Chris Harrison sits down with TV Guide to discuss this season of The Bachelor. Here's what Chris had to say:
Did you feel bad or embarrassed watching Jenna's fight with Monica and her breakdown?
Harrison: As far as the Jenna and Monica stuff, Ben barely knows his own name [that night] much less is able to be attune to the feeling in the room or what's going on. I felt for Jenna that night. She was, in my mind, a front-runner. We thought, based on paper, she was someone who was going to last a long time on this show. We all though this girl is cute, smart, from New York, but that's how quickly things can change. It just got the best of her and she had a meltdown —and it doesn't get better next week.
Ben was immediately attracted to Courtney, but it looks like she's this season's villain?
Harrison: If you're a tall, gorgeous brunette who caught the eye immediately of the Bachelor you're going to be an easy target. I wasn't sure how America would act, but it seems like they're a little put off by her as well. Courtney has obviously set herself aside [but] she's not the only one who makes waves and is an antagonist on the show.
Do the producers decide one girl will ride a horse, another will bring a grandma, or do the women ask for that?
Harrison: The producers say, "Do you have anything you want to do?" and we have to be prepared. So if they say, "Hey, I'm a chef I want to cook Ben a soufflé," we have to make sure they have what they need. Linzi put it together and called a friend to borrow a horse. Read the full interview at TV Guide.com!