Discovery Channel's "Alaskan Bush People" is going to miss one cast. Joshua "Bam" Brown, the second-oldest brother in a clan of nine is going to leave the series.

Bam is exiting from the controversial reality hit series after four seasons, leaving his parents and six siblings. "I felt like it was the right time to follow my heart," the 32-year-old reality star said. Reports say that the reason is because he has found the love of his life.

According to Mic, Wednesday's episode revealed that Bam is leaving the family before winter to do something for himself. He explained that he has been "lonely" and "longing for something," breaking the news to Billy and Ami that he was traveling to the lower 48.

According to People, Bam said that adjusting to life in the "lower 48" states hasn't been easy. He said that trying to navigate walking down the sidewalk is an experience. However, meeting fans is really interesting, he said. What also helped in making things easier is the city girl that Bam has fallen "head over heels" for.

Brown confirmed this saying, "she's stirred something inside me and made my soul wake up." No engagement has been announced yet, but he said he hopes they can blend their lives together, and she can take her back to Alaska. Some reports say that Bam is dating an "Alaskan Bush People" crew. Some people say that Bam has been smitten with Allison Kagan for about six months.

Kagan's IMDB page shows she was also the producer of "Teen Mom" and "16 & Pregnant." Fans say they have dug up a photo of his love interest. Some even say that the two got married after he was photographed with a ring on his finger. Bam's departure will air on Wednesday's episode of "Alaskan Bush People" at 9 p.m. ET.