The buck stops here -- at least as far as going beyond a divorce is concerned.
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Placenta pills are quite the trend these days!
In a interview with People Magazine, Jillian Harris discussed the benefits of placenta pills after giving birth to her son on Leo on August 5. Apparently the new momma couldn't be happier with her decision!
"I was crying every day the first week. I was trying to give everybody all my love and I felt like it wasn't possible."
Aww! It must be hard to juggle such intense feelings with the responsibilities of being a new mom.
Luckily for J.H., she found solace in some good 'ol fashioned placenta pills:
Bachelor Nation just welcomed it's newest member.
Erica Rose — who you may remember from Prince Lorenzo Borghese's season of the ABC hit series back in 2006 — just welcomed her first child with fiancé Galen Gentry!
The former reality star may not have found love on the show, but she's certainly got it now that her baby girl Holland Rose Madeleine Gentry has entered the world weighing in at 6 lbs., 13 oz.!
The little one is named after Erica's late aunt Holly, who passed away after a 15-year battle with stage four cancer.
Miz Rose tells E! News she's "feeling good and still recovering" following her C-section on Monday morning.
Congrats to the growing family!!
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Someone just got caught with their pants (half-way) down!
That's because as it turns out, both dating shows' 2016 seasons are all about a villain named Chad!
ABC's Chad Johnson has already fallen into obscurity thanks to his repulsive actions on Bachelor in Paradise, but in a sneak peek of Thursday night's sophomore installment of the Logo reality show, we get better acquainted with Chad Aaron Spodick (pictured below, right).
This Chad seemed like a frontrunner for Robert Sepúlveda, Jr.'s heart during last week's premiere… but his awkward/drunken flirtation with fellow contestant Eric Leonardos (picture below, left) may just get him eliminated!
This is so gay!
Despite some particularly negative press beforehand, Finding Prince Charming found its way to premiere night on Thursday with an hour-and-a-half of guilty pleasure goodness.
All eyes were on the gay version of The Bachelor as Robert Sepúlveda, Jr. and Lance Bass attempted to prove the Logo reality show was unique enough from its predecessor to stand on its own… and we think they actually accomplished that!
While there were certainly still some callbacks to ABC's heterosexual dating competition — "Will you wear this tie?" is totally the new "Will you accept this rose?" -- the homosexual installment definitely did enough to keep things fresh.
Most notably, Lance kicked off the competition with all "14" suitors walking into the mansion one-by-one before revealing that Robert wasn't actually a contestant… he was the main attraction!
Basically, this allowed the 33-year-old interior designer to get to know his potential matches while their guards were down — something you'd never see over in Bachelor Nation.
Unfortunately, three of the suitors didn't quite mesh with Robert's gay agenda… which meant the end for:
Could this be the reality TV mashup of our dreams?
Earlier this week, RHOC vet Lauri Peterson took to Twitter to notify her daughter Ashley Zarlin that casting for the 21st season of the ABC dating show was coming to a close. After seeing a casting announcement from one of the reality TV show's producers, Miz Peterson wrote to her flesh-and-blood:
Trouble in paradise already?!
Amanda Stanton and Josh Murray revealed their relationship long before the ABC dating show even ended, but it turns out those public displays of affection may have been more forced than we realized.
That's because according to a source close to the newly engaged couple, there's a reason Josh was starring on Famously Single before moving into Paradise.
Apparently, Josh and Amanda have only been dating off and on since taping wrapped in July despite the fact that Andi Dorfman's ex moved from Atlanta to California to be with her!
To think, we used to have to fill our Summers with Bachelor Pad instead…
That's because after enduring 30 contestants over the course of 11 short episodes, four couples managed to make it to finale night ready to propose.
However, in a somewhat anticlimactic twist… only THREE of the four couples actually ended up engaged!
Let's start with the good: