“Pray for Malibu and ‘The Bachelor’ mansion.”

These were the words “Bachelor” franchise creator Mike Fleiss tweeted Friday as flames and smoke consumed the area around the regal dwelling — which has served as the backdrop for ABC’s “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” since 2007.

Fleiss tweeted a picture of flame, smoke and devastation.

ABC’s community truth leader Rob Turbines retweeted the footage, including, “sure #TheBachelor Mansion is in grave hazard.”

The Agoura Hills mansion is within the trail of the 14,000-acre Woolsey hearth which has unfold during the house and Malibu Friday, inflicting citizens corresponding to Kim Kardashian and Woman Gaga to escape below necessary evacuation.

When critics on Twitter criticized Fleiss for in the hunt for prayers for the mansion, Fleiss fired again pronouncing he referred to as for prayers for the town at risk.

“What a part of ‘pray for Malibu’ confuses you idiots. I are living in Malibu! My center is damaged,” he wrote, including an expletive for the critics. 

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Every season of the truth display starts with the beginning contestants transferring into the house, which serves because the set for the primary few weeks.

The Hollywood Reporter said Friday that the again patio of the “Bachelor” homestead was once burning and the flames had been transferring in opposition to the home. The decrease area, which is frequently used as manufacturing headquarters, has been destroyed.

“The Bachelor” is these days filming the impending 23rd season with Colton Underwood, however isn’t in manufacturing on the mansion, THR reported.

The display’s manufacturers launched a observation Saturday via Warner Bros. Tv pronouncing “we have no idea the present standing of the house.”

This is the whole observation:

“The ‘Bachelor Mansion’ is a non-public house in some of the present burn spaces of Los Angeles. The world has been closed to visitors so we have no idea the present standing of the house. It’s basically a non-public place of abode, and our major worry is with the circle of relatives who has been displaced, their neighbors, and all of the communities impacted by means of this tragic hearth. We thank the tireless efforts of the primary responders right here in Los Angeles County and around the State.”

 

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