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.
Holly Durst and Blake Julian
Bachelor Pad stars Holly Durst and Blake Julian wed Saturday in Greenville, S.C., People reports.
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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?
Even in the heat of August, there's still some trash that just smells like roses.
Oh come on, you know you love it. Ever since ABC announced that it was bringing back last summer's Bachelor Pad, fans of the dating-and-mating series have been salivating over the drama being drummed up for round 2. After all, just the reunion of notorious exes (and famewhores) Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi was enough of a reason to toss aside your rational thought and take a peek. Would she cry? Yes. Would he try to excuse his hateful behavior during their televised break-up? Over and over. Would the rest of the house be able to compare? You betcha...
What do you get when you put two formerly engaged couples in a house with 14 other singles? An entertaining disaster known as Bachelor Pad 2.
Chris Harrison: Bachelor Pad premiere will be three hours
After an explosive breakup, Vienna Girardi and Jake Pavelka are reuniting for the reality show, and Girardi is joined by her current boyfriend, The Bachelorette's Kasey Kahl. His Season 6 castmate Craig Robinson tells TVGuide.com in the video below that that there's definitely some animosity there — which is the understatement of the year if you've seen the preview.
Jake Pavelka, Vienna Girardi
The Bachelor Pad premiere is going to be a whopping three hours, host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com.
"I would never say this about any TV show because I honestly don't think any TV show deserves to be three hours, but I don't even know if three hours is enough for Bachelor Pad," Harrison says. "ABC looked at the footage and can't believe it ... That just goes to show you how good and mind-blowing it's going to be."
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Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi
As expected, Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi, who fell in love on Season 14 of The Bachelor and then fell out on the season's reunion, will share the screen once again on Season 2 of Bachelor spin-off Bachelor Pad. Stirring the drama further, Girardi's current flame, Kasey Kahl of The Bachelorette Season 6, also has been cast...
Bentley and Ashley
If you thought The Bachelorette has had its share of bad boys in Wes Hayden or Justin Rego, well, they don't even compare to this season's Bentley.
"Bentley is beyond disrespectful," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com. And while Ashley hasn't seen that in him just yet, next week's episode will devastate her, Harrison adds.
With a second season of Bachelor Pad now officially in the works, we asked previous Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants whether they'd be up for the spin-off series. While some have no doubts about doing it, others were a bit more conflicted.
"The wounds were still a little raw from Bachelor, but now that I've had time to cool down a little bit it's something I'd consider," Season 14 Bachelor contestant Rozlyn Papa said. "But it's going to be a tougher decision."
This season's "Men Tell All" episode of The Bachelorette was light-hearted and fun — because two of this season's most talked-about contestants, Justin and Frank, weren't there. As Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com, Justin chose not to show, while Frank was purposely excluded so that he could appear on next week's "After the Finale Rose." Harrison shares what didn't make it on this week's episode — including Derrick (aka "Shooter") explaining why he chose to tell such an embarrassing story on Night One — and also which of the final two men remaining, Roberto and Chris L., is the overwhelming favorite to win Ali's heart.