Evan and Carly's wedding was initially supposed to air as part of Bachelor in Paradise's fourth season this summer -- which was slated to premiere August 8 -- but in light of production being "indefinitely" suspended, fans have been wondering whether the engaged couple is going to miss out on the opportunity.
Well, according to multiple sources, the wedding will still be filmed by cameras and eventually air on ABC, E! News reported.
The sources claim Bachelor in Paradise's production team actually stayed in Mexico once the fourth-season cast was sent home in order to prepare for the wedding ceremony, which is reportedly expected to film some time this week.
The air date of Evan and Carly's wedding has yet to be announced, but the pair opened up about their big day in an April interview with E! News.
Evan and Carly, who got engaged on Season 3 ofBachelor in Paradise last summer, were hoping to follow in the footsteps of Jade and Tanner Tolbert, who met on Season 2 of the show and got married in front of ABC cameras for a 20th anniversary special in 2016.
Insiders had told People that Corinne may have been too drunk to properly consent to sexual activity with DeMario, but sources close to the bachelor from Rachel Lindsay's The Bachelorette season told TMZ that Corinne initiated foreplay and then put her genitals in DeMario's face, resulting in oral sex, when in the pool.
Production was suspended once the offended producer filed a complaint with Warner Bros., who decided to conduct an investigation on "allegations of misconduct" on the set of Bachelor in Paradise.
Tanner addressed the scandal on Twitter earlier this week, writing, "It's always sad when the actions of few... affect many. I feel bad for everyone involved... cast and crew... and that people are not going to be able to enjoy an experience that meant so much to us."
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Bachelor in Paradise host Chris Harrison revealed to Good Morning America on Tuesday that facts are quickly being gathered and it's his "sincere hope" there will be a "quick resolution" so everyone can "get back to work very soon."