Bam Bam has been a staple on "Alaskan Bush People" ever since the show started, but now it sounds like he may not even be returning. New reports from Travelers Today are out that Joshua "Bam Bam" Brown is now in South Carolina and may not be coming back again.

What is going on with Joshua "Bam Bam" Brown?

Joshua Brown shared on the show that he was going to be relocating to the lower 48 states because of a woman. Joshua said that she "stirred something inside" that "made his soul wake up." He was really excited about it all, and it sounded like he thought he had found his person!

It turns out that he is dating Allison Kagan, one of the show's crew. The thing is Joshua hasn't revealed that just yet and is staying quiet about who the new girl in his life is and what is exactly going on with them. The fans would love to get to see them on the show together.

On the season finale of the show, they were working hard on Brown Town, and it was pretty hard without Joshua there to help. The family is used to having him by their side, but they also want him to be happy. The rumors are now flying that he won't be back next season at all. The rumors are that he was seen in South Carolina, and some fans claim that he may have purchased a Tiki bar in Eutawville. Nobody seems to know if this is true for sure or not.

If Joshua Brown bought a Tiki bar, that would be a great way to bring him back on the show. They could actually decide to do something with this and film a bit of it for the show if he wanted to do that, but nobody knows for sure. Everyone is just going to have to wait and see what happens with him. Maybe he will come back for a bit for filming and then go back to his new life in the lower 48 states.

If his girlfriend is still working on the show, that would be the perfect reason to go back for a while.

What do you think of Joshua dating a producer from the show "Alaskan Bush People"? Do you think that he will ever change his mind? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Alaskan Bush People" on Discovery.