"Ultimately, your heart leads you where love is and that's what I followed," said the reality star, who is dating his finalist Rachael Kirkconnell
Rachel Lindsay writes about her “toxic” relationship with "The Bachelor" franchise producers and fans in a new op-ed for New York magazine. However, she's not happy with how the outlet promoted the piece, calling the cover "clickbait."
Matt James and Rachael Kirkconnell are taking a second shot at their relationship since splitting before The Bachelor finale
Couple had broken up after he gave her the final rose following news of her attending antebellum sorority party in college.
This season's winner of "The Bachelor" opened up about her experience on the show and the fallout she experienced after the cameras stopped rolling.
The finale of "The Bachelor" ended with Matt James giving Rachael Kirkconnell his final rose, but their relationship was short-lived after images of her attending an Antebellum themed party emerged.
Chris Harrison said he made a "mistake" by defending current Bachelor contestant Rachael Kirkconnell's past racist actions and issued Rachel Lindsay — and the Black community — an apology on Thursday
"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."
Bachelor Nation had no sympathy for the contestant, whose alleged history of racism recently surfaced.
The former bachelorette told CNN's Don Lemon about her "baffling" interview with the longtime Bachelor host.
The contestant has faced accusations of racism since last month.
"People are just tearing this girl's life apart," Harrison said of Rachael Kirkconnell. "It's unbelievably alarming to watch this."