Latest social media buzz about the "Alaskan Bush People" revealed that the Brown family might be in Colorado now, as Noah and Rhain are reportedly getting married there.

Noah to tie knot with Rhain

A Facebook page called "Alaskan Bush People Exposed" said that Noah and Rhain's wedding is taking place in Colorado. There were photos which suggest that the couple is in Dolores, Colorado. It was not clear whether the whole family is with them, but the latest update said they left Los Angeles and were later seen in Arizona.

During the finale of "Alaskan Bush People" Season 6, Noah brought up with his family the prospect of having Rhain live with them in Browntown.

This was after Rhain told him that she might have to return to Orlando because she was having a difficult time finding a job or a place to stay in Hoonah.

Shortly after, Noah and Rhain Alisha revealed their engagement through some photos that emerged on social media. In one of the photos, Rhain was smiling at the camera with her hand on Noah's shoulder, showing off an engagement ring. Other photos came out with Rhain holding a wedding planner, which confirmed that the two are already preparing for the wedding.

In addition, there was a hint about the wedding in one of the posts on "Alaskan Bush People" official Twitter page. It stated, "What do you think of Noah's thoughtful gift for his girl?

(And does anyone else hear those wedding bells?)"

ABP filming Season 8?

The "Alaskan Bush People" already finished production for Season 7, and the Brown family and the crew packed up and left Browntown.

ABP Exposed said a crew was spotted filming in Colorado, which could be part of the next season. They even said that Season 8 might premiere in October.

If a production crew is following the Browns in Colorado, it is likely that fans would be able to witness Noah and Rhain's wedding. Furthermore, as the details of Ami's health condition are just starting to unfold in Season 7, a new season is imminent.

The story could focus on the living condition of the Browns as they are forced to live away from the Alaskan wilderness. Billy, Ami, and Matt already confirmed that they are leaving Browntown because Ami is undergoing treatment. In addition, the show's rating soared to the top spot last Wednesday, raking in a 0.6 rating in adults 18-49 with 2.62 million viewers, as reported by TV By The Numbers.

"Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 airs every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.