Chris Harrison is ready to move on from Juan Pablo Galavis's controversial season of The Bachelor – and the feeling is mutual.
"We're done with the show. We are so done," Juan Pablo told the host during the live After the Final Rose special, which aired Monday night after he broke up with finalist Clare Crawley and offered the final rose to Nikki Ferrell but did not propose in a shocking finale episode.
Harrison and the studio audience seemed perplexed as to why Nikki could say she was happy and "absolutely" still in love, though she hadn't heard Juan Pablo say he's in love with her.
The final week of blind auditions on The Voice kicked off strong Monday for Team Blake and Team Adam, as each coach earned four more artists and battled for the night's strongest singers.
It was also an evening of memorable and falsetto-filled soul performances, capped by 38-year-old Josh Kaufman, an academic tutor from Indianapolis, who stunned with his passionate version of George Michael's "One More Try," earning the night's only four-chair turn.
So inspired was the singing, that Adam Levine was standing up and pumping his fist in excitement before the song was even over.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills gathered to celebrate the centennial of Beverly Hills, but the Hundred Years' War between Lisa Vanderpump and the wives only escalated.
"I've been under your spell for two years," Brandi Glanville told Vanderpump, who abandoned the ladies in Puerto Rico after Glanville told Kyle Richards that Vanderpump had encouraged her to bring damaging tabloids about her husband to a girls trip in Palm Springs. "Truth is, I'm stronger on my own. I don't ever want to be on the other side of your anger."
Continued Glanville: "With this fight, I finally feel free. I love you, but I'm not part of your game anymore."