Chris Harrison Is Back At ‘The Bachelor’ Mansion After The California Wildfires

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“The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison is back at the Bachelor Mansion and shared the news with a photo of the 75,000-square-foot beauty Saturday.

The massive home was damaged during the California wildfires last November, but it looks like the newest season of “The Bachelorette” will be filmed at the mansion location as usual. (RELATED: Remember The Bachelor Mansion? It’s Burning To The Ground In The California Wildfires)

“She’s never looked so gorgeous,” Harrison wrote. “After what our community has been through this year, I’m more grateful than ever to be back home.”

The main house remained intact after the Woolsey fire, but a structure used for production offices did burn down, according to Us Weekly. Construction began on the mansion in January so that the mansion could be ready for filming of “The Bachelorette.”

Harrison is a big supporter of the community of Agoura Hills. He was determined to have the mansion ready for the new season he told The Hollywood Reporter in December.

“We do a lot of good in the community. We shop here, eat here and stay here at the hotels. And dump a lot of money into the community when we shoot here,” Harrison told The Hollywood Reporter. “So my goal is to make sure we get back into the house and use it, especially this season, to show that we’re back and that the city is good. And hopefully, bring the money and the jobs back here.”