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Production of ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise” has been suspended after allegations of misconduct, according to a spokesperson for the show.
Warner Bros., the production company behind the series, released a statement to CNNMoney on Monday.
“We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ in Mexico. We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations. Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action,” the statement read.
Warner Bros. has not specified the nature of the allegations. Warner Bros., like CNNMoney, shares the parent company Time Warner.
Production of the fourth season of “Bachelor in Paradise” had begun recently in Sayulita, Mexico. The show is scheduled to return on ABC in early August.
“Bachelor in Paradise” features alumni from “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.” The contestants live together at a beach house, “hoping to turn a potential summer fling into the real thing.”
Commentator Reality Steve, who blogs about the “Bachelor” franchise and has gained a following for his spoilers each season, tweeted a picture of the current “Bachelor in Paradise” cast on Sunday at an airport.
“Here’s most of the cast at the airport an hour ago,” he wrote. “Being told they’re being flown to Houston. Still don’t know what’s going on.”
That photo was originally posted by Instagram user “AprilAnnStyles,” who wrote “Was sad leaving Puerto Vallarta BUT THEN this happened at the airport!!”
Contestant Robby Hayes tweeted, “What happens in paradise, stays in paradise.”
It’s unclear if “Bachelor in Paradise” will premiere as scheduled later this summer.
ABC has not yet responded to CNNMoney’s request for comment on this story.
Adam West, who earned a place in American pop culture history with his campy portrayal of the title character in the classic 1960s TV series “Batman,” has died at age 88, his family said on Saturday.
West, who was so closely identified with Batman for the rest of his life that it was both a blessing and a curse for him, died on Friday evening after a short struggle with leukemia, his representative told Variety.
“He was the greatest. We’ll miss him like crazy,” his family said on the actor’s Twitter page.
The live-action “Batman” show, starring West along with Burt Ward as his sidekick Robin and a collection of colorful villains, was inspired by a long-running comic book series. It ran only three seasons from 1966 to 1968 on the ABC network, but became a television phenomenon and cult classic. It also spawned a “Batman” feature film in 1966.
West portrayed Batman and his alter ego Bruce Wayne as painfully earnest, straight-laced, clean-cut and trustworthy. The darker aspects of the Batman character – mined so successfully in later film versions – were ignored.
The show’s various memorable villains – Cesar Romero as the Joker, Frank Gorshin as the Riddler, Burgess Meredith as the Penguin and Julie Newmar as Catwoman – were allowed to chew the scenery. Numerous Hollywood luminaries stepped in to play Batman’s demented adversaries in the show’s 120 episodes.
“He was bright, witty and fun to work with,” Newmar said on Saturday in a statement. “I will miss him in the physical world and savor him always in the world of imagination and creativity.”
After the cancellation of the series, West found it difficult to land other acting jobs, even though he was an established film and TV actor, because he had become so linked to the Batman role.
Eventually he came to accept that his identity was closely intertwined with the masked crime-fighting hero in the black cape whether he liked it or not. He often was hired to play a comically fictionalized version of himself in live-action and animated roles and became a successful voice actor.
On the long-running animated series “Family Guy,” he provided the voice of the character Mayor Adam West. He played himself for years on the animated “The Fairly OddParents” and appeared on the venerable animated series “The Simpsons.” West also voiced the Caped Crusader and other characters in numerous animated incarnations of Batman.
“We had some very good writers for the original show,” West said in a 2010 interview with the Slice of SciFi website. “They saw the craziness, the comedy. You know, just as he’s about to put her in (jail), Batman says to Catwoman, ‘You give me curious stirrings in my utility belt.’ That’s funny stuff.”
In protecting Gotham City from super criminals, Batman and Robin invariably would find their lives threatened in some fiendish trap, only to escape using their endless ingenuity.
For example, Robin was once nearly swallowed alive by a giant clam in an episode with the Joker. Batman and Robin were nearly turned into frozen desserts – Frosty Freezies – in an episode with famed film director Otto Preminger as Mr. Freeze.
Like some other actors who became inseparable in the minds of fans from a character they played – Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock on “Star Trek” is another example – West long resented his association with Batman but learned to like it.
“I think it was a very simple deduction. I think any intelligent person would come to the same conclusion,” he said in 2010. “And that is: if I am being turned down for other roles because of my association with Batman, then maybe what I should do is really embrace Batman. Pursue it and keep it alive, which is what I’ve been trying to do for 30 years.”
Bob Kane, who created Batman in 1939, seemed to agree. West kept a drawing of Batman by Kane, who inscribed it: “To my buddy, Adam, who breathed life into my pen and ink creation.”
While struggling to land post-Batman acting roles, West turned to making personal appearances wearing the Batman cape and cowl – some rather undignified, as when he appeared on a Memphis pro wrestling program opposite wrestler Jerry “The King” Lawler.
West was born as William “Billy” Anderson in Washington state in 1928. He took the name Adam West when he came to Hollywood in 1959.
Pre-“Batman,” he co-starred in the 1965 Three Stooges feature film “The Outlaws Is Coming” and the 1964 sci-fi film “Robinson Crusoe on Mars.” But it was his performance in a TV commercial that caught the notice of the “Batman” producers.
“They’d seen a series of commercials I’d done for Nestle Quick instant milkshake in which I did a kind of spoof on the James Bond character,” West told Bizarre magazine in 2004. “They saw the commercials and thought, ‘Hey, maybe this is the guy that can play the character in the way that we envision it.'”
(Additional reporting By Frank McGurty in New York and Alex Dobuzinskis in Los Angeles,; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Marguerita Choy)
Jerry Seinfeld turned down a hug from a famous fan three times — and he has zero regrets.
“I’m 63, I don’t know every pop star… I don’t know everyone,” the comic told Us Weekly on snubbing singer Kesha earlier this week. “I’m not [a hugger].”
The moment was captured in a now-viral video.
He added, “I was right in the middle of an interview, it was a little off. When you get to be my age and you’ve done a couple things, you have your own reality, in my reality… I don’t hug a total stranger. I have to meet someone, say ‘hello.’ I gotta start somewhere… hug isn’t first moment of a human, two humans. I never did that.”
The star joked he had a “borderline harassment case” on his hands. But in all seriousness, he meant no harm with the awkward snub.
“I’m sure I would’ve liked her,” he insisted. “But I need to know who are you.”
The video showed Kesha interrupting an interview Seinfeld was doing with a local reporter ahead of the “Night of Laughter & Song” event at the Kennedy Center on Monday.
While Kesha insisted on getting a hug, Seinfeld repeatedly declined, backing off and telling her, “no thanks” during the exchange.
Kesha quickly walked away while Seinfeld laughed and told the reporter he “didn’t know who that was.” He said that he wished her the best after being told it was Kesha, but still did not appear to know who the entertainer was.
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Kylie Jenner slipped into a skimpy outfit to debut her new camo collection.
The camouflaged-themed line will go on sale online on Thursday. Jenner also shared a revealing Instagram video modeling an outfit from the collection.
The 19-year-old, who became a star along with the rest of her family on E!’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” is no stranger to showing some skin. She often posts risqué photos on her ever-growing social media accounts.
Jenner is currently the second-most popular member of her family on social media. She currently has nearly 95 million Instagram followers, while her older half-sister Kim Kardashian has 100 million followers.
The camo collection is the latest business venture for the starlet. She has a successful cosmetics business and a clothing line with her sister Kendall.
Josh Duhamel is having a ball with his latest role.
The 44-year-old actor was recently name the first-ever Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot Ambassador where he’ll rally fans to vote for their favorite team, leading up to this year’s All-Star Game. But that’s the only kind of voting Duhamel feels like discussing. He opened up to Fox News about why’s he’s stayed away from weighing in on politics.
He also got candid on being a father to 3-year-old son Axel, as well as the secret behind his lasting marriage to singer Fergie:
Fox News: You’ve described having a love/hate relationship with social media.
Duhamel: Social media helps people communicate. That’s just a part of [the] reality we’re living today. That’s how people get their news, that’s how people share news — back in the day you had to actually watch the news on television or read the paper. Now, everything is so instantaneous because of social media. I don’t like to share too much of my private life because to me it just doesn’t feel right. I do sometimes because I may think a moment is funny, cute or harmless. But it’s also an opportunity to do a lot of good. It really is.
You can give exposure to charities or events around the world that may not be getting the attention they need. And for me, social media is great for that. And it’s helped me tremendously to talk about things that I think need attention. I don’t necessary think it’s important to tell people how to vote. That’s one thing I don’t do. I don’t like to get involved politically at all. Nobody cares what I think politically. Anybody in entertainment who thinks people care what they think politically are really misinformed. That’s one thing I stay away from. I stay away from politics because nobody cares what I think.
Fox News: What’s the secret behind your lasting relationship with Fergie?
Duhamel: Our relationship has really evolved over the years. We really, really like each other and like spending time around each other. We’ve been through so much together that it’s just a whole different level from what it was before. I think at the end of the day we just like each other. We obviously love each other, but I think it’s very important that we really like each other too.
Fox News: You’re a huge baseball fan. How this is game ballot different from anything out there?
Josh Duhamel: Well, it’s different in that people can actually go online now and vote. Before there were actual paper ballots that were handed out at the stadiums… You know, it’s very much about including the fans and giving them a voice in this whole thing. To be able to be the first-ever ambassador for Esurance is pretty exciting. I get to go hang out with the fans and for me, that’s fun.
Fox News: What’s a game day like for your family?
Duhamel: The only thing I can really say is when we go to Dodger games it’s pretty fun. The first game we ever took Axel to was pretty exciting. I got to throw the first pitch. Ferg and Ax were both with me. We got to go see Vin Scully in his last year. He gave me advice on how to throw out the first pitch. Axel got to go on the field and say, ‘Let’s play some baseball!’ — he said ‘Time for Dodger baseball’ on the mic and I was like, ‘Woah, he did it!’ He’s 3 so he doesn’t have a long attention span.
Fox News: You’ve mentioned how you’re ready to be a sports dad with your son Axel.
Duhamel: I’ve always wanted to be the dad who coached and got to be part of the Little League stuff. But at the same time, now that I am a father and Axel’s 3-and-a-half years old, he’s shown attention to sports and superheroes. I’ll make up little challenges for him like, ‘I bet you can’t throw that ball back across that fence!’ He’ll go, ‘Oh, yeah?’ and try. Without even knowing, he’s learning how to throw a baseball. Or, I’ll have a ball and go, ‘I bet you can’t whack this thing with your sword!’ And he’ll try to hit the ball with his sword. Indirectly, I guess I’m teaching him how to play baseball.
But, I’m not going to be someone who pushes it on him. I think sports are important for kids, I really do. It teaches you how to win, it teaches you how to lose. It teaches you how to work with team — all those things that come with sports I think are valuable in life. People always say, ‘You gotta learn how to win,’ but it’s just as important to learn how to lose. You take a loss, pick yourself up from the ground, and move on. One of the most important things I learned from sports is you gotta keep going.