Emily Maynard, a former Bachelorette, married Tyler Johnson in a surprise wedding ceremony in South Carolina.
Emily Maynard, a former Bachelorette, tied the knot on Saturday (7th June). The 28-year-old single mother from North Carolina married Tyler Johnson in a large ceremony in Sharon, South Carolina.
Emily Maynard is married!
Maynard released news of her engagement back in January and posted a detailed blog entry on her website. Maynard designs jewellery and keeps her Bachelorette fans up to date with a section dedicated to her life. After announcing her engagement and showing off her engagement ring, Maynard mentioned her worry about planning a wedding and even claimed she'd happily fly off to Las Vegas for a quick ceremony. However, her plans were more elaborate than a simple ceremony in the Elvis Chapel. The ceremony, held last night as Johnson's family barn, was a secret one as the 200 guests were treated to a surprise party - and wedding! The couple have reportedly been planning the surprise ceremony for three months.
Continue reading: Former Bachelorette Emily Maynard Is Married!
The pretty blonde, who is currently dating New Kids on the Block star Donnie Wahlberg, has revealed she asked her agent to approach show bosses and suggest her as their leading lady on the hunt for romance with 25 eligible men - but they weren't interested.
The 41 year old revealed all on her Tv talk show The View on Tuesday (14Jan14), explaining she felt lonely after splitting from her husband John Mallory Asher and "needed to be loved".
Continue reading: Jenny Mccarthy: 'I Wanted To Be Tv's Bachelorette'
Remember when The Bachelorette was a thing? Well apparently it still is!
Even if you don’t remember either, the show’s final couple, Ashley Hebert and J. P. Rosenbaum are still keeping their love alive and even got married at the beginning of December. Ever the wordsmith, J. P. said about their life as a newlywed couple: “I think the romance part of it is the easy part. You know that's there. It's all about emotion and romance. That's what the franchise is all about. Just the question whether we'd get along as people. Our real relationship started once we started living together,” ET Online reported.
If you’ve ever thought that reality show romance couldn’t last, well, we’re right there with you. Still, it looks like the match, made in a production office is still going strong and, after all, who are we to argue with true love. The pair got married at a California wedding on December 1st and have been blissfully in love ever since. Ashley herself has shared that life as a married woman has brought her a “sense of security and forever that didn’t exist before”. Looks like reality television may be good for something after all. We wish the happy couple all the best, of course.
The lowest-rated network during the primary (fall) season of the year is becoming the highest-rated one of the summer. NBC, which ordinarily places fourth among the major networks, grabbed six of the top-ten positions on the Nielsen ratings list last week, thanks to its hit America's Got Talent show and its coverage of the U.S. Olympic Trials. Three additional Trials broadcasts tied for 11th place in the ratings. Analysts observed that last week produced the highest ratings for the peacock network since it aired the Super Bowl last February, and its numbers will almost certainly grow next month when it begins airing the London Olympics beginning July 27. All three nightly newscasts last week saw their weekly averages rise thanks to interest in the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Obamacare. NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams remained the leader with an average of 7.8 million viewers for the week, compared to 7 million for ABC World News with Diane Sawyer and 5.7 million for The CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley , which continued to show improvement versus last year.
The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. America's Got Talent (Tuesday), NBC, 7.0/11; 2. America's Got Talent (Wednesday), NBC, 6.4/11; 3. America's Got Talent (Monday), NBC, 6.0/10; 4. US Olympic Trials (Sunday 9 00 p.m.), NBC, 5.9/10; 5. 60 Minutes, CBS, 5.5/11; 6. NCIS, CBS, 5.4/9; 7. The Big Bang Theory, CBS, 5.1/9; 8. The Bachelorette, ABC, 4.9/8; 9. US Olympic Trials (Sunday 8 00 p.m.), NBC, 4.8/9; 10. US Olympic Trials (Friday 9 00 p.m.), NBC, 4.7/9.
A huge spoiler for this year's The Bachelorette has leaked online, revealing which of the final three contestants stole Emily Maynard's heart. Industry insider Reality Steve announced the news on his website, saying Emily and her man got engaged in Curacao, off Venezuela. If you're holding on for the season finale - stop reading now.
Steve has revealed that Jef won this year's show, and that he and Emily are now engaged. He added, "Now, you're probably gonna ask me who finished second and who finished third. I don't have that answer for you. What I do know now is that Emily and Jef left Curacao as an engaged couple and are still engaged today". Steve says he has been working away for around six weeks, trying to establish who won this show (It was filmed several months ago). Jef has certainly appeared to be the most likely victor on this year's series, and the majority of fans will probably be happy with Maynard's decision. Reality Steve has also confirmed that after the engagement, there won't be any sort of bonus "live proposal". He also suggests Emily and Jef may have an "announcement to make", though added, "Whether it's a wedding date, a pregnancy announcement, or maybe Emily's moving to Utah. I don't know".
Continue reading: The Bachelorette Result Leaks Online: Who Did She Choose?
Network ratings may be down across the board -- except the scoreboard. Sports continues to grab bigger and bigger ratings, as evidenced by last week's strong numbers for the NBA Finals. Tuesday's penultimate game of the series, which saw the Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games, averaged 17.4 million viewers, while Thursday's blowout captured 18.5 million. On the other end of the ratings spectrum, a two-part Justin Bieber concert special managed to draw just 3 million viewers on Wednesday and Thursday. (On cable, things got even worse. Bristol Palin Life's a Tripp debuted with just 726,000 viewers on Tuesday.) Among the evening newscasts, preemptions by the NBA Finals may have impacted ABC World News with Diane Sawyer , which fell below 7 million viewers for the first time this year. Its 6.9 million average for Monday, Wednesday and Friday was only 600,000 less than the 7.5 million for the continued leader, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams , whose numbers were also down. On the other hand, the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley remained flat with 5.5 million. Overall, thanks to the basketball telecasts, ABC emerged as the most-watched network of the week with an average 4.1 rating and a 7 share. CBS slid to second place with a 3.7/7, followed by NBC with a 2.9/5 and Fox with a 2.5/4.
The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. NBA Finals (Thursday), ABC, 10.9/19; 2. NBA Finals (Tuesday), ABC, 10.5/18; 3. America's Got Talent (Monday), NBC, 6.9/12; 4. NCIS , CBS, 5.4/9; 5. 60 Minutes, CBS, 5.3/10; 6. The Big Bang Theory (Thursday), CBS, 5.2/10; 7. The Bachelorette , ABC, 4.9/8; 7. NCIS Los Angeles, CBS, 4.9/8; 9. Person of Interest , CBS, 4.6/8; 10. 2 Broke Girls (Thursday) CBS, 4.4/8; 10. (Tie) The Big Bang Theory (Monday), CBS, 4.4/7.
It is that time of year when NBC's America's Got Talent dominates the weekly ratings -- except for those weeks when the NBA Finals overwhelm everything in sight. Last week was no exception as Tuesday's edition of AGT led Nielsen's top ten with 12.5 million viewers. That was well off the 15.2 million that it attracted during the comparable week a year ago, but nothing else on the tube came close. Of course, amost everything else on the Nielsen list was a rerun. A repeat of CBS's NCIS placed third on the list with 8.7 million viewers. In the top 20, the only non-repeats on the list besides AGT were ABC's The Bachelorette (#7); ABC's coverage of the Concert for the Queen (#9); Fox's So You Think You Can Dance (#13); and the Tony Awards (#18). During a slow news week, ratings for each of the evening newscasts were down. NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams remained the leader with 7.5 million viewers. ABC Wrod News with Diane Sawyer placed second with 6.7 million viewers, while the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley continued to trail with 5.2 million viewers. Overall, CBS led the week with an average 3.9 household rating and a 7 share. NBC came in second with a 3.1/5, edging out ABCwith a 3.0/5. Fox trailed with a 2.4/4.
The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. America's Got Talent (Tuesday), NBC, 7.5/13; 2. America's Got Talent (Monday), NBC, 7.3/12; 3. NCIS, CBS, 5.7/10; 4. 60 Minutes, CBS, 5.3/10; 4. The Big Bang Theory, CBS, 5.3/10; 6. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 5.0/8; 7. The Bachelorette , ABC, 4.7/8; 8. Person of Interest, CBS, 4.5/8; 9. Concert for the Queen , ABC, 4.4/7; 9. Csi Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 4.4/7; 9. The Mentalist, CBS, 4.4/8.
The Bachelorette star Emily Maynard went crazy on contestant Kalon in a rare show of anger during the latest episode of the reality show. As has been widely reported, Kalon referred to Maynard's daughter Ricki as "baggage", something she didn't take too kindly to on Monday (June 11, 2012).
During a trip to London, Kalon's fellow contestant Doug thought it would be a good idea to tell Emily what his rival had said about her daughter. The Bachelorette exploded upon hearing the news, saying, "[I'm] so angry right now.I'm trying to think of the most ladylike way I can handle it. . I want to go off. I wanna go West Virginia hoodrat backwoods on his ass". Maynard chose a traditional London pub to air her views on the matter, and put Kalon in his place, yelling, "For anyone to say (my daughter) is baggage does not deserve to be on any date with me.She's the furthest thing from baggage. It makes me sad for you, not for me. Is there anything you can say?". When Kalon shrugged, "No, not at all", Emily yelled, "Then, get the f*ck out!...How dare you! That is so disappointing on so many levels".
The departure of Kalon enabled fellow contestant Jef to seize the initiative and take Emily on her next date. It seemed to work perfectly, and the couple shared a kiss in the final moment
Emily Maynard is all set to face some drama on The Bachelorette, when she discovers that one of her suitors referred to her daughter as "baggage." The comment was revealed to her on one of the group dates, according to People magazine, by single dad Doug, who understands the importance of finding the right partner when you have a child to look after.
People magazine spoke to Sean Lowe, who had, himself, enjoyed a romantic date in London with Emily. Speaking about the date, he revealed "It was the first opportunity I had to spend the entire day with her and I'm not ashamed to say it was one of the best days of my life. That was the day I knew I had really strong feelings for her and the first time I pictured myself being with her in the future." He also commended Doug for warning Emily away from a potential suitor that viewed her daughter as 'baggage,' too: "He knows what it's like to raise and protect a child and felt it was his place to step in and try to protect Emily. My hat's off to him."
He added "There's a lot of chatter among guys - call it locker-room talk - that you have to take with a grain of salt or they're joking in the moment, but if I overheard a guy say something as strong as 'Ricki's baggage.. I would step in and say something". Needless to say, Emily's response was a strong one, which apparently involves a whole bunch of swearing and threats of physical violence.
Continue reading: Emily Maynard's Bachelorette 'Baggage' Drama
The History Channel's Hatfields & McCoys miniseries, starring Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton, managed to make history in its own right this week by setting records for the biggest audience for any non-sports program on cable ever. Monday night's launch captured 13.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen Research, with an additional 3.2 million watching the second run later in the night. Especially remarkable was the fact that it faced strong competition from two broadcast hits, NBC's America's Got Talent , which drew 10 million viewers, and ABC's The Bachelorette with 5.8 million. There was only a slight ratings drop-off on Tuesday with 13.1 million tuning in. Wednesday's ratings results are due to be reported later today (Thursday) or early tomorrow.
Continue reading: History Channel Makes History
Ashley Hebert, Ali Fedotowsky and The Bachelorette - Ashley Hebert, Emily Maynard, Ali Fedotowsky Wednesday 8th February 2012 Former winners of the show, 'The Bachelorette' leaving Sunset Plaza in Beverly Hills
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