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For the 22nd time on The Bachelor, a single man will give a rose to the girl of his dreams — after spending weeks dating multiple women at once, weeding out the competition, and breaking hearts along the way. where is the time's up and #metoo movement when these girls need them.
What offscreen love lessons can we learn from the onscreen "Bachelor" mayhem? Here are five biggies.
Glam shaming is "about not being seen for the person you are because of what someone thinks about you based on how you dress, do your makeup, do you hair, whatever it may be," wrote a "Bachelor" contestant still upset about being mocked for her primping.
Corinne Olympios stopped by "The Morning Breath" and confirmed she was once engaged, and she removed the tattoos for her very religious fiancé.
Danielle Lombard talks about that now-familiar blue dress she wore for her entrance on "Bachelor in Paradise."
It'll be a baby girl for Bachelor in Paradise couple Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, People reports. The newlyweds, who were married (by Chris Harrison, natch) on the season 4 set of Bachelor in Paradise this June, after meeting and falling in love during the reality show's third season, shared the news on social media after hosting a gender reveal party. "We are pleased to announce the release of our baby girl Bass in February 2018," proud papa Bass wrote alongside footage from the party, which, as with all things related to Bachelor Nation, was emceed by Wells Adams.
With the influx of heavily retouched photos, filters, and layers of makeup, it's refreshing to see people show a side that's more natural and authentic.
“The Bachelor” breakout star Corinne Olympios talks about whether she hooked up with Nick Viall, defends herself against the charge of being the Season 21 “villain,” and chats about whether we’ll see her this summer on “Bachelor in Paradise” during a sit-down with our very own Joe Zee. But that’s just the beginning: She also talks about reports of “excessive napping,” a fan who hired a nanny to be like her, and what she really thinks about that final rose. Trust us, she doesn’t hold back. So see what happens when Corinne Yahoo’d herself!
Throughout her one season on The Bachelor and two appearances on Bachelor in Paradise, 28-year-old contestant Ashley Iaconetti has become well-known for her crying spells. What does it all mean?
First impressions are everything (there’s roses to prove it!) and the bachelorettes’ dresses play a large part. From Swarovski-encrusted gowns like Ashley Herbert’s, to Trista Sutter’s classic yet sexy LBD, there was something about each of these looks that caught 26 men’s eyes.