De Mario Jackson returned to “Bachelor in Paradise” on Tuesday to share his side of the story.
Following his sexual encounter with Corinne Olympios that led the ABC dating show to a temporary pause in filming, Jackson was back on “Paradise” to emotionally tell host Chris Harrison how he felt about the fallout.
"They paint it back and forward a lot, so [in total the show has given it] about 44 coats of paint." The mansion's interior looks quite a bit different when Haraden, his wife, Joanna, and their four children are living there.
The rose ceremonies are held in Haraden's den, where he normally has a pool table, plus a bar in the back.
Haraden's Agoura Hills, California, pad has been base camp for The Bachelor and The Bachelorette since Brad Womack's season 11, which launched September 2007.