This week's emotionally charged two-part episode of The Bachelorette wrapped up by discussing late contestant Eric Hill following his exit from the show.
On Monday's episode, Eric and Andi got into a confrontation about their relationship not moving forward after their initial one-on-one date. Andi ultimately decided it was best for Eric leave prior to the rose ceremony, but tragically that was the final conversation they'd have before his unexpected death in a paragliding accident in April. As host Chris Harrison tells us in our weekly chat, the show eventually decided to cut the rose ceremony and instead air an intimate conversation between Harrison and Andi about Eric. Read on for more of Harrison's take on the episodes.
Through the years of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, we've seen many of the men and women attempt to carry a tune. However, this week's group date may just take the cake as the worst singing performance from the show yet.
On Sunday's episode, Andi and some of the guys were treated to the vocal stylings of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men. But the guys were in for a surprise when they themselves had to perform everyone's favorite sexy time song "I'll Make Love to You" in front of an audience of 3,000. Needless to say only opera singer Bradley held his own, while the others hilariously failed.
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New Kids on the Block member Jonathan Knight apologized after walking off the stage mid-concert in New York on Thursday.
According to CNN, Knight was visibly out of it during the band's performance of their '80s hit "Hangin' Tough" and then walked off the stage when he was supposed to sing a solo. Although fans chanted for him to return, he never did.
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The days of the Jersey Shore "smush room" are coming to an end.
Jersey Shore final season promos: Slow jams meet Seaside Heights
In this exclusive clip from the MTV show's final season, Snooki and J-Woww disinfect the hookup room. And in continuing with the theme of previous promos, the flashback is set to the tune of the Boyz II Men song "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday."