Michael Stagliano and Lindzi Cox
The new cast of ABC's Bachelor Pad has been announced, and it includes Season 2 winner Michael Stagliano, Ben Flajnik's runner-up Lindzi Cox, five "super fans" of the show and two rejects from Emily Maynard's current season of The Bachelorette.
Holly Durst and Blake Julian
Bachelor Pad stars Holly Durst and Blake Julian wed Saturday in Greenville, S.C., People reports.
The couple said "I do" at...
Stephen Stagliano and DeAnna Pappas
DeAnna Pappas officially shed her bachelorette title Saturday, marrying Stephen Stagliano, People reports.
The former Bachelorette, 29, and Stagliano, 27, tied the knot in her home state of Georgia. The bride wore a strapless Disney Bridal wedding gown with a birdcage veil and cowboy boots.
It's a double engagement — to twins — for former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants
The couple were set up by...
Bachelor Pad, Michael Stagliano
Bachelor Pad winner Michael Stagliano wishes the best for his ex-fianceé Holly Durst and hopes her new fiancé Blake Julian proves him wrong.
"I don't think Blake is the nicest guy in the world. My hope is that I'm wrong and that Holly doesn't back out of another engagement," Michael tells TVGuide.com.
While Michael Stagliano won $125,000 on Bachelor Pad, he lost ex-fiancé Holly Durst to fellow contestant Blake Julian. The 27-year-old winner spoke to reporters about learning of the engagement on television, how he really feels about the couple, and what he plans to do with the money.
Bachelor Pad, Holly Durst and Michael Stagliano
It was tough enough being in the Bachelor Pad house with your ex-fiance, but on the taped finale Michael Stagliano learned that Holly Durst and fellow contestant Blake Julian were recently engaged. While host Chris Harrison says that they did their best to be delicate with how Michael — and America — would find out, he's surprised with how Holly handled the situation. Read on for more about what went down, what viewers didn't see and why Harrison "isn't buying what Vienna is selling."
Holly Durst, Michael Stagliano
He should have kept the money. After all, he lost the girl.
Last night, the finale of Bachelor Pad pit exes-turned-teammates Michael and Holly against one another in one last challenge that asked them to individually decide to either share the 250K prize or claim it all for themselves. Normally (or as normal as this hormonal parade can get), we'd expect them to strategize beforehand and agree to go 50/50.
While Erica Rose got eliminated on this week's Bachelor Pad, she didn't go down without a fight — or without trying to get some. Host Chris Harrison weighs in on the "savvy, but underestimated black widow," why he thinks Holly is getting vilified for her love triangle, and how he's shocked by Kasey's name-dropping fight with Vienna. Plus: Get ready for next week's three-hour finale!
Bachelor Pad, Graham and Michelle
On this week's Bachelor Pad, Melissa's emotions finally lead to her dismissal, Blake and Holly continued to develop a romance, Erica tried to massage her way to a new partner and of course, there was a kissing contestant. Host Chris Harrison tells us how the contestants tried to get out of the competition (again) and why he calls Graham and Michelle the mob bosses in the house.
Viewers tuning into the Bachelor Pad premiere might've been expecting a Jake and Vienna showdown, but instead the one-time Bachelor gave his ex-fiance the immunity rose. Host Chris Harrison calls the decision the stupidest thing Jake could've ever done. Harrison shares his insight into the move that shook the house up and why Vienna's boyfriend Kasey will prove to be the strongest player this season. Plus: Why does Harrison think Justin "Rated R" would've done well in the game had he not been cut Week 1?