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‘The Bachelorette’ Season 19 Goes Summer With Returning Host Jesse Palmer

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‘The Bachelorette’ Season 19 Goes Summer With Returning Host Jesse Palmer

After replacing Chris Harrison as Host of “The Bachelor,” Jesse Palmer has landed a contract with the host of the women’s series, “The Bachelorette,” which will return for its 19th season this summer.

Season 19 Bachelorette will make history in the franchise first with two leading ladies: Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia, both winners of Clayton Echard’s “The Bachelor” season.

In the shocking climax of Echard’s season, shown Tuesday night, Windey and Recchia faced two splits, shocking audiences who were heard on Twitter about Echard’s decisions.

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In the past few episodes, Echard has told the women that he loves them, in addition to admitting that he slept with both of them in amazing rooms. (That means, both women deserve to be shot in love during their “The Bachelorette” season.)

“Bachelorette” usually plays in the spring for the first game of May.

With the show airing on July 11 this season, the ABC Franchise is taking a breather and getting out of the air for a few months for the first time in a year.

'The Bachelorette' Season 19 Goes Summer With Returning Host Jesse Palmer

‘The Bachelorette’ Season 19 Goes Summer With Returning Host Jesse Palmer

Last year, the “Bachelor” program was actually a year-round and seasonal return, which was unusual for the business – in 2021, in addition to Matt James’ season of “The Bachelor” and the return of “Bachelor In Paradise” in the summer, two seasons of “The Bachelorette” ”Played the same year with Katie Thurston leading Season 17 in the spring, and Michelle Young playing in Season 18 in the fall.

With “The Bachelorette” now set for summer, there is no word yet on when it will actually play “Bachelor In Paradise”, although it looks like it could be slightly re-launched after the Season 19 “Bachelorette” season, sometimes in the fall. (“The Bachelor,” the franchisee’s premiere show, always airs for the first time in January of the new year.)

As for Palmer, this current season of “The Bachelor” was the first to host – although he stood out as a real “Bachelor”, back in 2004 in its fifth season. Now happily married (not with someone he met at a dating show), the former NFL quarterback is a television presenter, best known for his comments on college football on ESPN.

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Palmer replaces veteran franchise veteran Harrison, who has been in charge of a number of hilarious songs for nearly two decades, since its inception in 2002. Last year, Harrison left the business amidst the widely publicized controversy, regarding his comments at the present time. – The famous interview in “Extra” with Rachel Lindsey formerly “Bachelorette”.

Palmer has a long-standing relationship with The Walt Disney Company, as a sports analyst for ESPN, and a special contributor to “Good Morning America.” He also hosted “Ultimate Surfer” last summer at ABC, as well as “Proposal” for 2018, created by “The Bachelor” manager Mike Fleiss. He also hosts ABC’s Disney Parks holiday specials and the ABC launch of the NFL Draft.


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