It's a bad show to be a brunette.
He makes the first moves, while the women wait passively for attention, dates, and a rose.
The most relatable "Bachelor" series yet.
Sometimes we need to wind down after a hectic day, park ourselves on the couch, forget about our progressive values and enjoy some good old-fashioned sexism, racism and homophobia. Video by Tom Compagnoni.
There's a police car, fire twirling and tears... and this is just the first episode.
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What the hell is a "love coach"?
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The new Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay, is flawless. First of all, look at her: She's got an incandescent smile, gorgeous features and a great body. Then, consider that the 31-year-old Dallas native is...
Whether you love or hate "The Bachelor," you have to admit — wouldn't it probably be better with dogs? The people over at the Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society in New Mexico make a st...
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Yes, two "Bachelor" contestants found love with each other. No, they're not doing it for the publicity. Megan Marx and Tiffany Scanlon appear on the January 2017 cover of Maxim Australia after being n...
I always know when the US season starts because fired-up fans jump on my website, ignore the fact that there's a profile picture of a bald writer rather than a hirsute, white-toothed, TV host, and then pour their hearts out.
I like wearing a bra, a preference which would seriously limit my options for the weekly cocktail party dresses. And let's face it, the bedazzled cocktail party dresses are a weekly highlight.