On Friday, July 21, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer stepped down from his position, but the announcement that he took on an exciting new role came soon after. Chris Harrison, host of all the iterations of The Bachelor, tweeted that — surprise! — Spicer already had a new gig lined up: He'll be replacing Jorge the bartender on Bachelor in Paradise for Season 4. Kidding aside, the truth of the matter here is that Chris Harrison is not immune to making Sean Spicer jokes, either.
According to E! News, BiP bartender Jorge Moreno already has a replacement for BiP Season 4 — which has a two-night premiere date of Aug. 14 and 15 — and it's not Spicer, although he could probably use some time in the sun and surf to improve his mood. Former Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 contestant Wells Adams will be the show's new bartender, E! News reported in June before production of the show was briefly put on hold. (ABC and Warner Brothers had no comment for Bustle on the report that Adams is replacing Moreno.)
As for Moreno, he's reportedly off to greener pastures — or greener paradises. According to E!, he left the show to build his own tour company, Nayarit Uncovered. E! reports that a source claimed, an "emotional" goodbye was filmed for him.
Excited to announce Sean Spicer will replace Jorge on #BachelorinParadise this summer— Chris Harrison (@chrisbharrison) July 21, 2017
If Moreno is, in fact, leaving, fans will miss the bartender who was always there to listen to the woes of the contestants while topping off their glasses. Though Spicer will, of course, never be let loose in such a position, one can only imagine the kind of advice he might try to dispense to a bunch of beautiful people looking for a hookup and just how red his vast forehead would get in the Mexican sun.