We're only one episode into the new season of The Bachelorette, and already a war of words is brewing between the show and rejected (wannabe) contestant Chris Bukowski.
On Monday's season premiere, Bukowski, an alum of...
Andi Dorfman, Chris Harrison
Coming off of Juan Pablo's turbulent season of The Bachelor, it seemed that The Bachelorette could only go up. But Chris Harrison says his experience with Andi and the newest batch of hopefuls far surpassed his expectations.
"I don't know if it's because we had such a rough go on Juan Pablo's season ... but when you're with someone who's a delight and also really nice and kind and grateful it makes a huge difference," Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "Everything really permeates from the [star], and it's a ripple effect to the camera guys, producers, etc. When you're going to work for 24 hours straight and haven't showered and are in a jungle like these people do for this show, if you're doing it for someone really grateful it makes a big difference and makes the whole season better and it really comes through on air. It felt so much easier with her."
If there's one thing that became increasingly clear during Andi Dorfman's time on The Bachelor, it's that she's not afraid to speak her mind — and she certainly won't settle for being told, "It's OK." But according to the 26-year-old, there's a whole other side that she can't wait for the world to see.
"Obviously America saw a lot of the tough girl and that's what came out at the very end," Andi tells TVGuide.com. "But I am a very soft person inside, I'm vulnerable and I'm somebody who is looking for love. I'm not just the tough chick from Atlanta who's an attorney. I'm a girl who wants to be courted and have the love of her life."
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Eric Hill, a contestant on the upcoming season of The Bachelorette, passed away Wednesday following a paragliding accident on Sunday.
"Eric shared his final journey with us this morning as all his immediate family were able to be at his side when he passed away," Hill's sister Karen Tracy posted on Facebook.
J.P. Rosenbaum, Ashley Hebert
The Bachelorette couple Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum are expecting their first child, In Touch reports.
Hebert is three months along and due in October. "I'm a little nervous, but we're very excited," she told the magazine. "I've wanted a child for a while."
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Have you missed seeing some of your favorite — or most hated — stars of The Bachelor and Bachelorette reunite? Well, some of them will be back this summer looking for...
ABC has announced its summer lineup, including the premiere of The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, Mistresses, and new shows Rising Star and The Quest.
With a heavy reality TV lineup, ABC plans to launch The Quest, an adventure series from the Lord of the Rings producers, on Thursday, June 19. Singing competition show Rising Star will bow on Sunday, June 22. As previously announced, The Bachelorette returns on May 19 with the series' latest spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise, debuting Monday, August 4.
Bracy Maynard, Renee Oteri
Only a few weeks after getting engaged, The Bachelor alum Renee Oteri has married her fiancé Bracy Maynard.
"And THAT just happened. I married my best friend of 22 years," Oteri wrote on Instagram with a photo of her in her lace wedding dress. Oteri's 8-year old son acted as best man.
Ann and Jesse Csincsak
Jesse Csincsak and his wife, one-time Bachelor contestant Ann Csincsak, welcomed their second child together, the former Bachelorette winner announced...
More Bachelor wedding bells are in the air!
Former Bachelor star Elizabeth Kitt married Bachelorette alum Ty Brown over the weekend, Us Weekly reports.