The Bachelorette is usually lighthearted and full of fun, but this week's episode, which incorporated the tragedy caused by Hurricane Sandy, had a more serious tone.
As part of the episode's one-on-one date, Desiree and James headed to the New Jersey shore where they met a couple whose home was destroyed and who had to celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary in a Red Cross shelter. Des and James then gave the couple their date and instead spent their night grabbing pizza and eventually joining the couple for a private concert by Darius Rucker.
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...
Chris Harrison is well aware that the majority of Bachelor viewers are outraged at both Ben Flajnik and front-runner Courtney.
"You never know how America is going to react, and even during filming, I wouldn't have predicted they'd feel this way," Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "People say, 'Why haven't you warned him about her?' But he hears what she's saying and plenty of the women tried to caution him."
What is the first Bachelorette couple's best advice for sustaining a love found on reality TV? Stay away from Hollywood.
"If you can get away from all the cameras, the glitz and the glamour and all the fun and excitement of the Hollywood life, that's a really important decision," Trista Sutter tells TVGuide.com.
Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the outcome of The Bachelor finale
After traveling the world and narrowing down the pool of 30 women, Brad Womack chose the woman he wants to marry.