By not giving out a ring on the final episode of 'The Bachelor', Juan Pablo messed with the show's branding of finding instant love in 10 weeks — but he embodied reality instead.
Find out exactly why host Chris Harrison doesn't think ABC will cast a gay or overweight 'Bachelor' -- but why they absolutely should!
In the ever drama-filled world of The Bachelor, one couple is saying their goodbyes while another is prepping to get hitched for good. Can you guess who's who? According to Hollywood Life, Brad Womack and Emily Maynard have officially called it quits while Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez are finally sealing the deal.
By Krissy Dolor This season of ABC’s The Bachelor has officially begun, and after last night’s episode we can already tell it’s going to be a doozy. Brad Womack has spent the past three years soul searching, trying to get his life back on track after his infamous decision to say goodbye to both Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas.
Watching this season's "The Men Tell All" special last night, two things were evident: First, this is the closest group of guys all vying for the heart of the same girl we've ever seen. Second, everyone—we're looking at you, too, Chris Harrison—really hates Justin. And so, as the debate of whether Roberto or Chris is the better man for Bachelorette Ali inevitably intensifies this week—the final rose ceremony is next Monday, after all—we'd like to draw your attention to another match up: Between Justin Rego and Frank Neuschaefer, who's the bigger jerk?
Although Frank seemed to be the man of Ali's dreams, the bachelorette still has two handsome, eager, adoring and completely different men in front of her: Chris L., the kind-hearted, down-to-earth landscaper from Cape Cod, and Roberto, the sexy, Spanish-speaking former baseball player (with the body to match!). You might look at it as a decision between sugar and spice. So, when it comes to men, which is the better pick? We've sized up the men below. When it comes to men and dating, is it better to opt for sweet and kind or spice and sexy?
Episodes of The Bachelorette tend to be "the most shocking and dramatic yet"—thanks, Jake and Vienna—so we revel in the hometown dates episodes, which lean sweet rather than shocking. This week, on The Bachelorette, we got the hometown dates. Although Ali assured her bachelors that her decision had nothing to do with their families, we can't help but think that had Kirk's father been an avid coin collector instead, Kirk's chances of being in the final three might not have been so slim. Watching Ali's tearful goodbye, we got to thinking: how much can you tell about a significant other by meeting their family?
The women told all, Rozlyn denied everything, and who knows how many production assistants burnt their fingers lighting a hundred, thousand tea lights. Much to our surprise, however, the show yielded some heartfelt, real-world dating tips that could help all of us find love. (Or at least a very, very special connection!) Remember these dating tips the next time you spot that special bachelor or bachelorette.
The Bachelor's "shocking" finale has become a neverending story. MSNBC reports that personal e-mails between Melissa and Jason after their nationally televised breakup reveal her anger and his placement of blame on the show's producers. According to The Hollywood Gossip, Bachelor host Chris Harrison has cleared the air. Melissa did have an inkling and was not blindsided, the site reports. Molly, on the other hand, was completely in the dark before the after-show was filmed.