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Bachelor Alum Lauren Bushnell Welcomes First Child With Chris Lane

Lauren Bushnell made headlines when she starred on "The Bachelor" and ended up with Ben Higgins, but a lot has changed since then, and it's clear she has found her forever love with country singer Chris Lane. Lauren and Lane married in October 2019 after a whirlwind romance, according to...
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Bachelor Nation's Lauren Bushnell Gives Birth, Welcomes First Baby With Chris Lane

Watch: Newlyweds Lauren Bushnell & Chris Lane Reveal Wedding Secrets. Lauren Bushnell is officially a mom. The Bachelor alum announced to Instagram on Thursday, June 10 that she and husband Chris Lane welcomed a baby boy named Dutton Walker Lane on June 8. She shared pics of herself and Chris holding the little one, and the proud mom could be seen wearing a necklace that read "Dutton."
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'The Bachelor' Alum Urges 'Fresh Faces' on Show After Chris Harrison Exit

Former The Bachelorette contestant Tyler Cameron hopes the franchise will get some "fresh faces" to host new seasons of The Bachelor after host Chris Harrison left for good earlier this week. Harrison permanently left the franchise on Tuesday, hours after the first season of The Bachelorette without him premiered Monday night. Harrison reportedly received an eight-figure payout on his way out the door.
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'Bachelor' Host Chris Harrison Exits Franchise After Race Controversy

Chris Harrison's time with the Bachelor franchise is at an end. According to reporter Matthew Belloni, former editor of The Hollywood Reporter, Harrison will no longer be the host of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette going forward. The news was first reported in Belloni's What I'm Hearing... newsletter, and later confirmed by Harrison on Instagram.
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Chris Harrison's 'The Bachelor' Replacement Won't Be Revealed Anytime Soon

With the news that Chris Harrison would be exiting The Bachelor franchise in a permanent capacity after nearly two decades of hosting, people immediately began speculating over who his replacement would be. The current season of The Bachelorette is being co-hosted by alums Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe, and the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise is set to have a rotating group of hosts, including comedian David Spade, rapper Lil Jon, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor Tituss Burgess, and musician Lance Bass. Fan-favorite former Bachelorette contestant Wells Adams and his Modern Family actress fiancee Sarah Hyland are also expected to make an appearance.
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Bachelor In Paradise Alum Tanner Tolbert Slams Newly Announced Bachelor 'Circus'

Following Chris Harrison's exit from "The Bachelor" franchise, fans have been anticipating who will replace him as the host of the show. Fear not, viewers — the wait is over. The official Instagram page for "Bachelor In Paradise" announced their first round of star-studded rotating hosts for the show on June 9. "Welcome to paradise," The caption reads. "Tituss Burgess, Lance Bass, David Spade, and Lil Jon will join as rotating celebrity guest hosts for this season of #BachelorInParadise!"
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Chris Harrison's attorney represented the wife of The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss when she made abuse allegations

Deadline's report that Harrison was exiting The Bachelor franchise with a "mid-range eight-figure payoff" also noted that "Harrison lawyer Bryan Freedman (was) pledging to unleash the Shiva of lawsuits exposing a swath of The Bachelor’s alleged dirty laundry unless (Harrison) emerged feeling the financial love." Variety followed up by reporting that "Harrison’s team came to the table with ammo of their own — one example is bringing up former allegations against The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss, who was accused by his wife of domestic violence, which led to a police probe in 2019. (Fleiss and his wife have since reconciled.)" As The Daily Beast points out, it was Freedman who "represented Fleiss’ formerly estranged wife, Laura Kaeppeler Fleiss, during the couple’s divorce that year." Entertainment lawyer and Sharma Law founder Anita K. Sharma tells The Daily Beast: “Just hiring Freedman was a huge shot across the bow from Harrison from the outset, and shows the level of contentiousness involved." While Kaeppler's information would remain confidential under attorney-client privilege, Sharma says that anything that came from third parties about Fleiss would be under no such restriction. The Daily Beast's Laura Bradley points out that Harrison and Fleiss famously did not get along when they first met. “We hated each other,” Harrison told The Cut in 2015. “It was a five-minute meeting that I was told would take an hour.” Fleiss is quoted as saying Harrison "looked like a guy barfed on by an eight-week-old." (UC Berkeley-educated Fleiss is liberal and anti-Trump, while self-described "conservative Texas boy" Harrison's right-wing-tinged arguments when it comes to race is how he got into trouble in the first place with his Extra interview with Rachel Lindsay.) Fleiss and Harrison eventually did hit it off, but as Bradley notes: "It would appear, however, that their bond has now soured—and that Harrison wanted to send a message with his choice of attorney." “There’s obviously tons of very talented litigators in L.A.—especially within the entertainment business—that he could have used,” Sharma said. Choosing the one who represented Fleiss’ formerly estranged wife in a contentious divorce, Sharma adds, “was definitely a power move.”
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'Bachelor' Alum Lauren Bushnell Gives Birth to First Child With Chris Lane

Former The Bachelor contestant Lauren Bushnell and her husband, country singer Chris Lane, welcomed their first child on Tuesday. The happy parents shared the news on their Instagram pages on Thursday. Bushnell, 31, received the final rose from The Bachelor's Ben Higgins, but they split in 2017. Lane, 36, and Bushnell married in 2019.
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‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Cast: These Relationships Are Already Heating Up

The Bachelorette may have just started but some fans of the franchise are already gearing up to watch Bachelor in Paradise. Little by little more information is leaking out about the upcoming season. It was recently revealed that Chris Harrison would not be hosting this BIP season, rather a rotating selection of celebrities and former contestants like Wells Adams will take turns guest hosting the show. Even though there hasn’t been much confirmation on who the Bachelor in Paradise cast will consist of, rumors are already floating around about some potential matches.
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Hannah Brown's Net Worth: How Much Is The Bachelorette Star Worth?

If you've ever watched "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette" you're probably already familiar with the phrase, "not here for the right reasons." The contestants often utter this phrase about a fellow castmate whom they suspect isn't there to find love, but is actually on the show to find fame and fortune. That being said, who can blame someone for that being the case? Considering the opportunities you can accrue from a successful run on the show, it's true that some contestants might be there for more than just love. Shocking, we know.
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Chris Harrison's 'The Bachelor' bombshell, more celeb news ICYMI

It's the end of an era for "The Bachelor," "The Bachelorette" and "Bachelor in Paradise." On June 8, Chris Harrison confirmed that he's leaving the franchise after 19 years at the helm. "I've had a truly incredible run as host of The Bachelor franchise and now I'm excited to start a new chapter," he wrote on Instagram. "I'm so grateful to Bachelor Nation for all of the memories we've made together. While my two-decade journey is wrapping up, the friendships I've made will last a lifetime." Page Six reported that Chris demanded a $25 million buyout. It's not known if he got it. Earlier this year, Chris had taken a leave of absence from the show after defending contestant Rachel Kirkconnell for her controversial racist past actions.
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Chris Harrison ‘Sad’ About Leaving The Bachelor: What He Wants To Do Next

Chris Harrison is feeling ‘sad’ following his exit from ‘The Bachelor’ after a 19-year stint as host on the popular ABC reality dating show. Chris Harrison‘ is “sad” that his 19-year hosting gig with The Bachelor franchise has come to an end. The announcement came on June 8 following a racism controversy earlier this year, when Chris took a step back from his hosting gigs and did not return for season 17 of The Bachelorette.