'Bachelor' Alums React To The 'Bachelor In Paradise' Season 4 Shutdown — UPDATE

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While Bachelor in Paradise is known for booze-fueled nights, hook-ups, and questionable contestants, it has never reached the point of being totally shut down. But on June 11, Warner Brothers confirmed that Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 shut down production very early on in its filming. Warner Brothers released a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, which reads,

Update: On June 20, an ABC spokesperson provided the following statement to Bustle:

Warner Bros.' statement to Bustle read,

Update #2: On Tuesday, Corinne Olympios' lawyer Martin Singer released a statement to Bustle that read,

Earlier: In the wake of this shocking news, past cast members of all the Bachelor shows have been weighing in on social media. It should be noted that the contestants all commented at different times, which means that some of their responses may be colored by how much information was available at the time.

It has always seemed like many of the cast members are very close, and this news seems to have affected many of them. While it is still unclear what exactly happened, these Bachelor alums have shown concern, confusion, and shock, just like most of us watching from home. (And in true Bachelor fashion, a couple of these contestants should probably have kept their mouths shut.)

Caila Quinn

Quinn posted a very sweet and sympathetic message...

Chad Johnson

...while Johnson acted very much like himself.

Tanner Tolbert

Tolbert was sad that the contestants didn't get to enjoy the experience.

Marcus Grodd

Grodd, a BiP alum, sent his well wishes.

Raven Gates

Raven kept it short.

Robby Hayes

This one seems a little unnecessary.

Clare Crawley

As someone who's been on the show before, Clare hopes everything is OK.

Let's hope that that everyone from the current cast is home, safe, and well.