Last week The sixth page has been identified Saturday Night Live legend David Spad will be the guest of “Bachelor in Heaven” after Chris Harrison’s embarrassing exit from the long-running reality franchise.
Now we know that other stars will be guests as well. NSYNC star Lance Bass, “Indestructible Kimmy Schmidt” star Tituss Burgess and rapper Lil John are on duty.
We are told by the hosts that they will “rotate” throughout the season, but it’s not clear how many shows each star will show.
Colored slate is something that sets Garrison apart, it was announced on Tuesday – leaving the entire “bachelor” franchise after joining the race line.
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One source said the producers chose Spad because they thought it was going to be “too serious” and wanted to add a dose of humor. Insiders say the other stars were chosen for their strong personalities and brought a “breath of personality” and a “different perspective” on the tropical dating show.
Lil John was once a guest on the show in 2018 and is an avid fan of the Spade franchise. It’s not clear how Bass and Burgess relate to the ABC show.
Harrison confused by the quarrel after the recent appearance of photos of “bachelor” participant Rachael Kirkconnell attending a fraternity ceremony on the theme of antebellum in February 2018.
When asked about the footage in Extra, Harrison defended him, saying, “We all need to have a little bit of grace, a little bit of understanding and a little bit of compassion.”
“I’ve seen some things on the Internet – it’s the judge, the jury and the executioner – where people just tear up this girl’s life and dive in like her parents, her parents’ voting records,” he said. he added. “It’s unbelievably horrible to watch. I haven’t heard Rachael talk about it yet. And until I hear that this woman has a chance to talk, which one should I say?”
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He said the “awakened police” came to Kirkconnel.
He later wrote on Instagram, “Even though I didn’t speak for Rachael Kirkconnell, my intention was simply to ask for grace to give him a chance to speak on his own behalf.” He added: “I now understand what I did, it hurts to say the wrong thing in a way that racism continues, and I’m very sorry for that.”
He had previously announced that he would “withdraw” from the show indefinitely, but now says the network is doing well.
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He screened the films Bachelor, Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Heaven in 2002, 2003, and 2014, respectively.
He had already been replaced in the Bachelorette by former “bachelors” Taishia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
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ABC confirmed the news about guest hosts to Page Six.