The Bachelor 2014 premiered aired tonight on ABC, and if you can’t wait to find out who The Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis sent home first, we have the results for you now! Honestly, we prefer to know which women will be the ones who went home on The Bachelor before we even see the episode. That way we don’t have to pay attention to the ladies who don’t even stand a chance!
According to The Bachelor 2014 spoilers guru Reality Steve, tonight’s two-hour premiere episode was pretty much about the same as every other premiere in the show’s long history. There were silly limo exits, including Lucy Aragon wearing a hippie dress, Clare Crawley faking a pregnancy bump, and one of the women showing up riding a piano bike. That’s something you just kind of have to see, it’s weird. There were plenty of strained conversations, a lot of them might even make you cringe a bit. One of the women pulls out a massage table. You know how it is, standard The Bachelor fare.
After all the awkward introductions, tears (especially from one girl who recently got dumped by her fiance), laughter, and overtly obvious attempts at seduction, The Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis ended up cutting nine ladies at the first rose ceremony of 2014. The Bachelor season 18 women who failed to making a great impression and headed home first were: Alexis Morgando, Kylie Lewis, Maggie Gantt, Amy Jokinen, Ashley Poe, Lacy Faddoul, Valerie Eredia, Christine Llano, and Lauren Higginson.
If you don’t know yet who went home on Project Runway All Stars in week 9, you might just be in for a surprise! A lot of fans might not have been expecting who was eliminated on Project Runway All Stars season 3 this week, that’s for sure. Of course, if we’ve learned anything from watching the show and writing Project Runway spoilers for all these years, it’s that we rarely seem to agree with the judges on anything — and neither do many of the fans!
When we made our prediction this morning about who would go home on Project Runway tonight, we were mostly going on who we thought deserved to go to the finale the least. Out of all of the final four, we have just been least impressed with Seth Aaron’s designs. Elena, Christopher, and Korto have all failed too at various times, but we just find their aesthetics far more pleasing in general than Seth Aaron’s. So we thought it would be Seth Aaron who went home on Project Runway All Stars next and would not make the finale.
Only four designers are left and it is getting much harder to predict who went home on Project Runway All Stars from week to week. Unfortunately, we don’t have solid Project Runway spoilers on who got the boot this week, but we are ready to make a guess. We have our prediction on who was eliminated on Project Runway All Stars tonight, will you agree with who we picked to go home next?
In what can only be described as an extremely ironic bit of news, a man who was the grand prize winner in a Breaking Bad ultimate fan contest was arrested on Wednesday in a massive drug bust. Ryan Lee Carroll was taken into custody after police found him in possession of 79,000 packets of synthetic pot worth an alleged $1.25 million.
Ryan Carroll, 28, was the big winner in an official ultimate fan prize contest for the Breaking Bad series finale. As part of his winnings, Ryan got to fly out to Los Angeles and hang out with the cast at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Turns out the dude wasn’t just a fan of the drug-themed series, he is just a big fan of drugs in general.
The Taste 2014 may not have the fast-paced action of Top Chef, or the fun-filled cursing and ranting of Gordon Ramsey on Hell’s Kitchen, but for a cooking reality TV competition, it has a certain unique appeal. With it’s The Voice-style blind auditions, The Taste season 2 gives a level playing field to chefs of all backgrounds, including amateur cooks. While the show has not brought in tremendous ratings for host network ABC yet, we do think it is worth watching the premiere tonight if you haven’t tuned in before, just to see if The Taste is to your liking.
The Taste season 2 premieres on ABC tonight at 8PM ET with returning judges Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson. New judge/mentor Marcus Samuelsson, who won the James Beard Foundation award for food writing last year, will also be joining the panel this year. We’re excited about Marcus coming on board. He was a big fan favorite on Top Chef Masters in 2010 and on The Next Iron Chef in 2011. Marcus is also a frequent judge on Chopped and the winner of the Chopped All Stars: Judges Remix competition.
Chef and mentor Ludo Lefebre told TVGuide.com that The Taste is really “almost like two competitions in one show,” because each of the judge/mentors want to win the competition as much as the contestants do. He also said everyone better watch out for Marcus, because he knows his stuff. “He knows what’s good,” Ludo said. “He has a lot of good experience and has proved to all the world that he’s a great chef.”
Tune in for the two-hour The Taste 2014 premiere on ABC at 8 PM ET.
We would like to take a moment to thank all our wonderful readers this year for visiting and being so entirely awesome. We will be taking a few days off to spend with family and friends and hope you will be able to as well. We will be back again soon with more snarky, gossipy goodness for you to enjoy. Meanwhile, grab a hot chocolate, DVR some favorite sappy movies, and we hope you enjoy very happy holiday time!
We really don’t care who won The Sing Off 2013 tonight because we love all three of the final acts! We never thought this poor little show would ever make it back on air after the sad ratings it suffered from in season 3, but we’ve really enjoyed the ‘mini’ version series. No matter who won The Sing Off 2013 tonight, all three acts deserve our applause for helping revive this fun reality TV competition for at least one more season.
If we had to pick who would win The Sing Off tonight we would probably would have placed our tentative bets on Home Free. This all guy group gives country a whole new flair and they are true professionals. Home Free is easily the most polished act of the final three groups and they appeal to a wide swath of fans across the country. Plus, we feel they just have the best harmonies of all the remaining acts.