Keira Maguire offers a BRUTAL response to Bachelor in Paradise being cancelled

Reality TV villain Keira Maguire owes her fame to the Bachelor franchise. 

But that didn’t stop the 34-year-old from taking a savage swipe upon hearing the news that Bachelor In Paradise has been cancelled.  

Keira slammed the spin off and said she’s relieved that Channel 10 pulled it from it’s 2021 line up, saying it’s ‘such a s**t show.’

Ouch: Keira Maguire (pictured) offered a BRUTAL response to Bachelor in Paradise being cancelled this week – and then was slammed by Jamie Doran for her comment

But Bachelor in Paradise star Jamie Doran, 40, unleashed on Keira on Instagram on Thursday night, calling her a hypocrite for going on the show twice and reportedly earning a whopping $50,000 for this year’s season.  

Meme account Bachie Funny shared a screenshot of Keira’s comment, that said: ‘Thank God, such a s**t show,’ underneath a cancellation announcement. 

Jamie offered a scathing response to Keira in the comments and then got into a spat about her with other fans. 

Not holding back: Meme account Bachie Funny shared a screenshot of Keira's comment, that said: 'Thank God, such a s**t show,' underneath a cancellation announcement

Not holding back: Meme account Bachie Funny shared a screenshot of Keira’s comment, that said: ‘Thank God, such a s**t show,’ underneath a cancellation announcement

Not having it: Jamie Doran, 40, (right) unleashed on Keira on Instagram on Thursday night, calling her a hypocrite for going on the show twice and reportedly earning a whopping $50,000 for this year's season

Not having it: Jamie Doran, 40, (right) unleashed on Keira on Instagram on Thursday night, calling her a hypocrite for going on the show twice and reportedly earning a whopping $50,000 for this year’s season

Speaking out: 'They only paid you 50K, Keira McNuggets! And you have been on it 102567963896 times. What the actual f**k?!' Jamie wrote

Speaking out: ‘They only paid you 50K, Keira McNuggets! And you have been on it 102567963896 times. What the actual f**k?!’ Jamie wrote

‘They only paid you 50K, Keira McNuggets! And you have been on it 102567963896 times. What the actual f**k?!’

He appeared to be referring to Keira when he added: ‘She’s the biggest bully in the history of the Bachelor franchise.’

Bachelor star Tara Pavlovic chimed in, saying: ‘You can go on a show and look back at your experience and think it’s s**t. I know from experience I feel the same way as Keira. No need to slam her.’

Defending Keira: Bachelor star Tara Pavlovic (pictured) chimed in, saying: 'You can go on a show and look back at your experience and think it's s**t. I know from experience I feel the same way as Keira. No need to slam her'

Defending Keira: Bachelor star Tara Pavlovic (pictured) chimed in, saying: ‘You can go on a show and look back at your experience and think it’s s**t. I know from experience I feel the same way as Keira. No need to slam her’

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He's furious: Jamie then hit back at Tara, saying Keira carries on with 'nonsense' and that he'll keep slamming Keira

He’s furious: Jamie then hit back at Tara, saying Keira carries on with ‘nonsense’ and that he’ll keep slamming Keira

Jamie then hit back at Tara saying Keira’s antics are ‘nonsense.’

‘She bags it out, but then keeps coming back. I’ll keep slamming her whilst she continues with this nonsense.’ 

He added that Keira is a ‘horrible person.’ 

Another fan slammed Jamie and said he was a ’40 year old trying to be cool’ and said it was ‘sad.’

Jamie hit back, saying: ‘Isn’t Keira almost 40?’ 

Keira, who made her Bachelor debut on Richie Strahan’s season in 2016, appeared in the first season of Paradise in 2018 where she found love with Jarrod Woodgate.

Claim to fame: Keira made her Bachelor debut on Richie Strahan's season in 2016 and then appeared in the first season of Paradise in 2018. She also appeared on the show this year

Claim to fame: Keira made her Bachelor debut on Richie Strahan’s season in 2016 and then appeared in the first season of Paradise in 2018. She also appeared on the show this year

She and Jarrod had a rocky relationship before finally ending things in August 2019 – just in time for the blonde to sign up for another season of Paradise. 

According to the So Dramatic! podcast, most cast members appearing Channel Ten’s Bachelor In Paradise take home approximately $500 to $1,000 for a day’s work.

‘Some contestants were able to bargain and get $1,000 a day… and then people like Keira can demand more,’ the host explained in a recent episode.

‘I heard Keira’s fee was close to $50,000, but honestly that’s just a rumour and not confirmed because contract negotiations are very confidential.’

Channel 10 confirmed this week that Bachelor in Paradise won’t be returning next year.  

However, it’s believed the reality TV spin-off will air in 2022.

Not bad! According to the So Dramatic! podcast, most cast members appearing Channel Ten's Bachelor In Paradise take home approximately $500 to $1,000 for a day's work. Keira was reportedly paid $50,000 for her stint on the show

Not bad! According to the So Dramatic! podcast, most cast members appearing Channel Ten’s Bachelor In Paradise take home approximately $500 to $1,000 for a day’s work. Keira was reportedly paid $50,000 for her stint on the show

‘We love all the excitement, drama and of course love that Bachelor in Paradise brings, but we have decided to rest it in 2021,’ a spokesperson said.

Bachelor in Paradise, which premiered in 2018, was noticeably absent from Channel 10’s 2021 Upfronts presentation on Thursday.

Based on the American format of the same name, the reality series brings together contestants from past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for a second chance at love. 

Cancelled: Channel 10 confirmed this week that Bachelor in Paradise won't be returning next year. However, it's believed the reality TV spin-off will air in 2022. Pictured is Ciarran Stott

Cancelled: Channel 10 confirmed this week that Bachelor in Paradise won’t be returning next year. However, it’s believed the reality TV spin-off will air in 2022. Pictured is Ciarran Stott

The spin-off doesn’t usually perform as well in the ratings as the main programs, but its figures were particularly disappointing this year. 

Just 539,000 people watched the finale on Sunday, August 9.

Warner Bros. Australia, the company that produces Bachelor in Paradise, is also being sued by ex-contestant Jamie Doran over his negative portrayal – but it’s believed this hasn’t influenced 10’s decision to ‘rest’ the program.

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will return next year.

Lacklustre ratings: The spin-off doesn't usually perform as well in the ratings as the main programs, but its figures were particularly disappointing this year. Just 539,000 people watched the finale on Sunday, August 9

Lacklustre ratings: The spin-off doesn’t usually perform as well in the ratings as the main programs, but its figures were particularly disappointing this year. Just 539,000 people watched the finale on Sunday, August 9

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