"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison is speaking out about the future of the franchise and caused quite a stir when he revealed that there would likely never be a "chubby" Bachelor or Bachelorette featured on the series. Harrison has seen it all during his time as host of the reality competition, and this season is definitely no different.
"No," Harrison responded to a question posed by the New York Times Magazine about having a "less hunky, like maybe a chubby guy" for a Bachelor.
"You know why? Because that's not attractive, and television is a very visual medium, and I know that sounds horrible to say, but I know that at 42, in the eyes of television, I'm old and unattractive. Sure, I can put a suit and tie on, but I have hair on my chest and I don't have a 12-pack. I live a healthy life, but I don't do eight hours in the gym, nor do I want to. And I don't eat 50,000 egg whites," Harrison explained. more >>
Jayceon "The Game" Taylor is defending the Kardashians after rumors swirled concerning the context of he and Kim Kardashian previously dating.
After the 34-year-old rapper has been linked to "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star Khloe Kardashian while the pair have partied together, he let it be known that he used to date Kim, 33. When people attempted to speculate about the pair's relationship it seemed to upset the rapper who took to Twitter to clear the record.
"Kim & Kanye are 2gether, they have a beautiful baby, Let em live," Game tweeted on Sunday. "Me & Khloe just kool, let her live. Creating lame (expletive) to drive blogs SMH." more >>
Tom Bergeron and his brand new "Dancing With The Stars" co-host Erin Andrews appeared on "Good Morning America" to unveil the contestants of the new season on Tuesday this week.
The 18th season of ABC's hit dancing reality series will kick off later this month with 12 new contestants who were introduced on March 4. First, "The Wonder Years" star Danica McKellan was announced as a cast member as the crowd went crazy with cheers.
Next, Australian pop singer Cody Simpson was introduced to the crowd, followed by guitarist Billy Dee Williams. As the show progressed, the woman who successfully swam from Cuba to Florida without a shark tank, Diana Nyad, was introduced at season 18's cast member, followed by "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Nene Leakes. more >>
Marlo Hampton, the socialite who became popular on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" is apologizing to the show's star NeNe Leakes after the pair engaged in a verbal altercation on and off of the reality television series.
Hampton first appeared on the series during its fourth season and did not return for the fifth. Although she has made a few appearances during the sixth season, a recent verbal altercation took place between the pair on the show which carried over to Twitter where they traded insults last week.
However, Hampton says she is ashamed of her actions and realized that she is a role model to young women. more >>
"The Following" is back on Fox with the latest installment of season two, entitled "Sacrifice."
While the second season of the thriller series is well underway, fans are anxious to know what will happen to Ryan Hardy, portrayed by Kevin Bacon. Fortunately, Bacon revealed insight when discussing the series creator Kevin Williamson's reflections on season one. In creating the second season of the show, Williamson took stock in fans' reactions to Hardy's battle against Joe Carroll's reign of terror. Bacon elaborated on what the creator decided while speaking to TV Line.
"Well, a lot of the comments last year were about people wanting me to have a few more wins," Bacon explained of his former FBI agent character. "I kept getting beaten up, bad guys kept getting away from me, to the point where it got a little bit like, 'Come on.' So we've tried to give him a bit more success every once in a while, because you want the hero to have a little success." more >>
Brady Williams and his five wives are the stars of a new reality series on TLC. The six Williams family members decided to go public with their story in order to dispel myths about polygamy, including about sexual relations between Brady and his wives.
"All of America is having sex," Brady told HuffPost Live. "It's no big deal to answer [questions]. We're not perverted, we're not twisted. We're normal – we're just normal times five."
However, Dean Gregory Alan Thornbury of the school of theology at Union University in Tennessee has been quick to point out that polygamy, even within "Christian" families, makes void God's command for one man and one woman to "become one flesh," as it is written in the Bible. He notes that the nouns used in this command are singular for a reason, in reference to the Garden of Eden, in which Adam and Eve were brought together by God -- one man, one woman. more >>