Chris Harrison may be right – Monday's season finale of Juan Pablo Galavis's roller-coaster ride as the star of The Bachelor was perhaps the most dramatic yet.
Juan Pablo's final two women were confident Sacramento-based hairstylist Clare Crawley, who made her strong feelings for Juan Pablo clear from day one, and sweet and sensitive pediatric nurse Nikki Ferrell, who wants to be a mom.
So which woman won Juan Pablo's heart and the final rose? And is there a newly engaged couple in the Bachelor family? Keep reading to find out.
As Bachelor fans wait to see whether Juan Pablo Galavis chooses Nikki or Clare on Monday's Final Rose episode, at least one contestant has already moved on after being dumped by the Venezuelan hottie.
Single mom Renee Oteri, 32, who Galavis said goodbye to after their hometown date, is engaged to Bracy Maynard, a guy she's known since she was 12. But she's not the only former contestant to find love off-camera.
While newly engaged former Bachelorette Emily Maynard is hoping that the fourth time is the charm, these former contestants have also found their happily ever after.
Todd Chrisley's USA reality show isn't even out yet – and he's already addressing rumors he's gay.
The star of Chrisley Knows Best, which debuts March 11, says he's heard the rumblings about his sexuality for years. And such talk has only intensified as the premiere date approaches.
"There's no coming out," says the Atlanta millionaire, who's been married to wife Julie for 18 years and has five children. "What you see is what you get. I am what I am. Other people's opinions of me are just not my business."
Chrisley says he's proudly flamboyant, unabashedly enthusiastic about fashion, and yes, absolutely went to see Elton John for his 40th birthday.
What do you look for in an episode of Game of Thrones? Swords? Explosions? The kind of slightly freaky sex you can only get on pay cable? Judging by the newest trailer for the HBO fantasy series, the fourth season of Game of Thrones will have all that and more.
Dubbed "Secrets," the trailer cycles through the show's dozens of characters, all licking their wounds after the storm of swords at the end of last season, and closing with the money shot – or should that be fire shot? – of one of Dany's dragons looking all grown up and dangerous.