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Even former contestants were aware of the potential for romance. For the full story, pick up the new issue of Star on newsstands Thursday. Ben Flajnik And Courtney Robertson Move In Together Muy Caliente!
“From the beginning, I always said there was no way Emily was really going to end up with one of the guys because she really wanted to be with Chris, and it was obvious he wanted to be with her too,” past winner Vienna Girardi exclusively told Star.
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"Emily corresponds with Chris via text and Twitter," says the source.
I was never one of those married guys that was like, 'Man, I wish I was at the club at 4 a.m. ' I am so happy to be home, I love my life at home."And now, it looks like Harrison can enjoy his life at home with a new ladylove.
Although Chris and Whitney were a dutiful Bachelor couple and smiled through their interviews and gushed about how in love they were – it was clear all was not well with the couple, because they also announced that they had not set a wedding date and did not plan to anytime soon.
Chris Harrison understands why the Internet can't stop talking about what allegedly transpired south of the border during the taping of Bachelor in Paradise last week.
But he'd really like it if everyone could take a deep breath at least. Following weeks of rumors, it was confirmed that Rachel Lindsay will be The Bachelorette on Season 13, making her the first African-American to anchor the franchise.
Nothing like the tragedy that unfolded this year has even occurred before, though.
Fans were both stunned and saddened in April at news that contestant Eric Hill died suddenly after a paragliding accident, not long after his stint on the show ended.
The Bachelor is not a show one generally looks to for progressive feminist values, but apparently comedian and admitted reality TV junkie Amy Schumer thought host Chris Harrison's comments on last night's episode were insensitive and misogynistic, even by the not-so-lofty standards of a show on which a bunch of women compete for the attention of one dude.