When The Bachelor kicks off 120 minutes of Colton “waking up in bed,” documenting himself video selfie style, you know producers were asked to turn it up a notch and this is the best they could do. Of course, Colton’s pretend sleepy-eyed confession that he and his ladies were going to a theater to “tell stories about our firsts” was followed by a gratuitous shower scene. It’s been seventeen years.
For seventeen years, Mike Fleiss has gathered a select team of producers, show runners, psychotherapists, hair people, makeup people, and one lone ABC Intern to create magical drama that draws audiences into a world of unrealistic dating. It’s up to these individuals to come up with a plan that encourages viewers, like you and me, to take this journey to find love with one lucky guy or gal who is
Wednesday night I set my alarm to sound off at 11:45 AM Thursday morning. Our Host Chris Harrison posted that he would be announcing the gaggle of women vying for the heart of Bachelor Colton live on Facebook. And we all know Our Host Chris Harrison is at his best when he’s unbridled and live. I don’t know why I was unprepared emotionally to see him again. Many moons have
Well, in case you’ve been busy living life and, I don’t know, doing your job this morning, you may have missed that Colton is the next bachelor. Yes, that Colton. The one who just left Tia on a beach bed in a pile of emotional turmoil, top knot astray with a drippy nose and big tears threatening the integrity of each individual fake eyelash. Now some feel this is a
It was absolutely controversial. It was completely scandalous. It was the first uncut, unedited clip that will go down in reality show television HISTORY! Well, sort of. Our Host Chris Harrison did a phenomenal job preparing us for what he called the most dramatic final rose ceremony. We knew he was serious because his facial expressions exhibited sorrow and agony at the emotional turmoil we would all face in the