On this week's episode of The Bachelor, contestant Emily finally told Brad about her daughter and her fiancé's death. While Brad seemed comfortable with her tragic past, host Chris Harrison says the reveal is only the "tip of the iceberg" for Brad and Emily's relationship. Harrison spoke to TVGuide.com about the hurdles that the couple will face and why both he and Brad think Madison made a...
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.
Bachelor host Chris Harrison says he no longer has to defend the show's decision to bring Brad Womack back.
"The tide and the sentiment towards Brad changed to the positive," he tells TVGuide.com.
During the Season 15 premiere, Womack spent the night fielding questions about his previous stint on the show, including those from the two women he dumped in the finale, Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas.
The Bachelor's Brad Womack may not act like he's shy about being shirtless, but the 38-year-old Texan blushed as soon as we brought up him being in the buff throughout the season.
"Thanks for bringing that up. I'm probably beet-red," he said. "I'm probably the cheesiest guy out there."
Welcome back to another season of The Bachelor where the lucky guy this year is a familiar face — Brad Womack. Now I'm sure a bunch of you are skeptical about this season, as am I, but the more I've spoke to Brad himself and host Chris Harrison, the more I think we're in for a fun ride. Hope you'll join me!