"Bachelorette" viewing party at Brian Williams' house!
The NBC Nightly News anchor spends his time off the clock devouring ABC's reality dating competition. Don't believe us? See how well-versed he is while speaking about Andi Dorfman's current season with Seth Meyers on "Late Night":
Juan Pablo Galavis may not be ready to walk down the aisle with Nikki Ferrell, the woman he chose on "The Bachelor," but that doesn't mean he doesn't care about her and it doesn't make him a bad guy, as he tells People magazine in this week's issue.
Juan Pablo poses with Nikki for the cover, and explains inside that he just wasn't ready to slip a ring on Nikki's finger.
If nothing else, Emily Maynard is persistent.
After dealing with two very public breakups, the former "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" star is now engaged to boyfriend Tyler Johnson, she confirmed to Us Weekly.
For the next few months, ABC isn't airing a show about "The Bachelor."
It's all about "El Bachelor," as the reality show's latest seeker of life-long love, Juan Pablo Galavis, likes to call himself.
ABC is so in love with its newest "Bachelor," Juan Pablo Galavis, it's re-named the first month of the year in his honor.
But as the network kicked off "Juan-uary" on Sunday night with an hour-long special devoted to its first non-white Bachelor, it also seized the opportunity to remember a fallen star from the franchise.
Even if you're not a fan of ABC's "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" series, you've probably heard that the network has picked its first non-white "Bachelor," Juan Pablo Galavis.
It's a significant move for the reality dating competition, because the show's never actually had a "Bachelor" or "Bachelorette" of color since it began in 2002. Last year, the network and the companies behind the shows faced a class-action lawsuit that accused the programs of racial bias.
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