The Bachelorette

2003, TV Show

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And the Next Star of The Bachelor Is...

Juan Pablo

Ladies, your next star of The Bachelor is Juan Pablo Galavis!

On Monday's "After the Final Rose" special of The Bachelorette, host Chris Harrison made the big announcement that Juan Pablo, one of Desiree's suitors who was eliminated in Week 6, would be the next lucky man to have 25 women vying for his love.

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The Bachelorette Finale: Who Did Desiree Choose?

Desiree Hartsock

[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of ABC's The Bachelorette. Read at your own risk].

After what appeared to be the end of Desiree's journey on The Bachelorette, Desiree was able to move on from her heartbreak over Brooks and realize her love for Chris. But how did she get to that final moment? And proposal? Keep reading to find out about Season 9's two-hour finale.

Bachelorette's Chris Harrison: I don't know why Des didn't see the warning signs with Brooks

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ABC to Announce New Bachelor During Live After the Final Rose Special

Chris Harrison

Who's the new Bachelor? Viewers will find out during the "After the Finale Rose" special that airs immediately following The Bachelorette finale, ABC President Paul Lee told TVGuide.com.

While most seasons indicate an obvious choice for the next season, heading into the final episode there isn't a fan favorite. After Brooks broke Desiree's heart in the penultimate episode ...

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Top Moments: Matt Damon's Weird Univision Spot and a Bachelorette's Heartbreak

Matt Damon

Our top moments of the week:

11. Best Chemistry Lesson: When Tyra Banks stops by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, she gives Jimmy Fallon a lesson about the chemistry between a man and a woman who are posing together. After they each inhale a handful of mints, Banks basically starts grinding up on the very married Fallon and yelling words at him like "squeeze" and "breathe." She makes it worse by shoving her butt into his crotch and making him grab her neck. "My wife is gonna kill me," Fallon says afterwards.

10. Weirdest Critique: Sure, Anna Kendrick is an Oscar-nominated actress and, thanks to Pitch Perfect, a celebrated singer, but what.... read more

Bachelorette's Chris Harrison: I Don't Know Why Des Didn’t See the Warning Signs with Brooks

Desiree Hartsock

It was a Bachelorette first when Desiree professed her love for one guy over the rest only to be devastatingly rejected.

On the penultimate episode of the ABC reality series, Desiree and the remaining men Brooks, Chris and Drew were in Antigua to go on their fantasy dates. While both Chris and Drew each had romantic outings with Desiree that ended with them accepting their key to the fantasy suite, it was a completely different tune for Brooks. Conflicted, he headed home to talk to his mom and sister only to return and let Desiree know she wasn't the one. So where does this leave us for finale? Host Chris Harrison weighs in.

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Bachelorette's Chris Harrison: All Four Guys Were Ready to Propose This Week

Desiree Hartsock, Brooks Forester

The Bachelorette is winding down, and this week Desiree ventured to the hometowns of remaining men Zak, Drew, Chris and Brooks. But it wasn't a happy ending for all four as Zak, the guy with the wild entrance who made a great comeback, was ultimately sent home. What did host Chris Harrison think of the dates and Des' chat with her disapproving brother Nate? Plus: Why does he think Des' feelings about Brooks are cliché? Keep reading.

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The Bachelorette's Chris Harrison: "The Biggest Hurdle for Des Has Yet to Come"

Brooks and Desiree

After last week's drama on The Bachelorette, the final week in Europe proved to be pretty tame.

On Monday's episode, Desiree and her five remaining men headed to Madeira, where she got some girl time with her fellow Bachelorettes from Sean's season and had some romantic time with almost all the guys. But which one stood out by being the first to say "I love you?" And who was let go — and immediately called his mom? Host Chris Harrison shares his insight on the week leading into the big hometown dates.

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Top Moments: Johnny Depp and Jimmy Kimmel Kiss and Tell, and Dexter Meets His New Mommy

Johnny Depp and Jimmy Kimmel

Our top moments of the week:

11. Keep It Moving Award: On The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Rosie sits down to address her cousin Teresa's  most recent blowout with her brother, Joe. It's pretty much your standing Bravo-produced heart-to-heart, complete with alcohol, yelling and some tears. However, just as... read more

The Bachelorette's Chris Harrison: Viewers Are Going to Fall for Drew

Drew and Desiree

The James drama finally came to a head on The Bachelorette Monday, leading to a big confrontation between the guys and, ultimately, his exit. After Drew's incredible one-on-one date with Desiree that earned him a rose, he decided to inform her about James' comments last week. Des later confronted James about everything, still kept him around after the group date, but then decided it was his time to go. Did Des make the right choice in cutting him? And should Drew have told Desiree about the drama in the first place? Plus: What record did the episode set? Host Chris Harrison explains all.

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Top Moments: Mad Men's Bittersweet Confession and Paula Deen's Bizarre Apology

Paula Deen

Our top moments of the week:

12. Coming and Going Award: Rizzoli & Isles is back, and so is Casey! Jane is stunned when she finds her no-longer-paralyzed ex waiting at her doorstep. His spinal surgery was a success, but a romantic reunion is not in the cards just yet. After spending the night together, he tells her that he's returning to Afghanistan to train in virtual therapy for combat soldiers. "When I get back, I think it's time you and I give it a shot," he says.

11. Best Reveal, Part I: On Mistresses, Miranda, April's late husband's mistress, demands... read more

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Premiered: January 08, 2003, on ABC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A rose-wielding single woman looks for Mr. Right among a passel of hunky men, just like on 'The Bachelor' but with the gender roles reversed. Original 'Bachelor' runner-up Trista Rehn was the first bachelorette, and her selection of Colorado firefighter Ryan Sutter culminated in the three-part special 'Trista and Ryan's Wedding.'

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