I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Our Host Chris Harrison is absolutely right—this IS going to be the most dramatic season of The Bachelorette…ever. After watching the last six minutes of the show (multiple times), I’ve reached the same conclusion. From the looks of it, ABC will have to wrap the remaining episodes in a plain brown wrapper and sell them by the register. Also, the
You know it’s going to be a good season when in hour one, a healer tells a drunk, “You shouldn’t call them hoes.” If that doesn’t say WELCOME TO THE BACHELORETTE SEASON 11, I don’t know what does. And if you weren’t excited enough about the premiere of our favorite franchise, Mike Fleiss has decided to embrace his jack wagon ways by flipping the inaugural cocktail party on its side.
Spoiler alert: Andi traveled around the world to become engaged to a guy who lives five minutes down the street. Josh is happy. His dog is happy. Andi is happy. And Hy is working on accepting his soon-to-be sweaty son-in-law. That’s called a victory in Bachelor Nation. Of course with every happy ending, there’s always someone who is left sulking in the corner, confused by the fact they too got
First things first — A BELATED HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR HOST CHRIS HARRISON! I’m sure this is exactly what he wished for as he effortlessly blew out the candles on his birthday cake Saturday. We’re glad you were born Harrison. Second things second — It’s final rose day ladies and gentlemen and it’s time to vote. Who will Andi choose? This guy? Or this guy? Vote now! [poll id=”28″]
I picture Old McDonald sooooo differently now. Am I right? I can’t believe we are eight weeks in the season ready for hometown dates. Andi is so lucky that every single one of the four men she has left are unbelievable guys who would make perfect husbands. Of course, Marcus would make a perfect husband for someone other than Andi, but we’ll get to that, and the most awkward, random,