"It was a mistake," Harrison said. "I made a mistake."
In a preview of his interview on "GMA," Chris Harrison says he "made a mistake" defending Rachael Kirkconnell.
The Georgia native asked that people defending her actions "please stop."
As fallout from Chris Harrison's controversial interview continues, former contestants and fans say the show should go on without him.
Bachelor Nation had no sympathy for the contestant, whose alleged history of racism recently surfaced.
It was a sad goodbye as the show's first-ever deaf contestant, who received the first impression rose, was sent home.
"People are just tearing this girl's life apart," Harrison said of Rachael Kirkconnell. "It's unbelievably alarming to watch this."
The last "mean girl" standing made the mistake of going off on Bachelor Nation's favorite contestant.
Bachelor Nation is beyond thrilled that one of the most disliked contestants in "Bachelor" history has finally been sent home.
Between Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams’ switch-up as leads on “The Bachelorette” and shooting seasons at sequestered resorts, Bachelor Nation has endured a fair amount of drama lately — but tonight, the new episode of “The Bachelor” will bring, yet again, another unprecedented shakeup. For the first time ever, a limo full of five new […]
Former "Bachelorette" lead Becca Kufrin gave new "Bachelor" Matt James this very poignant advice.
Fan favorite Sarah Trott, who previously collapsed mid-rose ceremony, created even more enemies after crashing and interrupting a group date.
The rose ceremony was put on pause as the "Bachelor" frontrunner told medics that she was "blacking out."
"When we, deaf and hard-of-hearing people, see deaf and hard-of-hearing out in the mainstream, we feel seen," says NAD CEO Howard Rosenblum.
James also admitted it has kept him up at night thinking about people who want him to end up with a "person of a specific race."
On Monday’s "The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever!," Matt James discussed the incredibly positive reactions he’s experienced from both fans and members of the Black community.
After 18 years, “The Bachelor” finally has its first black male lead — as protests over the death of George Floyd continue to rage across the nation.