“Season 11, Week 6: Dublin, Ireland”: A Bachelorette episode which will live in infamy. »
Throughout this season of The Bachelorette, the rules that govern this world we know and love have been (sort of) thrown out the window, which has proven difficult for both viewers and contestants. Not only are the men grappling with how to handle dating someone on television who is dating a number of other people,… »
Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette was bound to be the one when things would come to a head: Kaitlyn, already deemed by one gentleman to be only interested in making out with a bunch of dudes, followed the animal part of her nature and got busy with Nick Viall, setting herself up for even more cries of “Slut!”… »
Ah, Ian. The shining star of this season of The Bachelorette: tall; in possession of an excellent head shape; a former model; went to Princeton; is a former track star who survived a horrible car accident; does charity work; can sing. But don’t just believe me—let him tell you himself!
Reality shows are formulaic, and The Bachelorette is no exception to that rule. But Monday night’s episode of the show was all about trotting over old territory, whether that meant referencing how moments compared to others in Bachelor history, or literally bringing back several old contestants, like, Nick, of “if you… »
Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette was a who’s-who of rad ladies: Laila Ali taught Kaitlyn how to box, and later on, comedians Nikki Glaser, Rachel Feinstein, Bridget Everett and Amy Schumer taught men that they’re not that funny. »
“My husband is in that room,” Kaitlyn said. I’ll be “devastated” if I’m not chosen, claimed Britt. And yet, as were the rules in this season’s Hunger Games 2 scenario (the victors begrudgingly return to battle though they’ve been promised peace and quiet), one of them had to go.
Though host Chris Harrison and numerous contestants went to great lengths Monday evening to prove that the show’s decision to have two Bachelorettes was supremely “awkward,” the most awkward thing was the contestant they let through the door who was such a drunk asshole that he was sent home before he even got to pick… »
ABC has announced the cast for next season of The Bachelorette, and their biographies are as delightful as ever. Their favorite music. The favorite movies. Their biggest fears. Their heroes. Every single thing about every single bachelor is perfect. But before reading the bios in full, take our quiz to find out if you… »
VERY FAR AWAY, NOT NEAR ANYTHING, New York. — Security in the Hell’s Kitchen club where I have come to observe and participate in the filming of an upcoming episode of The Bachelorette is as lax as the code of conduct in the show’s “Fantasy Suite”—the magniloquent name applied to an anonymous hotel room… »
It was fitting that the only mildly interesting moment of Monday's finale of The Bachelor didn't actually happen during the two hour finale. It didn't happen for the first 45 minutes of the After the Final Rose special either. The excitement of The Bachelor finale actually had nothing to do with Chris and his chosen… »
The Bachelor, ABC's long-running television show that purports to show people trying to find someone to love, is many things, depending on the season: insane, boring, painful, glorious. But there is one thing that's always consistent: it and its siblings The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and Bachelor Pad are as … »
Juan Pablo "I'm not ready to say I love you yet" Galavis and Nikki Ferrell have reportedly split. As Us Weekly writes, the breakup unfolded on social media: "Galavis...unfollowed then followed then unfollowed Ferrell multiple times from Sunday into Monday morning." From the two seconds I watched of Couples Therapy … »
Like a lot of people, the cast of Fox News' The Five were abuzz about Monday's Bachelorette finale in which rejected contestant Nick pulled back the show's see-through curtain and admitted that the Bachelorette (in this case, Andi Dorfman) does indeed sleep with several of the men vying for her affections. This… »
Call it televised heartbreak, call it televised slut-shaming, call it whatever you want, but to speak in Chris Harrison-approved superlatives, Monday evening's episode of The Bachelorette provoked more response than any moment on the show ever. And all because the contestants talked what they're not supposed to talk… »