Monday's episode of "The Bachelor" began with Sean working out. Not sure what that had to do with the show, but to each his own.
We then moved on to the manor, where plaid-wearing Chris presented the 19 remaining women with the first date card of the show.
This year's title catch on "The Bachelor," Sean Lowe, has bounced back from his heartbreak on the last season of "The Bachelorette."
Maybe it's because he wants a wife and children, or maybe he likes the nice salary ABC is giving him, but Lowe's ready to be the next "Bachelor."
But if you sat out "Bachelorette" Emily Maynard's quest to find a mate, "The Bachelor" reminded us on its season premiere Monday night that Lowe finished third. But seeing that Emily and eventual winner Jef didn't last long, it's safe to say that the bronze may have been more like gold for our Texan.
Perhaps "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" should start airing a disclaimer: What happens on the show stays on the show, since some relationships don't seem to last once it's over.
It's been rumored that "Bachelorette" Emily Maynard and the guy who won her heart on the ABC series, Jef Holm, have ended their engagement, and she's since confirmed that to People magazine.
"I am sorry to tell you that Jef and I have, indeed, parted ways," Maynard says in a lengthy statement. "I have nothing but respect and love for Jef and his family, but ultimately we are just at different points in our lives."
We always hear about "The Bachelor" couples breaking up (case in point: Courtney Robertson and Ben Flajnik), so it's refreshing to hear some good news for once.
"The Bachelor's" Jason and Molly Mesnick, who married in 2010 after Mesnick famously ended his relationship with his "Bachelor" pick, Melissa Rycroft, are expecting their first child together.
We heard rumors back in July that Sean Lowe would be the next to look for love on ABC's "The Bachelor," and the gossip hounds got this one right.
ABC announced Tuesday that Lowe, who competed for Emily Maynard's heart on the last season of "The Bachelorette" and lost out to Jef ("with one F") and Arie, is giving reality show romance another try with the 17th season of "The Bachelor."
The final episode of "The Bachelorette" on Sunday may have been the most disjointed season finale in show history.
Host Chris Harrison popped in and out of the taped finale, dressed in a dark suit that may have been purged from Regis Philbin's "Millionaire" collection.
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