Presenting … the most humble Bachelor ever.
When Chris Soules's season of The Bachelor premieres Jan. 5 on ABC, viewers might not see as many castles and crystal-clear beaches as they're used to on the hit show.
"We stayed in the United States for the most part, obviously spending time in Iowa," the show's host Chris Harrison tells PEOPLE about the season. "We really wanted to embrace who this guy was and what the girls are going to have to eventually live with."
A fourth-generation farmer from Arlington, Iowa, Soules is "a hard-working blue collar guy," adds Harrison. "He comes from a very different place – literally and figuratively – and that's what we were all taken by."
From True Tori to make-believe crime!
On Sunday, reality star and Tori Spelling's husband Dean McDermott will guest star on CSI as a guy who may or may not have killed an entire family.
And how's this for moving outside of his comfort zone: McDermott plays a creepy, registered sex offender named Mr. Fogel.
Despite being a housewife, Phaedra Parks's marriage to Apollo Nida is over.
"We're amicably resolving this marriage," the Real Housewives of Atlanta star told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live on Sunday. "We're resolving this marriage ... resolving to dissolve, yes," she added.
Two penguins couldn't have shared an icier hug than the one that Phaedra Parks and husband Apollo Nida shared on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
"Phaedra looks like she's seen a ghost," Cynthia Bailey said upon the unexpected arrival of Nida at a music video release party for new housewife Demetria McKinney. "Aren't you happy to see your husband, Miss Southern Belle?"