The Bachelor might have just ended, but like most viewers at home, Chris Harrison is still wondering what the heck happened on Monday night. At the end of the two-hour finale, Juan Pablo sent Clare home, ultimately choosing Nikki. The...Show More Summary
I have had weeks where I’ve found it difficult to write this blog over the years, but nothing compares to
Monday night’s edition of After the Final Rose show following The Bachelor was the most uncomfortable ever thanks to star Juan Pablo Galavis, and his trademark bad boy behavior.… READ ON
Post by Stefanie Favicchio. I'm going to give the douchebag award to Chris Harrison. He was seriously in the wrong for questioning Juan Pablo's feelings for Nikki Ferrell over and over on the season finale of The Bachelor. It was like Juan Pablo broke his contract by not falling in love or something. Show More Summary
"The controversy around Juan Pablo is unlike anything we've ever seen before," host Chris Harrison said at the beginning of Monday night's Bachelor finale, before wondering aloud whether Juan Pablo was "actually here to find love in the first place." Juan Pablo was there "to find love" – he just didn't find the love the show wanted him to find. Read more...
At one point during last night’s three-hour BACHELOR-fest, host Chris Harrison glared at Juan Pablo and his chosen single gal, Nikki, and declared, “I don’t know what I’m looking at!” Apparently, after 18 seasons of THE BACHELOR, nine of THE BACHELORETTE and three of BACHELOR PAD, the poor guy has lost the ability to recognizeRead More
"For some reason [Juan Pablo] just fought it the entire way. He fought the process," says "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison.
Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell opened up on Monday’s “The Bachelor: After the Final Rose” special about their relationship since the show ended. Nikki came out first on her own, and told Chris Harrison, “We’ve been really happy. It’s been great.”
"The Bachelor" finale was filled with many ups and downs (mostly downs), a non-proposal and a mysteriously offensive confrontation in a helicopter. But, during the "After The Final Rose" segment, "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison announced...Show More Summary
On "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" special, host Chris Harrison loses his ever-loving mind.
If you've been watching this season of "The Bachelor," then you know it's probably the MOST dramatic season yet. (Cue the Chris Harrison voiceover). It's understandable when all of us viewers (whether you love or hate the show) complain...Show More Summary
Which of you rose lovers is ready for round two? Yesterday, we launched our Countdown to the Bachelor finale, in
All right Bachelor fans: We are five days away from what ABC is promising will be an explosive and contentious
No one went home this week on The Bachelor but that doesn't mean there was no drama surrounding Juan Pablo and his ladies. While the Women Tell All episode wasn't as explosive as you'd hope it would be, there were still a few heatedShow More Summary
Should the next bachelor on The Bachelor be gay? Chris Harrison, the host of the ABC reality series The Bachelor since 2002, seems to have some reservations about featuring a gay bachelor on a subsequent season. In an interview in which he was asked about the current bachelor’s controversial comments, Harrison stressed that he is... Show More Summary
As Pete throws him out of the house, "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison shouts, "Can't I take a moment, say my goodbyes?!" Ha! Awesome.
Chris Harrison, the host of ABC's The Bachelor, admitted in a new interview that he's not sure that having a gay bachelor star sometime in the future is a good business decision.
The "Trophy Wife" EPs say Pete and Kate's do-over wedding is a great way to introduce yourself to the family if you're new to the show.
Post by Rebecca Stokes. Chris Harrison. You are making it very hard for me to continue being blindly devoted to you these days. Hot off of Juan Pablo's incendiary talk about the possibility of a gay Bachelor, Chris weighed in on the show's future stars, and what he had to say was the opposite of enlightened. Show More Summary
Chris Harrison really enjoys speaking in hyperbole, but it was easy to believe him when he said that Monday night's "Women Tell All" episode of The Bachelor was "unlike" any he had ever hosted before. Why? Because for once, all the women had banded together to hate the Bachelor, not each other. Read more...