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Likewise, The Bachelor was roundly panned by every critic.The New York Post’s Linda Stasi gave The Bachelor minus-four stars and called it, “degrading, debasing, desperate, depressing, dull and dopey.”The general appetite for more of The Bachelor’s brand of reality TV kept the show on the air, but the public reception didn’t completely drown out the show’s critics, who through the years have charged it with racism and sexism (and several other isms, actually).After school, he worked as a reporter and a sportscaster through the ’90s before moving to Los Angeles to host on a horse-racing network, which maybe isn’t that far off from The Bachelor when you think about it.Soon Harrison was auditioning to be the host of , the reality show brainchild of Mike Fleiss, a television producer who had just come off of Who Wants to Marry a Multimillionaire?Harrison is beamed into some 8 million living rooms (and dorm rooms and newsrooms and bars) every Monday night for 2½ hours.Since 2002, he’s ferried 19 bachelors (it’s season 20 but Brad Womack got to go twice) and 11 Bachelorettes through their Journey to Find Love™—not to mention dozens of rejects through summer shows Bachelor Pad and Bachelor in Paradise.No word on who she was with, but perhaps she had a trip companion after her heart?In a November IG post showing an Art Carved Bridal ring, Andi captioned the photo: "Who says single gals can't wear diamond bands too?!?
And no one expected it.“If anyone had said that they knew their show was going to run for 15 years, you’d say you’re out of your mind,” Harrison says.Earlier this year, she refuted rumors that she was dating , saying, "He's actually a very good friend of mine. I tell him he's the last man standing of my season." According to Wet Paint, Andi did reach out to ex Nick before his season began filming in September to wish him good luck, but "no advice was given, and certainly no advice was asked," he said.So it doesn't sound like Andi will be dropping by Nick's season — for now, anyway.Chris Harrison, the longtime host of the most famous dating reality show on the planet, is waiting for someone to set him up.“I wait for people like you to say, ‘Oh my gosh, I have the greatest person,’” he tells me when I ask how someone so accustomed to listening to women, so seemingly attuned to how they feel and what they want, could possibly be single.Though he offers wise counsel every Monday to the twenty- and thirtysomethings who appear on The Bachelor (or The Bachelorette, or Bachelor in Paradise) and after-show analysis of their every wrong turn, the reigning king of #Bachelor Nation has yet to find a finger to slip a Neil Lane ring onto, since his 2012 divorce from Gwen, his wife of 18 years.
It’s why The Bachelor's been on for 15 years and is more relevant now than it’s ever been.