Bachelor star Keira Maguire reveals the Bachelor In Paradise resort is actually ‘a dump’

Bachelor star Keira Maguire reveals the Bachelor In Paradise resort is actually ‘a dump’

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It’s promoted as the luxurious resort with beachfront views, pools and private cabanas, where past Bachelor contestants are sent to frolic around and potentially find love.

But former Bachelor In Paradise star, Keira Maguire, has revealed the four-star Mango Bay Resort in Fiji where the dating show is filmed, is anything but.  

‘It’s 40 degrees, they’ve probably all got Fiji belly, I’m not joking,’ the reality starlet said, before describing the place as a ‘dump.’  

'It's a dump': Keira Maguire (pictured) talks the four-star Fijian resort where Bachelor In Paradise is filmed

‘It’s a dump’: Keira Maguire (pictured) talks the four-star Fijian resort where Bachelor In Paradise is filmed

The 32-year-old made the startling confession during The Buzz podcast, which also features Big Brother star Mikkayla Mossop and Joey Carroll.

‘Because the place looks good on TV but it’s a dump,’ Keira said on the podcast. 

Keira and Mikkayla were talking about how good-looking the entire cast is on the show, with Mikkayla saying: ‘There is no photoshopping on TV’.

Keira, who appeared on the show last year, then replied saying that the cast were still able to look good despite their less-than-stellar surroundings.

What do you think? The show is filmed at the four-star Mango Bay Resort in Fiji (pictured)

What do you think? The show is filmed at the four-star Mango Bay Resort in Fiji (pictured)

Would you stay here?  'It's 40 degrees, they've probably all got Fiji belly, I'm not joking,' the reality starlet said (seen is a still from Bachelor In Paradise last year)

Would you stay here?  ‘It’s 40 degrees, they’ve probably all got Fiji belly, I’m not joking,’ the reality starlet said (seen is a still from Bachelor In Paradise last year)

Unimpressed: The Mango Bay Resort is no stranger to housing hard-to-please guests. In 2017, Daily Mail Australia revealed the less-than-stellar reviews the hotel had earned on Tripadvisor

Unimpressed: The Mango Bay Resort is no stranger to housing hard-to-please guests. In 2017, Daily Mail Australia revealed the less-than-stellar reviews the hotel had earned on Tripadvisor

‘Yeah, if they’re looking good in that situation, then they must be good looking,’ Keira said. 

The Mango Bay Resort is no stranger to housing hard-to-please guests.

In 2017, Daily Mail Australia revealed the less-than-stellar reviews the hotel had earned on Tripadvisor.

'One star': One ranting review titled, 'DO NOT STAY HERE,' rated the accommodation a paltry one star out of five

‘One star’: One ranting review titled, ‘DO NOT STAY HERE,’ rated the accommodation a paltry one star out of five

One ranting review titled, ‘DO NOT STAY HERE,’ rated the accommodation a paltry one star out of five.

‘If you are wanting a honeymoon or a luxurious stay in Fiji, AVOID Mango Bay like the plague, you will feel extremely disappointed,’ they wrote.

The guest complained about rude staff, poor WiFi and food described as ‘bang average.’

Ouch: 'If you are wanting a honeymoon or a luxurious stay in Fiji, AVOID Mango Bay like the plague, you will feel extremely disappointed,'one person wrote

Ouch: ‘If you are wanting a honeymoon or a luxurious stay in Fiji, AVOID Mango Bay like the plague, you will feel extremely disappointed,’one person wrote

Located just a drive down the street lies the village of Namatakula, which photos taken by Daily Mail Australia told a vastly different story to the one being filmed on the hit Channel Ten series. 

Home to approximately 2,500 people, the streets are lined with tin-roofed shacks and children earning extra money selling food.

The second series of Bachelor In Paradise is set to return early 2019.

Past Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants already confirmed to star are Richie Strachan, Alex Nation, Brooke Blurton, Cass Wood, Cat Henesy, Vanessa Sunshine and Rachael Gouvignon.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ten for comment, in relation to this story. 

Incoming: The Mango Bay Resort was used for the filming of season one of the hit series and is the setting for series two, set to air on Channel Ten in 2019 (The season two cast are pictured)

Incoming: The Mango Bay Resort was used for the filming of season one of the hit series and is the setting for series two, set to air on Channel Ten in 2019 (The season two cast are pictured)

 

 

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