Chris Harrison compared “The Bachelor” this season with a horror movie.
“It’s like a horror movie, a bad metaphor. You know he’s somewhere around the corner, and you don’t know which door,” the long-time host told The Post. In this case, this is not a monster under the bed, but a huge change that has taken place this season.
Since the summer, rumors have spread that Tayshia Adams will succeed Clare Crawley as the chief lady of season 16. Although three episodes were aired, the popular ABC dating show waited until the end of the episode before finally admitting that fans had been buzzing for months.
Harrison, 49, said: “We no longer pretend, we are with you.”
He said: “It’s very interesting for us, and it’s challenging to decide how and where we will listen to rumors and understand what happened.” “Even if things go bad, or you might know [what’s going on], You really don’t know. “
He explained that there is a crazy way of waiting. Harrison said: “First of all, we want to make sure this is Clare’s’bachelor’ season,” Harrison pointed out that he was “closely” involved in the decision to introduce Adams.
But this is a gray area where 39-year-old Crowley is involved. Harrison said: “You need to allow Claire to host the show and be responsible.” “It’s difficult to make a plan when dealing with someone who will make the final decision for you. [She] Not necessarily in the planning stage. “
However, there were rumors behind the scenes that Crowley’s early departure was the producer’s idea. Due to the coronavirus, the show cannot allow actors to travel around the world as usual. Blogger reality Steve claimed to have made the double Bachelorette decision, so this season will be different, and Crawley likes tweets to support this theory. ABC CEO Rob Mills said that the show began on the last broadcast date and asked to change her. Clare gave the roses to herself.
Harrison said that although he called this situation a “dilemma,” it is not a bad thing for Claire to fall in love.
“What if we do it in 10 weeks? Big. What if we do it in a year? Super. What if we do it in 10 days? Wow, well, that’s a record,” he said. According to reports, Crawley left the show with Dale Moss, and she referred to her as “her fiance” in this week’s episode.
Harrison is now in another quarantine bubble and is filming Matt James’s upcoming “Bachelor” season, which will begin broadcasting in January. He also launched a new men’s wedding ring brand, Manly Bands, with prices ranging from US$650 to US$3,500. “In terms of brand and meaning, is there more?” said the father of the two.
Usually, engagement ring designer Neil Lane plays the ring on the “bachelor”, and Harrison sees a sharp contrast between the number of choices for men and women.
He explained: “There are a large number of rings to choose from: what do you want to cut, what kind of setting you want, how many diamonds, what color, what material”. “But when you get a men’s ring, there are three options. Men also really like to sneak into these things.”
Of course, one of his favorite collections is the rose gold band. “I have been wearing a bunch. If I am in a rose ceremony, I wear a ring, if I sit in my blue jeans and flannel shirt, I wear another ring,” and “tonight Entertainment” said Harrison, who was dating host Lauren Zima.
Usually, “Bachelor” movies were shot in the spring, but were postponed this year due to the pandemic. The shooting of one program and the broadcasting of another program have never overlapped. “It’s definitely a cross flow. There are a lot of staying straight,” the host said. “To promote a show, go outside and shoot another show, trying to remember that there are many things I need to keep secret.”
Although he promised as always that the performance of “The Bachelor” will be “the most dramatic season ever”, Harrison is sure that he will also say those magical words during Adams’ season.
He said: “When I say, I really believe.” “But we always surpass ourselves.”