We’re only half-way through the season but ‘The Bachelorette’s’ finale might have already been spoiled.
If you’re a fan of ‘The Bachelorette’ and you don’t want any spoilers about this season it’s probably time to stop reading, as Kaitlyn Bristowe might just have given away the ending. Although the cat might be already out of the bag, the series is only six episodes into its 11th season and the finale is not scheduled to air until next month.
Kaitlyn Bristowe is this season’s bachelorette.
On Friday evening Bristowe published a Snapchat story, showing her in bed with contestant Shawn Booth, seemingly revealing the two were now and couple and he had won this season. Bristol quickly removed the pic but not before it was screen capped and shared across the internet by angry fans.
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Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici who met on 'The Bachelor' are spending the days before their wedding in the Four Seasons Resort in Santa Barbara. The couple are most definitely enjoying each other's company and are constantly keeping their fans updated by posting pictures on social media.
Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, former stars of reality show the bachelor have anxiously waiting to tie the knot on Sunday 26th January.
Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe of The Bachelor will marry on Sunday 26th January.
The couple met on 17th season of 'The Bachelor' and are one of the few couples formed on the show to reach the aisle together. This is no ordinary wedding as, in honour of the way they met, the couple have agreed to have the whole ceremony televised on ABC.
"The Bachelor" star has come out with an apology, more or less.
Another strange story has come out of that beacon of complex thought and tolerance – the bachelor. After Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis raised some eyebrows with what sounded like a strongly homophobic remark (“Now there is fathers having kids and all that, and it is hard for me to understand that too in the sense of a household having peoples”), he has now issued an apology on (where else?) Facebook.
Galavis sparked mild outrage with his comment on Friday.
According to TV Guide, who first published the story, Galavis blames what he considers just a minor misunderstanding on the language barrier, saying: “The word pervert was not what I meant to say and I am very sorry about it. Everyone knows English is my second language and my vocabulary is not as broad as it is in Spanish and, because of this, sometimes I use the wrong words to express myself," Galavis wrote. "What I meant to say was that gay people are more affectionate and intense and for a segment of the TV audience this would be too racy to accept. The show is very racy as it is and I don't let my 5 year old daughter watch it.”
Gia Allemand's family, friends and colleagues will gather for the third and final time this week to pay tribute to the late 'The Bachelor' contestant.
Gia Allemand's funeral will be held today (22nd August) in the midst of the investigation into her death. It will be the third memorial service for the late reality television contestant, this week.
Gia Allemand in 2010.
Gia Allemand's memorial service was held yesterday (21st August) in Queens, New York. the bachelor star's funeral service will be held today, Thursday 22nd August, at Trinity Grace Church in Chelsea, New York. The funeral today will be the third service in memory of the late model this week, after the family memorial in Queens and a tribute in New Orleans on Saturday (18th August).
Gia Allemand's mother has issued a statement warning media outlets against a number of false sources who have commented on the death of her daughter. The Bachelor's management has also commented on their support system in place for their contestants.
Everyone seems to have something to say on the death of Gia Allemand. Her mother has issued a statement warning against false sources, whilst the bachelor's representatives have claimed that support is in place for contestants.
Gia Allemand at an event in 2010, honouring the MTV Music Awards in L.A.
Allemand was found unconscious on Monday (12th August) by her boyfriend NBA player Ryan Anderson. She was rushed to hospital and placed on support in ICU. It has later transpired she had hung herself. Sadly, she was taken off life support on Wednesday 14th August after "critical loss of brain and organ function."
Continue reading: Gia Allemand's Mother Will Speak At Daughter's Funeral On Thursday
Gia Allemand, 'The Bachelor' star who died on Wednesday following a suicide attempt, allegedly suffered from depression. She was also concerned with the state of her romantic relationship.
Gia Allemand's friends have come forward to tell a New York newspaper the bachelor star suffered from depression and was concerned at the state of her relationship with her boyfriend Ryan Anderson.
Gia Allemand at a 2010 MTV Event in L.A.
Allemand was found unconscious on Monday by her boyfriend NBA player Anderson. It appears she hung herself in a suicide attempt which, although prolonged, was eventually and sadly successful. She was taken off life support on Wednesday 14th August after "critical loss of brain and organ function".
Boyfriend Ryan Anderson pays tribute, "She was the most beautiful person I knew," after Gia was removed from life support.
It has been confirmed by family that reality TV star Gia Allemand died yesterday (14 Aug) after she was removed from life support. The 29 year-old model was found hanging unconscious in her New Orleans home by her basketball player boyfriend on Monday (12th Aug) and was immediately rushed to hospital where she was on life support in critical condition until Wednesday, reports TMZ.
Gia Allemand Died On Wednesday 14th August.
Gia's condition failed to improve despite medics' intervention and the decision was made to halt life support attempts. Her mother and boyfriend were at her side when she passed away in hospital and have confirmed Allemand's death. Just days before her attempted hanging, Gia was pictured out and about; looking happy with her boyfriend and attending a Herbal Essences event. It is believed that Gia's attempt to commit suicide as a result of a rocky relationship with her boyfriend Ryan, who plays for the New Orleans Pelicans, though this not confirmed.
Continue reading: Gia Allemand, Star Of 'The Bachelor,' Dies After Suicide Attempt
The reality star was found unconscious in her home by her boyfriend, who rushed her to hospital - where she later passed away.
Gia Allemand has passed away at a New Orleans hospital after committing what seems to be a successful suicide attempt. The former contestant on the bachelor was found unconscious in her home by boyfriend Ryan Anderson, who immediately took her to a local hospital where she was placed on a life support machine. She was taken off life support after suffering "critical loss of brain and organ function" on Wednesday 14 August.
Gia gave no indication that she might want to take her own life.
The reality television beauty was found by her NBA-star boyfriend Anderson hanging by her neck when he arrived home on Monday (12 August). The 29-year-old was then rushed to University Hospital in New Orleans and placed on a life support machine for two days, but sadly the doctor's attempts to revive her were in vain and she passed away on Wednesday morning. Her family released a statement later that day confirming her death, saying that Allemand had died peacefully, surrounded by her loved ones.
Continue reading: Gia Allemand Dies; Bachelor Star Kills Herself By Hanging
Gia Allemand is on a life support machine in hospital.
Gia Allemand - you may remember the name, or the face. She was a contestant on the season 14 of the bachelor - the reality show that sees a load of attractive women trying to win the hearts of one lucky guy.
According to a representative for the star, she is in critical condition following a serious emergency medical event - the details of which are currently unknown.
Allemand's mother is said to be with her, along with her long-time boyfriend, NBA basketball star Ryan Anderson. According to E! online, the family is asking for privacy at this time.
Continue reading: What Happened To Gia Allemand? The Bachelor Star On Life Support
The Bachelor couple welcome a baby girl into the world
Former “Bachelor” Jason Mesnick and his wife Molly Malaney Mesnick just welcomed their baby girl this Thursday, proving that true love sometimes does happen, even on reality matchmaker shows.
The pair met on the bachelor and are one of the few couples on the show who actually went on to get married and stay together. Interestingly enough though, Malaney was not the winner of Season 13. Instead, the final rose went to Melissa Rycroft. Only after the show did Mesnick publicly break up with Rycroft (on national television, how else?) and revive his romance with the runner-up, Malaney. Almost four years later, the relationship is still going strong. Now the proud parents of Riley Anne Mesnick already have their hands full with the new baby girl. She "has a full head of hair -- probably more than I'll have in the next few years," Jason told People magazine. "What's amazing to me is when Molly is holding Riley, her eyes do not come off of her. I'm already seeing how much Molly loves the baby."
The new mom herself has also expressed her excitement via social media: "Oooo this little peanut has already got me wrapped around her finger! #RileyMesnick," she tweeted Friday. Riley is Mesnick’s second child, but only Malaney’s first. So, all that’s left is to congratulate the new parents and wish them all the best with their happy and healthy baby girl.
Continue reading: 'Bachelor' Couple Jason And Molly Mesnick Welcome Baby Girl Riley
The final two women meet Sean's family. - United States - Monday 11th March 2013