More Bachelor wedding bells are in the air!
Former Bachelor star Elizabeth Kitt married Bachelorette alum Ty Brown over the weekend, Us Weekly reports.
It was a Bachelorette first when Desiree professed her love for one guy over the rest only to be devastatingly rejected.
On the penultimate episode of the ABC reality series, Desiree and the remaining men Brooks, Chris and Drew were in Antigua to go on their fantasy dates. While both Chris and Drew each had romantic outings with Desiree that ended with them accepting their key to the fantasy suite, it was a completely different tune for Brooks. Conflicted, he headed home to talk to his mom and sister only to return and let Desiree know she wasn't the one. So where does this leave us for finale? Host Chris Harrison weighs in.
Brian and Desiree
A week after rapping about being on The Bachelorette for "the right reasons," one suitor proved he was the opposite but genuine when his girlfriend showed up to confront him.
On Monday's episode, Brian's apparent girlfriend Stephanie came to the mansion to confront him for being on the show. (She says she just thought her boyfriend was merely going away on a trip.) Joining the ranks of Wes from Jillian's season, Justin from Ali's season and Bentley from Ashley's season, Brian showed he had ulterior motives and was ultimately dismissed for his dishonesty.
J.P. Rosenbaum and Ashley Hebert
Bachelorette star Ashley Hebert married J.P. Rosenbaum Saturday in Pasadena, Calif., People reports.
Bachelorette alum Kasey Kahl was arrested early Sunday morning after police charged him with felony assault, TMZ reports.
The arrest stems from an altercation at a nightclub in Fresno on Jan. 15, during which Kahl, 29, allegedly beat...
Is Roberto Martinez going to be the next Bachelor?
The 29-year-old insurance agent, who split from fiancée Ali Fedotowsky, has reportedly signed on...
Chris Lambton and Peyton Wright
Chris Lambton, the runner-up on Ali Fedotowsky's season of The Bachelorette, has married The Bachelor alum Peyton Wright, Us Weekly reports.
The Bachelor: Where are they now?
The couple tied the knot Saturday at...
"Controversial" may be an overused word to describe The Bachelor, but with the heat Ben received for the women he cut (ahem, Emily), the one he kept around (eventual winner Courtney) and the decisions he made (skinny-dipping!), there is no better way to sum up this season. We checked in with Chris Harrison, who shares why he feels the hate went too far, if he thinks the engaged couple will last, and why Lindzi didn't seem too upset about her rejection. Plus: Harrison explains the new twist on Bachelor Pad and shares his cast wishlist.
This week's episode of The Bachelor marks my favorite hour of each season — The Women Tell All special! So get your smack-talk ready and let's get to recapping.
But wait! After Chris Harrison introduces the women, we get a sneak peek of the recent Bachelor Nation reunion in Las Vegas. There's lot of making out, a few faces we haven't seen in a while and a lot of casting possibilities for the next season of Bachelor Pad (Ed, Ryan P and Stacey, to name a few.) We also get a glimpse into a possible rekindling of flames between previous Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky and Frank, who left her season for a girl that he's still with.
The Bachelorette, Emily Maynard, Ashley Hebert and Ali Fedotowsky
Welcome to Bachelorette Boot Camp! On a recent afternoon in Los Angeles, newly minted professional dater Emily Maynard — the previous recipient of Brad Womack's final rose will return as the star of the matchmaking show this spring — got a crash course from show alums Ali Fedotowsky (Season 6) and Ashley Hebert (Season 7) on what's ahead. TV Guide Magazine sat in on the single mom's tutorial.