New mom Kourtney Kardashian says she's never been happier…or healthier. Now that son Mason has stopped nursing, she's been able to get her exercise routine back on track, and she says she feels amazing, especially when she's rocking a bikini! "I'm really excited to offer some advice, particularly to new mothers. I'm proof that even after having a baby, you can look better and sexier than ever!"
One thing about The Bachelor and The Bachelorette is that they're ostensibly about finding love but are more about finding hookups. As a result, the show loves to trot out the few remaining successful couples. This week, Crushable revisited last season's Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky, and her fiance Roberto Martinez. They're here to remind us that the show works for some people and do some damage control for Ashley.
You guys, the "Jersey Shore" season four trailer is so gross. Does this mean I'm not going to watch it? No. In fact, I'm already planning a "Jersey Shore" season premiere viewing party with soppressata and limoncello shots. You're only allowed to come if you've got a fake tan and something with an Ed Hardy label. But leave your 'roid rage at the door, please!
In case you were sleeping through last week's episode like me, Ashley starts this week off with a mini recap of the bachelors left standing, also known as Constantine, Ben, J.P. and Ames. She reminisces about her men like she hasn't seen them in years. The Bachelorette Episode 7: Then There Were Six
Enter SallyAnn Salsano, a former Long Island guidette turned mega producer who added a new wrinkle to reality TV when her baby, 'The Jersey Shore,' hit MTV in December of 2009. The show—now entering into its fifth season—has been touted as single-handedly making MTV relevant again by cementing a new batch of celebrities and scoring the network millions in advertising revenue. We sat down with the fast-talking reality TV dynamo and chatted about love, dating and how all the Jersey Shore boys are husband material underneath it all.
Emily Maynard as the next Bachelorette? Heck yeah! Any ABC reality show aficionado knows the drill—the next Bachelor or Bachelorette is always a cast off from the previous cycle. This season's silver medal is Ashley Herbert, whom thanks to Bentley, has brought nothing but nonstop drama, mental breakdowns and tears to the rose-wrangling gig.
There's no doubt that ABC's The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are addictive, soapy fun. The formula works: Each week the star further narrows a group of potential love interests, interacting with them in various contexts, from traditional dates to overnight stays in the "fantasy suite." At least, it works as a TV show; its track record for producing successful relationships is dismal.
As per usual, last night's The Bachelorette did not disappoint. The bachelors roast Ashley and it's a bloodbath. I'm not sure who I felt worse for: Ashley or the audience that had to endure such awful comedy. All of the bachelors are terrible, making small-boob jokes and such, but no joke cut as deep as when William steps up to the mic and completely tears Ashley a new one. What does the not-so-funny man say? Um, basically: "I wish you were Emily. You suck. And you have small boobs."
Oh, Ashley, what have you gotten yourself into? In the first 30 seconds of last night's "Bachelorette," we see Ashley possibly getting married to one guy in Vegas while seeing another guy admit he has zero interest in his Bachelorette—other than in her tight butt.
It appears Bachelor Brad Womack and his final-rose pick, Emily Maynard, were not a match made in reality-TV heaven. A source says the pair have called it quits—for good. If y'all watched The Bachelor: After the Final Rose, this news probably doesn't come as a huge shock. Just a few minutes after America watched Brad ask Emily to marry him with a romantic, heartfelt declaration of affection, he sat down with his (quasi-)fiancée to reveal they'd already been through a tumultuous breakup since the show wrapped.
OMG! Can you believe it’s over!? It seems like just yesterday that 25 scantily clad ladies strutted out of a limo and into Brad Womack’s life. After all this time, Brad finally whittled it down to two: Chantal and Emily—two ladies about as opposite as they come. Chantal is brunette, buxom and bubbly. Emily is blonde, underfed and reserved. Both are sweet girls, and I’m guessing people are split down the middle on who should get the ring. It’s not like in Jake’s season when it was clear he should have chosen Tenley but went with Vienna instead (and we all know how well that worked out).