Cobie Smulders and Neil Patrick Harris
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12. 'Til Death Do Us Part Award: It took another nine years, but a second Bachelorette couple ties the knot! In an ABC special, Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum get married in a Bachelor alum-studded ceremony officiated by host Chris Harrison. As with any Bachelor-related event, there are a bunch of cheesy, staged moments, but their emotional ...
Sean Lowe may have had his heart broken on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette, but he's back and sexier than ever as he searches for love on the new season of The Bachelor.
On the latest installment, which debuts Monday, Jan. 7 at 8/7c on ABC, the 28-year-old Texan will narrow down the field of 26 women before handing out his final rose. But Lowe isn't just the All-American boy-next-door we previously saw. Instead, viewers will also see that he's funny, he loves showing off his bod, and he isn't playing by the rules. Since TVGuide.com got an early peek at the premiere, we're sharing what to expect, by the numbers, from the newest season.
J.P. Rosenbaum and Ashley Hebert
Bachelorette star Ashley Hebert married J.P. Rosenbaum Saturday in Pasadena, Calif., People reports.
Kristin Chenoweth, Jake Pavelka
He might not be a Bachelor for long.
Jake Pavelka was spotted on a date with actress Kristin Chenoweth earlier this week, Life & Style reports.
Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum
Good news, Bachelor and Bachelorette fans — hope is not yet lost!
Weeks after Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson confirmed their split, ABC announced it will televise the wedding of...
Bachelor Pad has had its outrageous moments in the past three seasons, but none was more shocking and acrimonious than when Nick chose to keep the grand prize winnings to himself and leave his partner Rachel with nothing.
Bachelor Pad Finale: Who Won?
Rachel Trueheart and Nick Peterson
In a tense and frankly surprising ending on the Bachelor Pad Season 3 finale, Nick Peterson came out the sole victor, taking home the $250,000 prize. But how did Rachel get cut from the winnings? And which couple got engaged? Read on to see what went down.
"Money is ugly."
Who knew that when we first heard Rachel say that during a preview for this season of Bachelor Pad, she'd be talking about the decision that could ruin her relationship with her best friend Jaclyn.
On the penultimate episode of the ABC reality series, Nick and Rachel dominated the final challenge and got to choose whether Chris and Sarah or Ed and Jaclyn would join them in the finale. Shockingly, Rachel went along with her partner's wishes and ousted her bestie. Below, host Chris Harrison shares why he feels sorry for Rachel and previews next week's "wild" finale. Plus: What was it like rocking out with '80s band Night Ranger?
It's the penultimate episode of Bachelor Pad, and we're down to the final four couples. At this point, the game really comes down to winning challenges. So, who's one step closer to the $250,000 prize? Let's find out.
Chris Harrison announces that after the next competition, one couple will leave immediately. The teams go outside for "Hanging by a Thread," which challenges the players' brains and brawn.
Bachelor Pad host Chris Harrison admits he was shocked by the outcome of this week's spelling bee competition.
"I did not foresee Chris and Sarah being such a force," he tells TVGuide.com. "Ed is a well-educated man and Jaclyn is a smart woman, so I really thought they would do well."