The Bachelor

Rumors that Clare Crawley will be replaced by Tayshia Adams aren't being dismissed out of hand by the show's production company.
This is a start, but the overwhelmingly white show still has a lot of work to do.
The hosts of “Here to Make Friends” are back with their final quarantine video episode — for now. Claire Fallon, Emma Gray and Leigh Blickley [SPEAK] with winners Chris and Bri about their romance, their future and why that final performance was so nerve-wracking. But first, the hosts discuss Hannah Brown’s use of the N-word on Instagram and the responses from former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay and Tyler Cameron.
The winning duo got candid about their time on reality TV and what comes next.
The hosts of “Here to Make Friends” log on from their living rooms to serve up another week of “Bachelor” nation (and “Too Hot To Handle”) news, including the key details THTH left out of its reunion episode, plus which “Listen To Your Heart” declarations of love were a smash hit and which … flopped. They also chat with cast member Rudi Gutierrez and get some hints at what’s in store for the season finale.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” are back with a Webby nomination (!) and a fresh week of Bachelor Nation news. Claire Fallon, Emma Gray and Leigh Blickley discuss Pilot Pete and Kelley’s newly-official relationship, a surprising “Too Hot To Handle” romance and the love quadrangle drama in the latest episode of “Listen To Your Heart. Plus, watch a clip of their exclusive interview with LTYH’s Julia Rae, who reveals what Brandon said to her off-camera.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends In Quarantine” — including Claire Fallon, back from maternity leave! — break down this week in “Bachelor” news, including still more Peter/Madi drama, the state of Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron’s relationship and Clare Crawley’s warning to her upcoming “Bachelorette” suitors. They also pick their frontrunners to win “Listen To Your Heart,” which has become a full-fledged singing competition show. Plus, listen to an excerpt of their exclusive interview with Kelz Dyke from Netflix’s “Too Hot To Handle.”
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” break down a week in “Bachelor” news, from Victoria Fuller’s unexpected new quarantine companion, Chris Soules, to Jenna Cooper’s long-awaited vindication. Plus, they interview ‘Bachelor’ alum and self-described “third wheel of the year” Dustin Kendrick, who is spending quarantine with Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan.
HuffPost reporters admit when they're wrong. In this case, they prematurely bashed a show that ended up being the highlight of their quarantine week.
Emma Gray and Leigh Blickley are back for a special quarantine edition of “Here To Make Friends.” There’s a lot to discuss, from which sets of Bachelor alums are locking down together to the revelation that “Listen To Your Heart” might actually … be good? Plus, they interview former Bachelor Colton Underwood about his coronavirus recovery and his new memoir, “The First Time.” Find full episodes of “Here to Make Friends” on Apple, Google, Spotify