Chris Harrison is the host of The Bachelor. He's pretty much a major tool.
Chris Harrison on Colton Underwood: The V-Card is Still Intact!
Jordan Kimball and Jenna Cooper: Will ABC Air Their Breakup Drama?
Just this week, Bachelor in Paradise fans watched Jenna Cooper and Jordan Kimball's engagement unfold on screen. They were planning a June wedding.
The Bachelor: How Colton Underwood's Virginity Changes Everything
The Bachelor Nation knows that Colton Underwood is the next Bachelor, and fans have some questions and concerns.
Chris Harrison has come forward to address at least some of those worries. He promises that fans will have a good time.
Most Ridiculous Fight Ever: Coming to The Bachelorette!
DING! DING! DING!
According to Chris Harrison, it is about to be on next Monday night.
Chris Harrison Calls BS on Arie Luyendyk Break-Up Story
Arie Luyendyk Jr. may be ready for his Happily Ever After to begin.
But many questions still remain.
The Bachelor Winter Games: Ben Higgins Leaves in Tears
Chris Harrison Breaks Silence on Bachelor in Paradise Scandal
Chris Harrison understands why the Internet can't stop talking about what allegedly transpired south of the border during the taping of Bachelor in Paradise last week.
But he'd really like it if everyone could take a deep breath at least.
Chris Harrison: Sorry for The Bachelor Spoilers!
Bachelor history was made on Monday night.
Following weeks of rumors, it was confirmed that Rachel Lindsay will be The Bachelorette on Season 13, making her the first African-American to anchor the franchise.
The Bachelor Spoilers: Man Tears, Major Drama to Come!
Nick Viall is about to pull a Jason Mesnick.
Does this mean he'll find his bride on The Bachelor Season 21, get married, have a child and live happily ever after?
The Bachelorette: Is She Still Bitter Over Ben?
JoJo Fletcher is ready to turn heartbreak into her big break.
Amy Schumer Slams Chris Harrison For Allegedly Sexist Remark
The Bachelor is not a show one generally looks to for progressive feminist values, but apparently comedian and admitted reality TV junkie Amy Schumer thought host Chris Harrison's comments on last night's episode were insensitive and misogynistic, even by the not-so-lofty standards of a show on which a bunch of women compete for the attention of one dude.