped through southern California.

Thousands of people in the Thousand Oaks, Calabasas, and Malibu areas have all been forced to evacuate their homes.

"Pray for Malibu - and #TheBachelor mansion, " Fleiss wrote on Twitter.

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Bachelor producer Robert Mills also confirmed the "Villa de la Vina" property was in "grave danger" in a tweet. Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the lower house used as production headquarters is "destroyed", and "Bachelor" execs have shared their concerns. It is the home to Marshall Haraden and his family, who vacate the premises twice a year for a few weeks of filming.

The Agoura Hills home, which has served on the show since 2007, was in the path of the Woolsey wildfire - with reports claiming it has damaged the mansion.

Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor kicked off filming at the California mansion in September, however, filming has since moved around the country and internationally, and is expected to wrap in a couple of weeks. At Paramount Ranch, the Western Town that is frequently used in shows like Westworld has been burned to the ground.

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