10:09 AM EDT 03/19/2015
The Bachelor: Women Tell All Recap: Britt Is a Beautiful Crier and Kelsey Explains Why Her Story Is So 'Amazing'
Originally posted 03/02/2015 10:00PM
If The Bachelor: Women Tell All special taught us anything, it's that Chris Harrison makes a terrible referee.
The special opened with some truly epic squabbling between Britt and Carly – though Jillian also jumped in to defend Britt.
Just when it seemed as if the entire episode would be a series of high-pitched noises that only Whitney's stuffed-animal-humping dog could hear, Harrison eventually got a handle on things and we got to hear from Britt, Kaitlyn, Jade, Ashley S. and, of course, Chris Soules himself.
Originally posted 02/27/2015 08:05PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "20904594" "" "peoplenow"] After a decade of hosting The Bachelor, Chris Harrison became a bachelor himself when he and his wife of 18 years split back in 2012.
But would he ever become The bachelor?
Originally posted 02/18/2015 01:50PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "20902243" "" "peoplenow"] Now that Chris Soules's season of The Bachelor is about to head to the fantasy suites, we have one vital question:
Just how many of the couples are having sex on ABC's hit franchise?
Originally posted 02/15/2015 09:05PM
In a special billed as a tell-all, resident Bachelor Chris Soules was perhaps not as candid as we might have liked.
However, the special did give us more Kelsey, who tried to explain herself with the kind of careful, over-enunciated manner we've come to know and fear.
Host Chris Harrison also sat down with Andi Dorfman, still reeling from her split from Josh Murray.
Originally posted 02/15/2015 09:00PM
While most of The Bachelor's "Chris Tells All" special was not particularly illuminating (save for further confirmation of the fact that Kelsey is not of this planet), the second half of the episode gave a rare, raw insider's perspective on the inner workings of the show – and into Andi Dorfman's recent heartbreak.
Dorfman, who split from fiancé Josh Murray soon after the premiere of Chris Soules's season of The Bachelor, tearfully admitted to host Chris Harrison that her broken engagement was the "biggest failure of my life."
Harrison, who split from his wife of 18 years back in 2012, was genuinely sympathetic as he listened to Dorfman's confession.
Originally posted 01/05/2015 01:00PM
When Bachelor host Chris Harrison and his college sweetheart, Gwen, announced their divorce in 2012, the level of schadenfreude coming from critics of the reality competition was almost sentient in its force.
Harrison, however, is all too aware of the irony of his situation – he's even able to crack jokes.
After anchoring a whopping 19 seasons of ABC's juggernaut franchise, Harrison, 43, knows that having his ex-wife as the next Bachelorette would be "epic television, good or bad," as he told GQ for their January issue, on newsstands now. "It could be like the Hindenberg – the greatest disaster ever – but even that would be great TV."
Originally posted 07/28/2014 10:45PM
America has to wait a little longer to find out who the next Bachelor will be, but fan favorite Chris Soules may have dropped a big hint during Monday night's finale of The Bachelorette.
The sweet farmer from Iowa attended the taping of After the Final Rose, and though it was announced a new bachelor wouldn't be revealed, Soules – who was let go by Andi Dorfman two weeks ago – turned bright red and laughed nervously when the discussion launched.
Fans would certainly be happy if he's indeed snagged the spot. The soft-spoken contestant won over hearts when he was revealed as Dorfman's secret admirer throughout the season and further stepped up the romance game by telling her he was in love by hiring a plane to fly over his hometown date.
Originally posted 07/03/2014 08:20PM
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Originally posted 05/19/2014 11:00PM
Time to break out the bouquet of roses and pop some champagne – The Bachelorette is back, and if the premiere is any indication, Chris Harrison's promise of "the most dramatic season ever" may be accurate.
On this season's quest to find love is Andi Dorfman, the Atlanta-based assistant district attorney who famously dumped Juan Pablo Galavis after a "nightmare" fantasy suite date (and his overuse of the phrase "It's okay") on the latest installment of The Bachelor. This time around, Dorfman, 27, is faced with 25 eligible men – and they pulled out all the stops during their first night at the mansion.
Originally posted 05/01/2014 04:15PM
After the death of The Bachelorette contestant Eric Hill, producers are left mourning the loss a friend and struggling to figure out how to handle an unprecedented tragedy.
"It's a horrible, horrible thing. He was taken away too young," host Chris Harrison tells PEOPLE. "It's something we've never dealt with on the show. It didn't only affect our cast, but also our crew who worked closely with him."
Hill, 31, had already shot his scenes for the upcoming Andi Dorfman season when he died of injuries sustained when his parachute collapsed while paragliding in Utah last month.
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