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Another Bachelorette baby!
Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried, who you may remember from season 9 of the ABC series, have welcomed their first child — a BOY!
As we reported, the 30-year-old reality star and her husband married in 2015 and announced they were expecting a lil' Siegfried this past April.
So, what'd they name the new addition?
Taking to Instagram with a sweet shot of the baby holding momma's hand on Thursday (above), Des revealed:
"Remember Kaitlyn — we all thought she was gonna go with Nick, and she picked Shawn on The Bachelorette. Jennifer Hudson lost on American Idol — our fellow Americans voted for Fantasia! I'm telling you, sh*t happens in America. They thought Jennifer Hudson had it in the bag. Don't let Fantasia win on Nov. 8!"
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Will they ever get their happily ever after after all this?!
Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell entered uncharted territory for Bachelor Nation when they agreed to document their lives as an engaged couple on Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After.
However, during Tuesday night's second installment of the Freeform docuseries… the idea of a nationally televised wedding made The Bachelor second-guess his entire relationship!
The episode started off with the conclusion of last week's awkward double date brunch with JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers — but they weren't the only ABC alums in town.
That's because Chris Harrison himself stopped by Denver to offer Ben and Lauren yet another once in a lifetime opportunity: their very own wedding special!
Unfortunately, the newly engaged guy didn't seem ready to be a groom… because he IMMEDIATELY got cold feet at the idea of marrying his fiancée this soon, saying:
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are taking wedding planning one step at a time.
And considering they've only been publicly together since this summer… we'd said that's totally acceptable!
As you know, the former footballer accepted the Dallas native's final rose on the last season of The Bachelorette, and before the finale aired on ABC, they had to keep their romance totally under wraps!
But now that they've moved in together in Texas — which they say is "so good" — and are enjoying getting to know one another (seems a bit backwards, but whatevs), now comes the hard part… planning the big day!
And while the couple admits the ball is definitely rolling, the reality TV stars shared they're having a little trouble picking a time and a place for their ceremony.
While attending the Mohegan Sun's 20th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, Jordan explained to E! News:
"We're trying to figure out where it's going to be first. We have family in California, family in Dallas…"
JoJo chimed in saying:
Who could've guessed telling two women you love them would have negative side effects?
That's why the House of Mouse offered the software salesman and his winner Lauren Bushnell their very own show on Freeform — and it finally premiered on Tuesday!
Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?'s debut was almost exclusively a recap of the titular twosome's fairy tale love story… including the finale where Lauren barely beat out JoJo Fletcher!
Of course, JoJo went on to find "love" with Jordan Rodgers on the very next season of The Bachelorette, but that doesn't mean Lauren is completely okay with socializing with her fiancé's ex.
In fact, when Ben suggested a double date with JoJordan following their After the Final Rose special, Lauren even admitted she was "uncomfortable" with the idea of a double date, saying:
We're already LIVING for Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, and it hasn't even started yet!
On Monday, it was revealed that the reality TV vet got busy with one of the contestants vying for his heart on the upcoming 21st season of the ABC hit — LONG before taping began. Ummm, WHAT??
An insider dished to Us Weekly:
"During the first day of taping, all of the girls came out, and he actually had slept with one of them at a wedding and never called her again."
Classic, Nick! We guess the businessman's gonna have to fight his playboy image once again for the Bachelor cameras.
However, the odd thing about their situation is that
When the only way you get bailed out of an even worse story is a confidentiality agreement, that's a bad sign…
And yet Donald Trump may survive — at least until he loses the election in November — only because "iron-clad" confidentiality agreements will likely prevent producers from releasing some of the "far worse" things he allegedly said on The Apprentice when compared to his ongoing 2005 lewd comments controversy.
Mark Burnett, the creator of The Apprentice, is feeling mounting pressure to release unaired video and audio of Trump on the reality TV show, and yet confidentiality agreements are in place that would make the release virtually impossible — and Burnett doesn't even own the videos in question.
The clips are owned by MGM, and explicit legal agreements make it so that