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...
Way harsh, Ty Chris Harrison! The Bachelor and Bachelorette host clearly has no idea what average Americans look like today - because he believes there will never be a normal-looking leading man on the hit ABC dating series! In a new interview, Chris was brutally honest with his idea of television perfection, revealing there will never be [...]
Catherine Giudici took a shot at new husband Sean Lowe’s sexual prowess on Monday’s “Bachelor: Women Tell All” special. Before Juan Pablo and his eliminated “Bachelor” contestants took the stage, Chris Harrison interviewed Giudici and Lowe about their post-married life together.
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison says that the women who got sent home earlier in the show were particularly upset with how Juan Pablo seemed to treat the process.
This has easily been one of the most intriguing seasons we’ve ever had on this show. Because of this, I’ve
The ladies of The Bachelor were feisty on Monday's Women Tell All, but not amongst each other. Instead of the usual cattiness, this time around the group banded together to attack Juan Pablo. From Andi's follow-up of last episode's ending...Show More Summary
After 27 seasons of almost painful heterosexuality, we were not optimistic that either “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” would introduce a gay or lesbian contestant. I mean, it took them this long to finally have a Latino “Bachelor.” And in an interview this weekend with The New York Times Magazine, longtime host Chris Harrison pretty much [...]
One of Juan Pablo's eliminated ladies is rumored to be engaged while host Chris Harrison shares his thoughts on possibly being the next Bachelor and reveals other insider secrets in this week's roundup.
Chris Harrison is pro-equality and pro-gay marriage, but he still doesn't think we'll see a gay "Bachelor" any time soon. The host tells the New York Times that he doesn't think ABC will stray from its hit formula -- it's still doing well, so why change?
After 27 seasons of hosting ABC’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Chris Harrison knows a thing or two about the game of love. And since he's the host of a televised dating competition, his knowledge should be regarded as the gospel. In an interview with the Times Magazine, Harrison shares... More »
To say that Chris Harrison has emerged as The Bachelor's breakout star implies that there was a time in which he wasn't. Which is sort of false: as the host of the show, he's more visible than any star or contestant has ever been. That...Show More Summary