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Who Took Home the Money on the 'Bachelor Pad' Season Finale?

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 13th 2011 7:00AM
'Bachelor Pad' castSo, it was the season finale at last on 'Bachelor Pad' last night. Time to pack away the thong bikinis and swim trunks as one lucky couple was awarded the $250,000 grand prize. For the others, it was rejection time. (Again.)

And the winners are: Holly Durst and Michael Stagliano. Yes, the on-again off-again couple walked away with the win despite the fact that Holly has already gotten engaged to housemate Blake Julian after a whirlwind romance.

That's right, she's engaged to Blake, and if you didn't already know that before the finale then you weren't alone. Michael didn't know either.

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Vienna Girardi: Don't Believe the Drunk Interviews on 'Bachelor Pad' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 23rd 2011 4:45PM
Vienna Girardi talks about drinking on 'Bachelor Pad' on 'Access Hollywood Live'Take the feuds on 'Bachelor Pad' with a grain of salt, or, more appropriately, a lime and a salt-shaker. It's just the booze talking, according to Vienna Girardi. Girardi appeared on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated on NBC) to talk about this week's episode, in which Erica Rose said some nasty things about her.

Girardi said she and Erica are now friends, but that only happened after this week's episode was taped. "She was just in Vegas this week with me this weekend where I lost my voice," said Girardi. "But I can say this -- alcohol. I'm blaming the Patron and the Jager on all the mean things that people say."

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What Reality TV Teaches Us About Love and Marriage

by Stephanie Earp, posted Aug 9th 2011 12:00PM
The conclusion of another season of the 'The Bachelorette' and last night's debut of the dirty after-party called 'Bachelor Pad' got me thinking about the state of marriage -- at least on reality TV.

My parents got married at City Hall. My mom was wearing a caftan over her baby bump (I was born a few months later) and my dad wore a V-neck sweater, high-heeled boots and five o'clock shadow. It was the '70s and the whole thing cost as much as the marriage license. Granted, it didn't last, but as I'm sure you've noticed, most marriages don't.

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What to Watch: TV Picks for August 8 - 14

by Stephanie Earp, posted Aug 8th 2011 9:20AM
Karaoke Battle USA - Friday August 12, 9 PM ET/PT

All the televised singing competitions have suffered the slings and arrows of being called nothing but a karaoke contest. Finally, a show that actually is just a karaoke contest. If you're lucky, you live in a town with a popular karaoke night with a couple of truly talented regulars -- you know, the whole bar roots for them and enjoys the performance, and they often have a signature tune or two.

This show brings those people together for a sing-off, hosted by Joey Fatone and judged by singer Carnie Wilson, journalist Joe Levy, and Brian Scott, the 2009 National Karaoke Champion. I'm really looking forward to Levy's contributions -- I remember him from his witty comments on 'Behind the Music' type shows on the late 90s and early 2000s. He was my most obscure celebrity crush.

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'Dancing With the Stars' Cast to Be Announced on 'Bachelor Pad'

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 7th 2011 2:50PM
Dancing With the StarsAnxious to find out who will be dancing for the mirrorball trophy this fall on 'Dancing With the Stars'? ABC revealed today that this season's cast will be announced live on the August 29 episode of 'Bachelor Pad.'

Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke will be on hand to unveil the cast of season 13, which premieres Mon., Sept. 19 at 8PM ET on ABC. The network also announced a new special that will air Tue., Sept. 20 before the first results show called 'Dancing With the Stars: Meet the Cast,' during which we will presumably get TV-approved bios of our latest cast of misfit celebrities.

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ABC Orders 'Bachelor' Spin-Off: Who Should Live in the 'Bachelor Pad'?

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 12th 2010 11:30AM
Melissa RycroftGet ready for a real war of the roses.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, ABC has ordered a spin-off of the hit reality series 'The Bachelor.'

Aptly titled 'Bachelor Pad,' the series will put 20 all-stars from past 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' seasons into the same house -- er, pad -- where they will compete in various challenges. Each episode will conclude with evictions, a la 'Big Brother.'

Seven episodes of the series have been ordered, with Chris Harrison on board to host. Currently, the show is expected to launch towards the end of summer 2010, following next season of 'The Bachelorette.'

So far, no casting details have been released. But just in case ABC is listening, here are a few suggestions of our own.

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