Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke
Bachelor and Bachelorette stars Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke have called it quits after two and a half years together, People reports.
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Producers behind the latest season of The Bachelor have reached a settlement with blogger "Reality" Steve Carbone, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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D.L. Hughley, Cheryl Burke
Cheryl Burke found one thing to be positive about after she and D.L. Hughley received a dismal score of 12 on last week's Dancing with the Stars premiere: There was no elimination. "Otherwise it would've been pretty obvious who was going home!" she tells TVGuide.com. "That would've been a really boring results show." The pair will get a shot to redeem themselves Monday (8/7c, ABC) with their quickstep, on which Burke says Hughley is "working really, really hard." So what went wrong with their cha-cha? And what does she think about that 12? Keep reading to find out.
Summer is almost here!
On Thursday, ABC announced its summer schedule, which will kick off Thursday, May 9 with the premiere of Wipeout (8/7c). Other returning shows will come later in the month, with Rookie Blue kicking off on Thursday, May 23 (10/9c) and The Bachelorette debuting in a special time period on Monday, May 20 (9/8c).
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Mike Fleiss, the creator and producer of The Bachelor and all of its offshoots, said Bachelor Pad will not be airing on ABC this summer.
Desiree Hartsock didn't find love with Sean on The Bachelor, but she'll get to try again as the star of next season's installment of The Bachelorette.
[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of ABC's The Bachelor. Read at your own risk].
After a wildly popular season, The Bachelor's Sean Lowe has made his choice and proposed to the woman of his dreams.
Attention, ladies! Bachelorette winner Jef Holm is back on the market again.
It's hard to believe that The Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise has already hit 25 seasons.
In honor of all the tears, the hot tubs, the helicopters, the proposals and rejections over the last 10 years, we're taking a look back at two of the best moments from the inaugural season.
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Bachelor fans expecting Sean Lowe to be a quiet, simpleminded Mr. Goody-Two-Shoes will be pleasantly surprised when the 17th season premieres on Monday.
"[People who think,] 'Crap, he's like vanilla toast,' — well, he's not," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "People will be surprised by his personality and charisma, and he's also got an edge to him. He's not afraid of confrontation or saying the wrong thing. "
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