THERE’S ANOTHER ONE.
THERE’S ANOTHER ONE.
Even with a love letter video, I just don’t know if he can shake that title.
No, this is the MOST shocking rose ceremony in Bachelor history.
A magical connection.
Watching this season of The Bachelor was painful. But being on the show was apparently even more difficult.
Will you accept this rose?
Because we’re all pandas trying to make it in a world full of brown bears.
Cupcake Wars is fake?!?! (Purported details come from this Reddit thread.)
As always, the season premiere of The Bachelor featured “limo introductions.” Some were more successful than others.
From Pete Campbell’s sarcastic retort to the best “YOLO” of the year, here’s a look back at 2013’s most quotable television moments. Presented in no particular order.
Hint: since never.
ABC needs to make this show for real.
Prepare your liver for tonight’s finale.
The best thing to come out of Venezuela since, well, ever.
Starring Kimmel’s toddler nephew, Wesley.
It’s been a wild week for the Masters champ.
BuzzFeed crunched the numbers — and they’re dismal.
ABC is doing poorly again this season.
Sean’s in on the joke, you guys!
ABC put out a call for applicants for “The Bachelor Nation Party Van,” which will travel to a lucky viewing party next week with this season’s Bachelor Sean and host Chris Harrison in tow. The ladies who are applying want to emphasize that they cuddle together a lot.
It was kind of a freak show!
It was a mess.
This is an unprecedented number of Ashleys.
ABC’s losers looking for love on a national stage may continue to be white, a court ruled. That story and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Remember when he was on a TV show and made out with a bunch of girls, then chose one and they broke up anyway? Yes, well now he is a California delegate of the Republican National Convention.
I mean, some dude actually dressed up like an old lady only to reveal himself as a regular bro later. A classic Tobais Funke move.
Heads up: it looks like the upcoming “Burning Love” is going to be hilarious.
Think about it: how many non-white people do you remember being on the series, ever? Exactly.