Many musicians have graced the Bachelor franchise: Wes Hayden, Ty Brown, Bob Guiney and of course, Kasey Kahl.
On Monday night's episode of Bachelor Pad, Kasey tries to top his serenade for Ali Fedotowsky — a refresher can be seen here— in honor of his current girlfriend Vienna.
Bachelor Pad's Chris Harrison calls Kasey the Godfather of the house
"When you're feeling blue, just know that I love you," he sings as he stares into Vienna's eyes...
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."
While Bachelor/Bachelorette reunions are usually filled with hooking up and hot tubs (a la Bachelor Pad), some previous contestants are using their name to make a difference.
TVGuide.com caught up with Bachelorette Season 4's Graham Bunn, whose company 46NYC prints and sells T-shirts for different charities to help them gather donations.
On this week's Bachelor Pad, the season's first relationship, Natalie and Jesse B., split, and each found someone new. Host Chris Harrison calls Jesse and his new hookup Peyton, "the most unlikely couple" in the franchise's history. Plus: What does Harrison think about Wes serenading the already-spoken-for Gia?
TVGuide.com: Did you expect Jesse and Peyton to get together?
Chris Harrison: No, I don't think anybody did...