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Desiree Hartsock will be the new 'Bachelorette'

Desiree Hartsock will star in this summer’s ninth edition of ABC’s The Bachelorette, Chris Harrison announced tonight during The Bachelor: After the Final Rose. The 26-year-old fashion designer had strong chemistry with Sean Lowe on this season of The Bachelor, but was ultimately rejected after a tense meet-and-greet with Des’ brother Nate.

Hartsock recently made waves on The Women Tell All when she showed up without bangs.

Read more:
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'Bachelorette' season premiere set for May 20

There is little rest for rose lovers. ABC has announced that the ninth season of The Bachelorette will premiere on May 20. The lucky single lady will be officially revealed on March 11, after the season finale of Bachelor Sean Lowe’s journey, during The Bachelor: After the Final Rose.

Should it be AshLee, whose heart was crushed when Sean said goodbye after she made his final three? Vote below. READ FULL STORY

What to expect (or not expect) on 'The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.'s Wedding'

On Sunday, reality TV fans are invited to the third ceremony in Bachelor franchise history – The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.’s Wedding (ABC, 9 p.m. ET). In a conference call with reporters today, newlyweds Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum shared a few details on what viewers may or may not see during their Mindy Weiss-planned Pasadena nuptials:

You will see: Chris Harrison officiating. “Chris Harrison was really our first choice,” Rosenbaum said. “He has been there from the very beginning, when Ashley was obviously on Brad [Womack's] season and then throughout our season. He’s seen our good sides, our bad sides. Even off the show, we see him when he’s in New York. We have a really great relationship, and it just all made sense to come full circle and to have Chris Harrison up there with us.” The couple wrote their own vows. “You’ll definitely see some tears, but not as many as you might think,” Hebert said. “We were pretty composed.”

You won’t see: Chris Harrison ruling the dance floor. Though apparently, he did. “There was a moment where Chris Harrison and one of the producers tied their ties together and created a limbo for everybody. You definitely won’t see that. But that was a really fun part of the night,” Hebert said. “Babe, I have a picture of that, actually,” Rosenbaum added. “I think we’ll release that at some point,” Hebert joked.  READ FULL STORY

Best of 2012: From 'Bachelorette' to Fox News and 'Revenge' -- The fights of the year

Whether TV’s feistiest figures were slapping each other down with words or fists, there was plenty of strife to go around this year. Below, we reminisce fondly over all the boob slapping, bare knuckle boxing, Bachelorette beatdowns, and more. READ FULL STORY

'Bachelorette' Ashley Hebert's wedding will be televised

For fans still reeling from Emily and Jef’s breakup this should help lessen the sting: Bachelorette Ashley Hebert’s upcoming wedding to J.P. Rosenbaum will be televised on ABC, the network announced today.

Hebert, who chose love with Rosenbaum during her cycle of the dating show in August 2011, will participate in a whole wedding extravaganza. The special will include dress fittings, bachelor and bachelorette parties, and of course the big day itself. The best part? The ceremony is being officiated by Chris Harrison.

Hebert is the second Bachelorette to make it to the altar. Funnily enough, Trista Sutter, who was the first, also filmed her wedding for a television special, as did Bachelor Jason Mesnick. If it ain’t broke…

The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.’s Wedding will air Dec. 16 from 9-11 p.m.

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Emily Maynard and Jef Holm of 'Bachelorette' end engagement

The rumors are true: Emily Maynard is once again a bachelorette. She and fiancé Jef Holm, whom she met on the latest season of ABC’s The Bachelorette, have broken off their engagement.

Maynard and Holm each released statements about the split to People. Here’s what Maynard had to say:

I am sorry to tell you that Jef and I have, indeed, parted ways. It was a very difficult and heartbreaking decision.

As you know, at first I wasn’t sure that I should even be The Bachelorette, but I am a hopeless romantic and I do believe in the show. I have no regrets because I did find love and shared an incredible journey with a really special person – and you know what, we tried our best because the love between us was so real.

I have nothing but respect and love for Jef and his family, but ultimately we are just at different points in our lives.  I’ve learned so much and I’m grateful for all of the support I’ve received. I’m excited and hopeful for the next chapter in my life with my daughter, Ricki. I do hope that you will respect our privacy and allow us the time we need to heal.

And here’s Holm’s statement:  READ FULL STORY

'Bachelorette: Men Tell All': Will Ryan be the next Bachelor? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Tonight, it’s the two-hour “Men Tell All” episode of The Bachelorette (ABC, 8 p.m. ET), and as fans know, there’s no love lost between Ryan and the rest of the guys. In the exclusive clip below, Chris Bukowski confronts Ryan about conversations Ryan Bowers had with other guys about possibly being the next Bachelor. More than one jab’s taken. (We pronounce Chris Harrison the real winner of this round.)  READ FULL STORY

Did Reality Steve spoil another 'Bachelorette' finale?

On the fan site Reality Steve — a blog run by Steve Carbone that largely seeks to spoil the outcome on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette – a July 3 post reveals who Emily Maynard will allegedly choose in the July 22 finale on the ABC dating show. Citing no sources, Carbone says it took him “six weeks to get it confirmed, but by golly, I’m finally glad I did.”

“The live finale will NOT be Emily making her final decision, or pulling a Jen Scheft and choosing no one, or saying ‘no.’” Carbone writes. “They’re engaged.”

Did Carbone violate the terms of his recent settlement with Warner Bros.-owned NZK Prods and Alternative TV, which sued Carbone in December for soliciting information from The Bachelor cast and crew? One of the apparent terms was that Carbone agreed “to have no further contact whatsoever with any of the cast, crew or employees of The Bachelor,” according to a statement by a studio spokesperson.

But Carbone, in an email to EW, said, “None of my sources are cast and crew.” He also said he has not heard from the studio since publishing the alleged spoiler on his blog earlier this week.

A Warner Bros. spokeswoman declined to comment.

It’s unclear whether Carbone’s most recent spoiler is correct, but he’s been right in the past. Meanwhile, Carbone posted this on Twitter after the settlement with the studio was reached: “Long story short: RealitySteve.com isn’t going anywhere, I don’t owe the other side a penny, and they had no case.”

For more:

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‘Bachelor Pad 3′ finale contestant revealed
‘Bachelorette’ finale shakeup planned

'Bachelorette': Emily's hometown date with Jef and his highest hair ever -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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On Monday’s episode of The Bachelorette, we’ll see Emily travel to the hometowns of her four remaining suitors. Below is a clip of her visit to St. George, Utah, with growing fan favorite — or is he just mine? — Jef. Jef has made it clear that he’ll break up with a woman if his parents don’t think she’s a good match for him. Luckily, they are still rather vaguely “committed to some stuff” in South Carolina and won’t be at the family ranch. Instead, she meets Jef’s siblings and worries that they won’t like her because Jef refuses to touch her once they enter the gate. Watch a clip below. READ FULL STORY

'The Bachelorette': Alessandro reveals his vampire hunting skills -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Last week’s episode of The Bachelorette featured lots of shocking moments: Tony’s emotional breakdown over missing his son, Ryan’s ill-conceived declaration that he wouldn’t “love on” Emily as much if she gained weight after they were married, and Alessandro’s language-barrier-fueled admission that he views the idea of becoming a husband and a stepfather a “compromise.” But something even more jaw-dropping took place within the walls of the Potential Husband Plantation… Let’s hear Emily tell it (from her people.com blog): READ FULL STORY

InsideTV Podcast: Best summer TV show ever? Plus: A frisky 'Bachelorette' chat with Nanny

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From Mad Men and The Wire to Seinfeld and Sex and the City to The Real World, Survivor and American Idol, TV’s gems often debut during the dog days of summer. But what is the best summer series ever? Kristen Baldwin and I discuss and debate that very topic on the latest installment of the InsideTV Podcast. We also share our picks for which show we are most looking forward to this summer. (Hint: Both our selections start with the letter B.) READ FULL STORY

'Bachelorette': Emily Maynard previews tonight's dates (Dollywood!)

Tonight, Emily Maynard’s journey on The Bachelorette continues (ABC, 8 p.m. ET) with an episode that includes guest appearances by country singer Luke Bryan and Dolly Parton. Emily surprises race car driver Arie with a flight to Dollywood, which is open to just the two of them, and Parton surprises Maynard with a private concert debuting a song she penned for her. “So I got to dance while Dolly Parton is singing a song she wrote just for me. I mean, when did this become my life?” Maynard tells EW. “One of my favorite moments of my whole life, not just of being the Bachelorette, was meeting Dolly Parton. I can’t even put into words how excited I was. And I had no words when I met her. I couldn’t get away fast enough. I just froze. I was so embarrassed.” READ FULL STORY

InsideTV Podcast: How to fix 'American Idol.' Plus: Sizing up 'Bachelorette' villains and the 'Glee' finale

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Phillip Philips just won American Idol! Of course, we could have pretty much predicted that result when we first laid eyes on him back in January. That’s because Phillips is now the fifth straight white-guy-playing-guitar to win the show (along with David Cook, Kris Allen, Lee DeWyze, and Scotty McCreery). But predictability in terms of winners is just one of the problems plaguing a show which lost around 30 percent of its audience from just a year ago. Are the contestants to blame? The judges? The format? On the newest edition of the InsideTV Podcast, Jessica Shaw and I brainstorm ideas to help the reality competition show get back on track. READ FULL STORY

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