It looks like “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” are going to need a new home.
The Agoura Hills mansion served as the headquarters for the long-running reality dating competition since 2007. Sources told The Hollywood Reporter on Friday the Woolsey wildfire is consuming “The Bachelor” mansion. ET Canada confirmed the story.
“The lower house, which is often used as production headquarters, has been destroyed,” the publication wrote. The back patio is also currently engulfed in flames and the wildfire is burning towards the rest of the house.
ABC reality chief Rob Mills confirmed “The Bachelor” house was “in grave danger” on Twitter. Franchise creator Mike Fleiss said, “Pray for Malibu— and #TheBachelor Mansion.”
The ferocious wildfire has consumed more than 14,000 acres since it started yesterday. Caitlyn Jenner’s home reportedly burned down, the Kardashians were forced to evacuate their properties and The Western Town at Paramount Ranch, which was often used for “Westworld”, has been destroyed.
“The Bachelor” home Villa De La Vina was built in 2005.