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Fang Girl Explains Why She Ditched Brad Womack, How She Got Her Fangs

“It was definitely the Emily thing that set it off. When she came clean, it pulled on my heartstrings. I felt like I was competing for something I wasn’t necessarily sure I needed. You feel less deserving. They all have these stories and heartache and they need this love … Fighting other girls for a guy has never been my style. But had I stepped out of the limo and knew he was going to be my husband, I would have been in a stronger fight for him. But at the end of the day, did I see myself being his Texas housewife? Not sure. Could we have worked? Maybe. Probably not. He said he’d have a hard time bringing me home to his grandmother … I have always been into the darker side of things and love the mystery and sexiness of vampires. I became friends with the leader of the underground vampire world. He had a fangsmith so I had a pair made. I wore them for Halloween once and had such a blast that I brought them out on numerous occasions afterwards. It has become kind of my signature thing.”

– Madison Garton (aka Fang Girl) talking about her sudden and unexpected departure from “The Bachelor” last week. I was personally sad to see Fang Girl go. She was one of my favorite contestants ever. You can’t blame her for leaving. She is way too edgy for boring Brad Womack. But the interesting part of this is that she runs with the leader of the underground vampire world and visits a fangsmith. Tell me more about that, Fang Girl. [People] Keep reading »

Jennifer Aniston Doesn’t Get “The Bachelor”

“You know what I find fascinating? ‘The Bachelor.’ I was mesmerized by how these girls, they meet this guy, they have three dates together or something, and they’re weeping as though they’ve just lost the love of their life. I don’t understand that.”

Jennifer Aniston waxes poetic about “The Bachelor” in the February issue of Allure. I don’t understand “The Bachelor” either, Jen. All these beautiful women battle it out like feral cats over an emotionally stunted douche? WTF. But it’s like crack. I can’t stop watching. I think the fact that producers lock all these women in a house and feed them alcohol 24/7 contributes to the perpetuation of the insane female stereotype. I might fall in love under those conditions as well. I’d like to believe that most of those women are not as embarrassing in their real lives. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Chris Harrison Defends His Rose Counting On “The Bachelor”

“You realize how little I do on this show. So, please, please don’t take away the one thing I do. … I wanted to get rid of that very early on. Eight years ago, I’m like, ‘This is ridiculous.’ It’s not about the math. It’s not saying, ‘Ellen, there’s a coffee cup between us.’ You know that. It’s kind of like, ‘Oh my gosh. One of us is going home.’ It’s really about setting that moment. It’s silly. There’s really no way I can explain that it’s not silly.”

—Chris Harrison semi-defends his job on “The Bachelor” after Ellen DeGeneres points out that he doesn’t really need to step in and say, “Ladies, it’s the final rose,” because, hello, it’s pretty obvious. [People] Keep reading »

“The Bachelor” Season 15: I Forgive You, Brad Womack

Brad Womack is back for his second chance at love on season 15 of “The Bachelor.” Geez, have there really been that many seasons? Anyhow, I turned on the tube with my rotten tomatoes at the ready to hurl at the screen. In my estimation, Brad is the archetype of the emotionally crippled man. That guy who is in a wheelchair, but unwilling to do anything to help himself walk again. Or so I thought! Keep reading »

Brad Womack Swears He’s A Changed Man

“I’ve changed. I’m ready to meet someone. [I've done] intensive therapy [to] try and determine where I went wrong, how I could fix myself, how I could change the things I needed to change to help me find somebody … I want to come home to a beautiful family and provide for them.”

Brad Womack swears he’s no longer a commitment-phobe, and that he will meet someone on his second time around as “The Bachelor.” Are we convinced, or do we still think this is a terrible idea? [People] Keep reading »

Brad Womack Is The Next “Bachelor”: 12 Reasons This Is A Terrible Idea

When I heard the rumor last week that Brad Womack had been chosen to be the next “Bachelor“—AGAIN—I rolled my eyes so hard that I gave myself a headache. But apparently, it’s not a rumor—it is true. Brad was “The Bachelor” in season 11 and famously rejected both of his final two women—DeAnna Pappas and Jenni Croft. But it was announced last night during “Dancing with the Stars” that he will get a second chance. As Chris Harrison explained, “At first, I was skeptical. But the more I thought about it, the more I fell in love with the idea of him coming back, getting another shot.”

After the jump, 12 reasons this is a bad idea. Keep reading »

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