Chris Harrison leaving ‘Bachelor’ franchise for good

The program’s manufacturer and supplier Warner Horizon and ABC Home entertainment verified to CNN Tuesday in a joint declaration that the longtime “Bachelor” franchise host is leaving the programs.

“Chris Harrison is stepping aside as host of The Bachelor franchise,” the declaration checked out. “We are thankful for his many contributions over the past 20 years and wish him all the best on his new journey.”

CNN has actually connected to representatives for Harrison for remark.

Harrison revealed in February that he was “stepping aside” from the program following questionable remarks he made while being spoken with by Rachel Lindsay, a present Bonus host and previous star of 2017’s “The Bachelorette.”
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Throughout that interview he safeguarded Rachael Kirkconnell, a “Bachelor” candidate who was supposedly photographed at an antebellum plantation-themed fraternity official in 2018.

After the debate Harrison said sorry to audiences by means of his confirmed social networks and informed “Good Morning America,” “I am not a victim here.”

“I made a mistake and I own that,” stated Harrison, who likewise stated, “I plan to be back and I want to be back” on the program that made him popular.

The news comes the day after Season 17 of “The Bachelorette” premiered without him hosting.

Harrison hosted “The Bachelor” and its different spinoffs considering that 2002.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.