Cause "Ben" and "ten" rhyme. Get it?
Ben won't be the only person returning for a second chance at reality TV love.
12 is better than 1.
“Shawn and I were best friends."
Time to send those audition tapes in, ladies.
Our summer guilty pleasure is here.
Our favorite summer guilty pleasure is back.
By now you've probably heard the not-so-shocking news that Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff have called off their engagement.
Much like how Chris' final rose went to Whitney, this announcement came as a shock to absolutely no one.
After disappointing ratings during Andi Dorfman's turn as the most recent Bachelorette, producers have revealed that they are "shaking things up."
Take a sip every time Chris talks about Iowa!
I'm thinking the Bernese mountain dog is the Ashley S. of the group.
He always seems like the cat has his tongue because homeboy never knows what to say.
At this point in the game, there's really only the top two, the bottom two, and everyone else.
This is the week we’ve been waiting for, our first to be continued! TBC on this type of show always means that something crazy happened.
In honor of what could have been, let’s discuss the top five women pitching Chris’s tent this week.
Let’s be honest, if you’re not in the top five on this show then you might as well be dead or fat, which is probably seen as the same fate to many of the contestants.
It's unclear what went wrong in their relationship, but it just goes to show that Instagram is basically a press release these days; all filter, no feelings.
The passion, the drama, the scornfully thrown margaritas and endless opportunities for "lei'd" puns!!
As Chris Harrison said, we literally have to shower this episode off.
Usually, I don’t look forward to The Women Tell All. It’s always filled with a lot of drama that I just don’t care at all about. But tonight? I came in with such high hopes for the women to turn on JP instead of each other.
Um. So, this week happened. Anyone who still likes Juan Pablo or think he’s a good guy, please tell me what you are thinking.
With Juan Pablo being such a wildcard, I had a feeling hometown dates were going to be pretty excellent. I was not disappointed, y’all.
You guys, is this season going by faster than any other season in the history of this show? How are we already at hometowns? And also, hometowns AND fantasy dates in one week?! I'm just not ready for it to be over.
With the first episode post Watergate (lol get it?), Juan Pablo had some making up to do. Not just to Clare, and not just to me, but to literally all of us who fell head over heals for this dope in the first three weeks, only to watch it all come crashing down.
Good Morning, Vietnam! A new week, a new city, a new set of dramatic dates. And, unfortunately, a new (much more douchey) view of Juan Pablo.
First of all, I’d like to start off by giving a shout out to Catherine and Sean who finally tied the knot yesterday. I celebrated the wedding with wedding cake cupcakes and pink champagne with my family—so basically I attended the wedding. Along with Andy Dick.
As expected, I am falling more and more in love with Juan Pablo every week. He does and says things all episode that for real make me gush. I’m just not used to these feelings, you guys.
You can tell Juan Pablo has a hand in the dates this season, because both the individual dates were worlds above anything Des or Sean would have ever planned. I was a little obsessed with Juan this week.
Do these women think the way to make a man fall in love with you is to make him feel super awkward?
Do people eat on the show? Or is it an all liquid diet?
When I realized we are currently on the 17th season of The Bachelor, it got me thinking. Where are all these gorgeous men I have missed and what are they up to now? Are they still bachelors or have they settled down with the girl they chose on the show? If you're like me and missed a "few seasons" here and there, you guys can use this cheat sheet to catch up!
Can we all just agree that the odds of finding love on 'The Bachelor' or 'The Bachelorette' is slim to none, regardless of any engagement that may take place. Despite not getting to know each other in a real life setting, some how America and the show's contestants manage to get all wrapped in the lala land the show presents.
Sex. We love it. We want it. All the time. Is that asking too much? In bed, on the floor, on the couch, in the shower, over the counter.
On certain days when life is feeling pretty meh, or I’m too stressed out, I look to TV to cheer me up. Not to the critically acclaimed shows but to the trashy or mindless shows that make me zone out. Here are a few of my go-to guilty pleasures.