Chris Harrison is “stepping aside” as host of The Bachelor after apologizing, twice, for a horrific interview with Rachel Lindsay in which he belittled criticism of Bachelor 25 front-runner Rachael Kirkconnell’s participation in a racist event.
Two days after the shattering news broke that yet another Bachelorette relationship had ended, the Bachelorette 16 star Clare Crawley revealed her relationship with Dale Moss began and ended in the same place: Instagram.
Clare Crawley left the Bachelorette after 12 days because she fell in love with Dale Moss, who just announced that their relationship has—surprise!—ended.
In this edition of The Confessional, Dr. Logan Levkoff writes about the most-recent episode of The Bachelorette, and why Blake Moynes’s response to Clare’s decision is a “perspective that contributes to so many of our relationship and sexual challenges.”
Luke Parker, aka Luke P., who was on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette and who Mike Johnson called “a narcissistic, cantankerous misogynist,” now has to pay $120,000 to The Bachelor’s producers because he talked to the media.
Chris Harrison is out, temporarily, as host of Bachelorette season 16 and is being replaced by a former Bachelorette.
The Bachelorette season 16 is being filmed in Southern California, and reports that emerged over the weekend suggest the oldest Bachelorette ever, Clare Crawley, will be replaced mid-season with the franchise’s second Black star, Tayshia Adams.