In episode two of The Baby Bachelor, Wesley finds himself on a group date where secrets are revealed and tensions get a little high amongst the girls in the house. Let’s just say, Jesse goes all Desperate Housewives and flips a chair. Wesley is quite the charmer as he becomes pretty smitten with 26-year-old Ashley as he gave the cutest quote ever, ” I’m into the big girl alright.”
Now just down to two bachelorettes left, will Wesley find love? I can’t wait for the thrilling conclusion. But why is he already at the final two? Doesn’t Jimmy know that he needs to make this last for as long as possible?
Wow, if I knew Ellen was on this season of The Bachelor, maybe I would have watched it! To prove that she was indeed on this season, she presented a clip of her being interviewed on “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All.”
Before, the episode was just a long montage of catty women grimacing at one another but Ellen adds the punch it needs, don’t you think? It looks like things didn’t go too well in the house but Ellen has an answer for all the accusations.
The Doctors highlight another important medical issue this week called cuddle parties. The parties are are essentially swingers parties but instead of black patent leather the participants where flannel onesies and keep them on for the entire night.
The non-sexual, touch-oriented workshop involves a 45-minute introductory warm up so participants can express their loveless marriages and release long held insecurities. Oh, no actually the warm up, which involves them sitting in a circle and kissing or rejecting their partner, helps them develop their boundaries before the popular conga cuddle.
Next, the Bachelor’s Ben engages in the most awkward conversation with his picnic buddy Courtney. He teaches her a non-game, “Hey Cow,” which I’m convinced he made up on the spot. The game involves them yelling “Hey Cow” until a cow looks over and… well… that’s it.
As far as public humiliation, it doesn’t get any better than this.
Although you will waste two minutes of your precious life watching this embarrassing clip, at least be happy this isn’t you.
One contestant on the new season of “The Bachelor”, Erica, faints while realizing she’s sent packing by Ben, the a man-whore with roses.
Ben and the rest of the desperate cat ladies pretend to care. Producers send a medic to the scene in case she actually dies of a broken heart. Don’t worry, she survived with only a bruised ego and a broken will to live.
If “The Bachelor” is your guilty pleasure, you can find more on the episode on Buzzfeed.
The infamous Rachel Uchitel, of Tiger Woods’ sex scandal fame, was recently turned down, reports RadarOnline. With her not-so-great track record with relationships, it should come as no surprise that Jake Pavelka (The Bachelor) didn’t fall prey to her advances.
A source said that Uchitel attempted to court Pavelka via email, sending one of his close friends a message asking to be hooked up with the now-single guy. The source told RadarOnline, “Jake thinks she’s probably a ‘nice girl’ but isn’t looking to date anytime soon.” We’re hesitant to call her a “nice girl,” but good on Pavelka for the manners.
This is just speculation, but Uchitel might need to wait until Pavelka actually gets married for her powers of seduction to work.
Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi took to the airwaves last night to talk about their breakup. Hot topics of the interview included Vienna selling her story to a tabloid, and Jake’s alleged emotional abuse.
The good people at People.com have provided a summary of the interview:
Round 1: How it all fell apart
Jake: “The relationship was going downhill but I wasn’t ready to quit fighting.”
Vienna: “The first month together was great. He was crazy about me. From there it went straight downhill. It felt like a relationship when cameras were rolling or we were out on a red carpet, but when we were at home [it was] lonely. I just wanted him to be around me and talk to me and kiss me like a normal relationship.”
Round 2: The tabloid interview
Vienna: “Either way, our relationship had been public. The world was going to want to know what happened . . . I hadn’t had a voice this entire time.”
Jake: “I’m so mad at you. I’m disgusted with you.”
Vienna: “You are a fame whore is what you are.”
Round 3: Their life after The Bachelor
Vienna: “My impression was that you were a pilot and we were going to go back to Florida and Dallas and live a normal life. Instead, we’re in L.A. and you’re pursuing a career in acting.”
Jake: “At least I was pursuing a career in something.”
Round 4: Jake’s turn on Dancing with the Stars
Vienna: “He never acknowledged me. We were never together, ever, throughout the whole thing. I was excited to spend time with him [on the show].”
Jake: “She was excited because I put her on TV.”
Round 5: Who broke up with whom?
Vienna: “I called you and broke up with you over the phone.”
Jake: “She’s like a tabloid. You get 40 percent of the truth.”
Round 6: Who’s at fault?
Vienna: “He was always mean to me and treated me like I was a child.”
Jake: “She breaks me down, she undermines me, she’s mean . . . this is it, right here.”
Round 7: The knockout punch
Vienna: “I am sorry that I went about it the way I did. But I know you, and I knew you would have [sold your story to a tabloid] if I didn’t.”
Jake: “You don’t know me and I wouldn’t have done it . . .”
Jake: [Shouts] “Please stop interrupting me!”
Vienna: [Storms out, crying] “He is the biggest liar I’ve ever met in my life!”
Jake: “Unfortunately, that’s what one of our arguments looks like.”
Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi, who found each other on the completely legitimate love show The Bachelor just a few months ago, have ended their engagement, reports E! News. That brings the total number of failed Bachelor pairs to 13.
“Jake and Vienna have split and appreciate the respect for their privacy at this time,” Pavelka’s rep said in a statement.
It’s okay, one of them is bound to end up on another season of The Bachelor and fine “true love” for real this time.
Melissa Rycroft has gone from one reality tv series to the next. Jilted by Jason Mesnick on the season finale of The Bachelor, Rycroft will rebound on the hit show – Dancing With the Stars, People has learned.
Rycroft originally received the coveted proposal from Mesnick, and was publicly dumped six weeks later for the runner-up bachelorette, Molly Malaney. According to tvwatch.com, Mesnick is not proud of what he had to do. “After we got back into the real world, all of a sudden, we had less to talk about and I didn’t know why. I started thinking wow, what’s happening? Why aren’t we communicating the way we did when the show was going on … There was part of me that wanted things to work out with Melissa so bad. But the whole other piece was I had these crazy feelings for Molly.”
By now, we all know Jason Mesnick is “a bastard.”
ABC’s most recent loser from The Bachelor reached a new low (even for reality TV) at Monday night’s After The Final Rose (ATFR) ceremony.
If you never watched The Bachelor—I’m pretty sure you did last night. After all, the show’s dramatic season finale was the series’ largest ever in five years. 15.5 million of us tuned into the two-hour season finale and, after learning that “the winner” Melissa Rycroft was traded in for runner-up Molly Malaney, another 2.5 million tuned in for the ATFR show.
I’m pretty sure Rycroft was not too please to learn the ratings.
As you know, there’s something special about giving yourself fully to someone on national television. From your time, support, trust, love and er body, giving “the one you love” everything you have in exchange for the same is a risk some people take—especially on a reality show. Add humiliation and lack of privacy and I can’t help but wonder why anyone would give up an opportunity to appear on television in search of love. Read more…
Andrew Firestone married model Ivana Bozilovic over the weekend, reports E! News.
According to the site, the former “Bachelor” swapped vows with Bozilovic in a central coastal town just north of Santa Barbara, California where his family owns a vineyard.
Firestone, who is the great-grandson of Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. founder Harvey Firestone, proposed to on Bozilovic’s 30th birthday—after two years of dating.
“I was hoping she would say yes,” Firestone told “Us Weekly” back in October. “I was banking on it!”
Firestone was also previously briefly engaged to Jennifer Schefft – to whom he gave the final rose in season three of “The Bachelor.”
“Sometimes you get hurt before you actually make it right,” Firestone said recently. “[Ivana] makes me a better person. Never before have I been so gushy.”
ABC’s The Bachelor doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to successful couplings.
Mary Delgado and Byron Velvick, one of the show’s last standing hookups, got into quite the domestic dispute just hours after appearing on this season’s After the Rose special.
Delgado was arrested in Florida on charges of assaulting Velvick at 12:15 on Wednesday morning. The angry confrontation, according to police, resulted in Delgado hitting Velvick in the face and splitting his upper lip.
PEOPLE reports that when police got to the two-bedroom townhouse that the couple shares in Tampa, they arrested the 40-year-old former Bachelor contestant and took her to the Pinellas County Jail.
She was charged with one count of battery and was released after about 14 hours.
The couple appeared on the Bachelor’s sixth season where Byron Velvick gave Delgado the final rose and a marriage proposal.
The couple has lived together for almost three years and said that they have plans to marry next year.
Ladies, remember when you were a little girl who harboured dreams of a fairy-tale marriage to a prince? Well, you too could live happily ever after, if you signed on as a contestant on ABC’s reality series “The Bachelor.”
In its new season, the network is taking 25 women to Rome, where they will turn on the charm, hike up the skirts, and – hopefully – lure in this year’s bachelor Prince Lorenzo Borghese.
If 24 other women wasn’t competition enough, the show is also throwing in two yet-to-be-identified natives from Italy for the 34-year-old prince to choose from.
Of the 25 bachelorettes making the trip across the pond, only one is Canadian – 30-year-old Sarah, a journalist from British Columbia.
The series premieres Monday at 9 p.m. EST on ABC.