Whether you liked it or not, Nicki Minaj's Grammys outfit was memorable — leopard print, bird's-nest hair and all.
For Minaj, picking the wild getup was easy. "I saw it on the runway and asked Givenchy if they could make it in my size," Minaj told Chris Harrison on TV Guide Network's coverage of the Grammys red carpet.
What do Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Harrison have in common? The movie Bounce.
"I was reporter No. 15," he told TVGuide.com of his role in the film. "I was at the very end of the movie when Ben Affleck is sitting on the bed and I'm on the news recapping the entire story."
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Chris Harrison knows viewers dislike Michelle, but he feels people have to give Brad time to figure it out. In the weekly TVGuide.com chat with The Bachelor host, he explains how Michelle uses her looks to get her way, why he was surprised Chantal dropped the L-bomb so early on and if Brad will be in a better mood next week.
Please explain why Michelle is still around.
Chris Harrison: People need to understand this was really the first week where Michelle started to annoy him. For the viewer, this has been happening since Week 1, but all he's seen is the sexy woman who always challenges him and then makes out with him. And she's hot. Let's face it...
Although viewers may take issue with The Bachelor's date to the race track this week, host Chris Harrison maintains it a was positive experience for both Brad and Emily, whose race car driver-fiancé died seven years ago.
"We have a finite amount of time [and] they have to tackle this issue," he tells TVGuide.com.
While the group date may have been controversial, and the two-on-one date was emotional, Shawntel's shopping spree was the most desirable. Harrison talks more about each date in detail, what happened in Las Vegas that we didn't see, and why the reality show's format is changing for the...
The Oscars may be the star of the awards season, but Chris Harrison says he looks forward to the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
"It's the cast of Modern Family running into the cast of True Grit," he says. "Usually these people are fans of each other, so you get those moments you don't usually get at the Oscars, where everyone's a little more buttoned up."
Emily, Brad Womack
Never mind what happened on this week's episode of The Bachelor. All anyone can talk about is the preview footage for next week, in which it appears that Brad takes Emily, aka the one whose late fiancé was a NASCAR driver, to a racetrack! Host Chris Harrison warns people not to prejudge the unorthodox date, saying it will be therapeutic, not exploitative. Plus: Harrison explains how Chantal scored the lucky "helicopter date" and Brad stops by our studio to weigh in.
Miss Nebraska Teresa Scanlan was named Miss America, becoming the youngest winner since 1933.
The 17-year-old recent high school graduate is also the first Miss Nebraska to win the title. Scanlan played "White Water Chopsticks" on piano for the talent competition and spoke about eating disorders.
Following her reign, she plans to attend law school and hopes to become a politician. She said she'll register to vote as...
Although Ashley H. received the first Bachelor one-on-one date and she and Brad quickly developed a bond, host Chris Harrison warns that she may get hit hard with "first-date syndrome."
While the season's first date went well, it was a tougher road to the rose for Jackie, who alarmed Brad when she revealed her lack of past relationships. Harrison weighs in on why Jackie raised a red flag and says he was surprised that Keltie, who he calls "cute on a stick," got axed so quickly.
The ladies of The Bachelor have moved into their mansion and it's time to start the dates with Brad.
"Use your time wisely," Chris Harrison warns the women. Ashley H. is the lucky winner who receives the very first one-on-one. As she and Brad head off, they venture onto a dark dirt road where it appears they could be starring in a teaser for Law & Order: SVU. But, of course, it's just The Bachelor, and after Brad instructs Ashley to flip a switch, lights come on to reveal they're in an insanely awesome carnival. Thank you, ABC, now I expect my own personal carnival on my next date.
TV Guide Network is gearing up for another season of awards show coverage, with Chris Harrison returning as both host and executive producer.
"We'll bring viewers inside Hollywood's most celebrated events with exclusive interviews with the biggest names in film and television," Harrison said in a statement. "It will be live TV at its best."
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The season of coverage begins with ...