The Bachelorette

Monday, August 1 at 10pm ET/PT/MT (9CT) on Citytv

Ashley recaps the Season 7 finale in Fiji, and tells host Chris Harrison what was going through her mind while she was trying to make her decision. Also appearing are the two finalists-Ben F. and J.P.-and Ashley’s sister Chrystie Hebert-Corns.

Monday, August 1 at 8pm ET/PT/MT (7CT) ***Season Finale*** on Citytv

In Fiji, Ashley must choose between Ben F. and J.P., the two final contenders for her heart and, perhaps, her hand. In their “last chance” dates, both guys use the L-word, but one has an edge: the support of Ashley’s entire family. Not so for the other. Find out who Ashley gives her heart to in the climatic finale of The Bachelorette.

Monday, July 25 at 8pm ET/PT (7CT, 9MT) on Citytv

Romantic adventures await Ashley and the final three bachelors – Ben F., Constantine and J.P. – as they travel to Fiji and the possibility of intimate overnight dates. There’s electricity and passion in the air during these sand and surf excursions, as Ashley continues to explore what her future would be like with each one of these potential partners, and is faced with extending an invitation to each bachelor to spend the night in a “fantasy suite.” Ashley kicks off her tropical adventure by spending an afternoon on a luxurious yacht with charismatic Ben F. Next, Constantine and Ashley take a spectacular helicopter tour over the lush Fiji Islands. The next day, Ashley is shocked to find that one bachelor has returned, traveling all the way to Fiji in hopes of getting Ashley to look at their relationship with new eyes and invite him back into her life.

On her last date this week, Ashley surprises J.P. with a sea-to-air adventure as they take off in a seaplane over the panoramic seascape. After an emotional deliberation, she moves cautiously to the rose ceremony, where she and the final two bachelors toast to continuing their adventure in Fiji, where they will next meet her family! Her journey to find love is quickly coming to a close.

Monday, July 11 at 8pm ET/PT (7CT, 9MT) on Citytv

Taiwan, the “hidden jewel of Asia,” is the romantic city where Ashley will make her most important decision yet: which four men will secure the coveted hometown dates? Constantine discovers that he has the first one-on-one date with Ashley – a tour of the Taiwanese countryside on an old-fashioned train. The next day, Ben F. meets Ashley at a breathtaking national park and they hop aboard a scooter, zipping past majestic waterfalls and magnificent mountains. The next morning, when Ben F. hasn’t returned from his date, one of the bachelors is driven into an emotional frenzy. Ashley’s last date of the week is with optimistic and energetic bachelor Ryan.

They take in the sights of a local temple and the historic Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Square – but is the romance there? Then, Ashley breaks down under the pressure of having to send home two more men. Plus, in an emotional tell-all update, Emily Maynard, the single mom who captured Brad Womack’s heart last season on The Bachelor, will finally speak out about the state of their relationship. In hopes of putting to rest the rumors swirling around her, she reveals whether or not she and Brad are still engaged.

The current Bachelorette, Ashley Hebert, is rumoured to have taken a big pay-cut to appear on the series compared to previous Bachelorettes.

The 26-year-old will still score a hefty $30,000 for her two months’ work on the reality series but it pales in comparison to the salaries earned by former Bachelorettes.

Us Weekly reports that Jillian Harris and DeAnna Papas received upwards of $100,000 for their participation on the show.

It is also believed that Molly Malaney and Jason Mesnick received $30,000 simply for the TV rights for their wedding after meeting on the reality series.

The Bachelorette continues on Citytv.

Source: Digital Spy

Monday, June 6 at 8pm ET/PT (7CT, 9MT) on Citytv

Could the Bachelorette’s journey be over before it really gets started? A downward spiral of emotions and tears in one jaw-dropping week has Ashley questioning whether she should quit. It all starts with a one-on-one date as Ashley takes Ben C. to a private dance studio where she attempts to teach him a few quick dance steps. That night, at a romantic dinner, Ashley admits to him that she is afraid that not all the men are there for her. Then, when Ashley arrives at the mansion to pick up 10 men for a special group date, Jeff decides the time has come to finally reveal his face to the Bachelorette. Then it’s off to the Comedy Store where roast master general Jeffrey Ross explains to the guys that they will participate in a roast – of Ashley – in front of a packed house. Some of the men are reluctant to make jokes at Ashley’s expense, but William decides to go for it … with disastrous results, and the Bachelorette is brought to tears. Distraught over the difficult week, Ashley cancels the cocktail party and ca
uses fear in the hearts of some of the bachelors. But will the Bachelorette be able to mend her own heart and persevere to find her happy ending?

Monday, May 30 at 8pm ET/PT (7CT, 9MT) on Citytv

The dates for this week have the 18 remaining bachelors dreaming of finding love with the Bachelorette. Ashley whisks away her first date, William in a private jet to Las Vegas. The next day, 12 guys head to Las Vegas to join Ashley at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, where the group meets the Jabbawockeez, the celebrated hip hop dance crew. Later that night at the after party, Ashley gets some one-on-one time with West and Bentley. Then, at a pressure-packed cocktail party, the drama escalates as one man finally makes his move and kisses Ashley; Jeff, the masked man, vows to finally reveal himself; and Bentley, ever the sly competitor, literally sweeps the Bachelorette off her feet. At the end of the night, 15 men will remain.

premieres Monday, May 23 at 9pm ET/PT (8CT,10MT) **Special Time**The Bachelorette will return to its regular time slot Monday, May 30 at 8pm ET/PT (7CT, 9MT) on Citytv

Ashley Hebert’s unwillingness to admit she was in love with Brad on season 15 of The Bachelor may have cost her the final rose, but now the bouncy brunette is ready to risk it all in order to find “the one.” This time she’s handing out the roses, and with 25 suitors vying for her affections, she will have some big decisions to make. The drama begins immediately on the season premiere of The Bachelorette when Chris Harrison discovers that Ashley already knows about one of the men, Bentley, before meeting him. A former Bachelor cast member warned her that Bentley might be there for the wrong reasons. A Wall Street banker, Ames, is right on the money when he offers Ashley a pair of tickets to the ballet. Meanwhile Jeff, a mysterious masked bachelor who wants to be known for more than his pretty face, attempts to draw all of Ashley’s attention. Tensions mount and sparks fly as the bachelors vie for the first impression rose. Finally at the end of the night, Ashley will eliminate seven of the 25 men, leaving 18 to
compete for her affections and, ultimately, her heart.

William

Age: 30

Occupation: Cellular Phone Salesman

Hometown: Fostoria, OH

Do you have any pets and if so, what kind? No. Roommate has fish.

What is your most embarrassing moment? In 7th grade a kid depantsed me in front of a girl I liked in front of her friends.

If you could be someone else for just one day, who would it be and why? Bruce Willis — ’cause then I would be John McClane and save the world in 2 hours.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Doing stand-up comedy or voice over work.

Tattoo Count: 1

West

Age: 30

Occupation: Lawyer

Hometown: Walhalla, SC

Who do you admire the most in the world and why? My step-dad, Pat. He’s patient, funny, smart, successful, but still grounded. He’s very wise, great listener, and gives great advice. He’s someone to aspire to be like.

What is the most outrageous thing you have ever done? Ha, probably trying to get on The Bachelorette, but starred in a movie once, went bungee jumping, lived in Spain for six months, wandered around Europe for a month, maybe not outrageous, but amazing.

If you could be someone else for just one day, who would it be and why? LeBron James, he gets to play basketball for a living. Plus he’s a freak-of-nature athletic and super rich.

If you were stranded on a desert island, what three things would you bring with you and why? A boat? Why does no one ever say boat or a radio transmitter? Okay, I’d bring a lifetime supply of pizza, Mila Kunis, and a volleyball. Mila and I could play volleyball and if something ever happened to her I could name the volleyball Wilson and talk to it.

Would you say you’re a little bit country or more of a city person? Ay my innermost, I’ll always be the kids from the country who went around barefoot and never washed his hands before eating, but these days I fit better in a more metropolitan setting.

Tattoo Count: 0