Kaitlyn and Tayshia Weigh In on Jesse Palmer as 'Bachelor' Host
Kaitlyn and Tayshia Weigh In on Jesse Palmer as 'Bachelor' Host“I think it makes sense to have women around for The Bachelorette, and men around for The Bachelor, just to be supportive,” Bristowe, 36, told Entertainment Tonight on Monday, October 18. “He’s been the Bachelor, we’ve been the Bachelorettes. It’s kind of nice to have that perspective. I’m here to validate your feelings and what you’re going through.
Officially over. Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum have finalized their divorce after announcing their split last year, Us Weekly exclusively confirms. © Provided by US Weekly Bachelorette's Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum Finalize Divorce
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A final judgment for the former Bachelorette, 36, and the New York native, 44, was entered on October 7, meaning their divorce case was closed. The settlement agreement is confidential and was not filed with the court.
Hebert and the construction manager got engaged during season 7 of The Bachelorette in 2011. They tied the knot the following December, with their wedding ceremony airing in a TV special. The now-exes went on to welcome son Fordham, 7, and daughter Essex, 4.
How much control Brooke had on set
It’s less than 48 hours before The Bachelorette 2021 premieres and leading lady Brooke Blurton admits being in the leading role really changed her perspective on the franchise. This is her first time as The Bachelorette and she tells TV WEEK that being in that position really opened her eyes to just “how much say” the person in the leading role has. It's less than 48 hours before The Bachelorette 2021 premieres and leading lady Brooke Blurton admits being in the top role really changed her perspective on the franchise.
The pair “amicably decided to go our separate ways” after nearly eight years of marriage, they revealed via their respective Instagram accounts in October 2020.
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Gallery: Bachelor Nation Couples Who Have Split in 2021 (US Weekly)
Black roses. Bachelor Nation has weathered many storms and made some strides throughout its two-decade run — including a historic 25th season of The Bachelor with the first Black lead in Matt James, which premiered in January.
Not every couple, however, gets their happy ending, including season 16 Bachelorette Clare Crawley and fiancé Dale Moss. After a whirlwind romance in 2020, the pair called it quits in January, before giving their love another shot the following month.
'The Bachelorette' Premiere Recap: Michelle's Journey for Love Begins
A new season of 'The Bachelorette' has officially begun!The episode began with Michelle, a teacher, discussing her want to emulate her parents' successful relationship, before viewers got a peek at the men hoping to fulfill that role.
Us Weekly confirmed in September that the twosome separated less than one year after reconciling.
“It was best for them to go their separate ways at this time,” an insider told Us at the time before things got messy between them. “They will still support each other and have love for each other no matter what.”
The former couple made headlines after their romance resulted in the hairstylist leaving The Bachelorette two weeks into filming, following a proposal from Moss, which aired in November 2020. By the new year, however, the pair had hit a bump in the road and opted to end their engagement for good in September.
Following the second breakup, a source exclusively told Us that Crawley is ready to move on with her life.
“Clare has seen everything by now for what is needed for her to have closure and not look back. She’s done with Dale for good,” the insider said in October. “This past week has proven to her that he’s not someone who full-heartedly cares about her. He’s putting on an act for the public because he’s all about himself and his public image.”
Who has the most vandalized star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
Over 2,500 stars along the Hollywood Walk of Fame pay tribute to celebrities past and present, but every year we learn how just how fickle legacy can be. The once celebrated host of 'The Apprentice,' for example, went on to become one of the most controversial presidents the US has ever seen. As such, his star has been repeatedly vandalized—and in very creative ways, as you'll see—with the most recent alteration being a barricade and a board placed over it. Apparently the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is tired of paying for the repairs! And Trump's star is certainly not the only one to be targeted on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Check out this gallery to find out what other mischief the stars have been subject to.
Earlier in the year, The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart season 1 winners, Bri Stauss and Chris Watson, announced their split.
After finding love on the spinoff series, which premiered in April 2020, the duo called it quits in early January, telling E! News in a joint statement: “We will always look back on our journey with deep fondness and will continue to support each other both personally and professionally.”
The pair, who sparked breakup speculation in December 2020 after being noticeably absent from one another’s social media accounts, released two albums before ending their relationship.
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Katie Thurston and Blake Moynes
The former bank marketing manager got engaged to the wildlife manager while filming The Bachelorette season 17 finale in April. The duo’s proposal aired on TV in August of that year and just two months later, they confirmed they had gone their separate ways.
“It is with mutual love and respect that we have decided to go our separate ways. We are so grateful for the moments we shared together and the entire journey that has unfolded this year, but we ultimately have concluded that we are not compatible as life partners, and it is the most caring choice for both of us to move forward independently,” the stars wrote in a joint announcement which they shared via their respective Instagram accounts. “We ask for kindness and privacy as we both navigate this transition. Both of us will forever want the best for one another and ask you to please support us in our decision.”
These lucky celebrities have days named after them
Can you imagine having an entire 24-hour period celebrated in your honor by tons of people, every single year? These stars can! In fact, some of them get an entire weekend or even a week. This list of honored public figures have had days dedicated to them for many different reasons. For many, it's due to their exceptional contribution to the arts or to the sporting world. Others were honored after their untimely deaths, and some just have some extremely zealous fans. Click through this gallery to see which respected stars have their own day.
Corinne Olympios and Vincent Fratantoni
Us exclusively confirmed in September that the season 21 Bachelor alum and her beau split after less than two years of dating. “We broke up about two months ago. I wish her nothing but the best,” Fratantoni told Us in a statement at the time. “I don’t wish anything bad about her and [I] don’t have anything bad to say about her.”
Clare Crawley and Dale Moss
Us confirmed in January 2021 that Crawley and Moss called it quits, two months after their TV proposal aired on The Bachelorette in November 2020. Us reported at the time that the duo were trying to work through their “serious issues,” but ultimately the relationship “caused friction with Dale’s friends and family.” The former football player confirmed the breakup the same day, saying it was “the healthiest decision” for both of them to separate.
The two briefly rekindled their romance in February, but Us confirmed seven months later that they had parted ways for a second time.
Bri Stauss and Chris Watson
The pair, who met while filming Listen to Your Heart, which debuted in April 2020, announced their split in January. “With deep admiration and respect for one another, we have decided to end our relationship and go our separate ways,” the former couple said in a joint statement at the time, noting they hope to continue to collaborate musically. “We look forward to sharing more updates with you all as we navigate our future making music together.”
“We created the most beautiful children and shared memories that will never be forgotten. Our differences have taken a toll on our relationship and after years of attempting to repair the damage, we’ve decided that it is in our family’s best interest to create new and separate lives for our children,” Hebert wrote at the time, noting that their “ultimate focus is to create stable and healthy lives for our children.”
Kyle Rittenhouse portrayed as victim, instigator in dueling opening statements; witnesses take the stand
The Wisconsin jury overseeing the first day of testimony in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial on Tuesday heard from one of his longtime friends who was with him on the night of the shootings in Kenosha, as the defendant’s attorney indicated his client would take the stand during the proceedings. Tuesday began with jurors hearing starkly different portrayals of Rittenhouse during opening arguments – one of Rittenhouse as the instigator, the other as the victim. Rittenhouse has been charged with fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during a night of destruction and protests in Kenosha on Aug. 25, 2020.
Rosenbaum, for his part, told his social media followers that the split was a long time coming, writing, “While I realize that this will come as a complete shock to everyone, I can assure you that this is something that has been developing in our relationship for quite a while. … I think we’ve both come to realize that we are just two very different people, with very different personalities and perspectives, who just don’t see eye to eye on a lot life fundamentals, those which are the building blocks for a happy and healthy marriage.”
At the time, the former reality TV personality asserted that both he and Hebert wanted “to maintain stable and healthy lives for Fordy & Essie” and coparent “to the best of our ability.”
As they continued to work through their split, the twosome reunited several times, causing some fans to wonder whether a reconciliation was on the horizon. However, in December 2020, the pair closed on their former family home in Florida. Us broke the news the following August that Rosenbaum officially filed for divorce one month prior. © Provided by US Weekly Bachelorette's Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum Finalize Divorce 2
After submitting the paperwork to end his marriage, he confessed that he was feeling uncertain about the future in a candid Instagram Story upload. “It’s 100% Perfectly ok to NOT have all the answers, to NOT know what the future holds, to be afraid, to have anxiety, to feel uneasy about anything and everything,” he wrote in August, encouraging fans to “embrace the unknown” and “live your life.” © Shutterstock (2) Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum
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Rosenbaum previously noted in February that he felt “ready” to get back into the dating world amid his split — but told E! News at the time that he was “terrified” of putting himself out there as a single parent. Hebert, for her part, recently revealed that she’s in a relationship.
During an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday, October 27, the Maine native noted that she was in “no rush” for her new boyfriend to meet her ex-husband. When asked whether she would consider walking down the aisle again, she replied, “Marriage complicates things. [I’d] rather just love someone and choose to be with them.”
With reporting by Diana Cooper
Clay Harbor Clarifies 'Controversial' Comments About Michelle Young's Looks .
Clay Harbor Clarifies 'Controversial' Comments About Michelle Young's Looks“Guys, when I said ‘controversial opinion Michelle is the most beautiful bachelorette,’ I meant no disrespect,” the Bachelorette season 14 alum, 34, tweeted on Wednesday, November 3. “The controversial part is bc there has been so many beautiful women in that spot. (18 I think) Just trying to [compliment]. Apologies if you were offended.