DeAnna Pappas Stagliano and Stephen Stagliano
Former Bachelor and Bachelorette star DeAnna Pappas Stagliano is expecting her first child with her husband, Stephen Stagliano, People reports.
After a season of hookups, backstabbing, fights, and even more tears, the ousted Bachelor Pad contestants are about to crown either Rachel and Nick or Chris and Sarah as the winning team.
Bachelor Pad's Chris Harrison: I can't believe Nick took control of the game
So who deserves the money?
The Bachelor Pad victor has finally fallen.
Just when it seemed that house womanizer Chris would experience some payback, a twist was revealed: The players would vote out a woman who would then single-handedly choose a man to exit with her. Last year's winner Michael, aware he'd be on the chopping block, tried to get his friend Erica out. But when his plan was discovered, she turned right around and took him out with her.
This week's Bachelor Pad begins with Blakeley celebrating the fact that her "shady" partner's plan didn't work and instead her alliance had her back. And now she's more than ready to get Chris, who's hiding in his bunk bed, out of the house. Of course, instead of manning up, Chris looks to call out Kalon for possibly lying to him about his vote. "I need to smack that kid in the face," Chris says before calling him an idiot to his face. Chris next goes to Ed and asks why he too lied to him. "I had to do what my partner wanted to do, respect that," Ed says. Chris then gets heated and he and Ed go at it. Chris seems to be making enemies left and right.
This week's episode of Bachelor Pad picks up immediately after the tense rose ceremony with Ed and Jaclyn toasting their victory. But the celebrations are short-lived when Chris Harrison comes in and announces that their next challenge begins right away. The players are simply handed surveys and instructed to answer honestly.
On this week's Bachelor Pad, the man claws come out as Ed learns that Reid conspired, and failed, to get him out of the game. But first, Ed contemplates leaving until Jaclyn convinces him he needs to stay for her and her emotional sanity. "I don't like lying," Ed says. Oh, hey don't go on a competition reality show then! But ultimately Ed admits he wants to stay and is ready to fight back.
Just hours after Emily Maynard got her happy ending on The Bachelorette, it's already time to tune into the franchise's guilty pleasure hit, Bachelor Pad. So let's get to recapping!
The Bachelor Pad
What do you get when you take 21 very good-looking people and mix in a bunch of cameras, some alcohol, hot tubs and the chance to win $250,000? Bachelor Pad, of course.
Before Monday's premiere, we chatted with host Chris Harrison, who played a little game of word association with us and helped us size up the competition.
It's my favorite episode of The Bachelorette season when Emily reunites with her more memorable "exes." First, Emily chats with Chris Harrison about some of the more interesting and dramatic moments throughout the season, including Ryan's "trophy wife" comment and Kalon's "baggage" remark and some of the painfully awkward times like Doug's mid-breakup kiss. So what did the men have to say for themselves? Let's find out!
Not yet! First, we get...
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.