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Chris Harrison

Christopher Bryan Harrison is an American television and game show host, best known for his role as the host of the ABC reality television dating show The Bachelor from 2002 to 2021. He also hosted its spin-offs The Bachelorette from 2003 to 2021, Bachelor Pad from 2010 to 2012, Bachelor in Paradise 2014 to 2021, the first season of Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise in 2015, Bachelor Live in 2016, and The Bachelor Winter Games in 2018. He also served as the host of the syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire from 2015 to 2019.

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Should there be double standards in the world? Maybe.
Ironically, 'The Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' have always provided that. We've created this community that people feel like they're really a part of and 'Listen to Your Heart' is gonna be an extension of that... It's something you can feel a part of.
I live a healthy life, but I don't do eight hours in the gym, nor do I want to. — © Chris Harrison
I live a healthy life, but I don't do eight hours in the gym, nor do I want to.
Growing up in Texas, I am a sunflower seeds and Dr. Pepper guy. If I have that, I'm pretty much good to go on any road trip, anywhere.
I was just a scrawny, skinny kid just trying to survive like any other boy in high school.
The thing I've learned is less is more. I travel as light as possible.
When we do 'The Bachelor,' usually we'll tell the ladies two suitcases and that's it, cause we gotta travel around the world. Inevitably there are a few that will come with five, six suitcases and we're like, this doesn't work, this is not going to be a thing.
It started back in 2002, when there was hardly any reality television. 'Survivor' had just started. My hope and dream was that 'The Bachelor' would last one or two nights on network TV, so I might meet somebody in the network and then I could get a real job.
The Bachelor's' a very interesting thing, you can't fake your way through it.
Every Bachelor and Bachelorette says, 'I never would have dated a person like that or a person from this place.' But if you're on the 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette,' obviously your type isn't working. So our job is to break that comfort barrier.
You want to watch TV and escape for a second, and that's what 'The Bachelorette' has always been.
You want there to be some magical answer that will just make everything clear and easy to understand, and that's just not the way love works.
I have seen so many amazing love stories and engagements and I know how hard it is and how special it is to find that. — © Chris Harrison
I have seen so many amazing love stories and engagements and I know how hard it is and how special it is to find that.
Live TV is unlike any other animal. I love the adrenaline rush. I love the unexpected.
As a grown adult, if you can't look a woman or look a man in the eye and say, 'I have serious feelings for you' and instead you have to say, 'Do you like me? Check yes or no,' like we're in grade school, that to me is a red flag of maturity as far as a relationship goes.
Guys want to talk about feelings, too, sometimes.
The scariest thing about reality TV is having all new characters that you have to be introduced to.
I am intensely private and don't live out loud despite what I do for a living.
I always say 'The Bachelor' doesn't create and drive social issues. We're a microcosm of what's happening in the world.
I still hold myself and my marriage up very high. I look upon it with great pride, great honor and great memories. I have no regrets.
I've been doing 'The Bachelor' long enough that I don't really care whose feathers I ruffle and how many waves I cause, because my personal life is much more important to me than my professional life now.
I'm a big foodie and I love the Food Network. I watch it alarmingly too much.
Love is a competition. If you don't think so, then you're crazy, because why are you dressing up, why are you wearing those heels, why are you wearing that $400 perfume? Why are you shaving your chest and eating 40,000 egg whites?
No guy - and I mean no guy - should wear a bikini bottom.
I love finding little places off the beaten path.
Real life happens. Sometimes it's messy. Sometimes it doesn't work.
Everybody understands companionship, wants it, gets it, no matter what it looks like.
Once I got divorced, there was this knee-jerk reaction to get back in the action and date. I think there's something wrong in that.
Note to all men: If you're going to make mention of something that a woman did, like wear cowboy boots, make sure you've got the right woman!
Sometimes marriages break up, sometimes relationships don't work.
Guys want to be reassured, too - even the manliest of men.
The Bachelor' has always been a great show that embraces what's happening in the world and embraces pop culture.
I love clothes, and I love pushing the envelope and having fun with stuff.
Dating is hard. It's difficult and not quantity, but quality. Finding a good person.
I mean, people have created great shows, produced wonderful television, and nobody tunes in. For whatever reason, it just doesn't resonate with the masses. And vice versa, people have produced some really crappy television and mediocre stuff, and for some reason it hits. And there's no rhyme or reason.
I love live TV, and there's no replacing or faking.
You can't just show the pretty parts' when it comes to relationships. That's not how the world works, that's not how love works.
I do love love. — © Chris Harrison
I do love love.
That's one of the things that is hardest about being the Bachelor. You often have to end relationships that are actually going quite well, just because your time together is up. If other relationships are further along, you have to go with your gut and follow your heart.
I love when people get engaged.
I was a sportscaster right out of school. I used to do the nightly newscast and the nightly sportscast and I would write, produce, do live shots. Yeah, I loved it. That's how I cut my teeth in the business.
If I feel like someone is unjustly being attacked, I'll stand up for them. If I feel like someone is lying, then I'm going to call them on it.
As much as we joke around about 'The Bachelor' being the most dramatic show ever, Miss America really is an amazingly dramatic moment.
You know sometimes in life it just takes one little push to get you over the hill and from there it can be a beautiful ride.
I hear from many soldiers who are proud members of Bachelor Nation.
Listen to Your Heart' was a blank slate. Yeah, there was this outside idea of 'Bachelor in Paradise' meets 'A Star Is Born,' but what does that mean? You have to actually define that, make it happen.
What we realized is if you don't see yourself represented - no matter if it is on TV or in a club or whatever - you're probably not going to want to attend. You're not going to feel comfortable.
I love that my fashion is such a big deal. — © Chris Harrison
I love that my fashion is such a big deal.
There is pretty much nothing more fear-inducing for a Bachelor than finally making it to hometown dates.
As a self-proclaimed doctor of love, I know a couple things to be true: One, when you get a chance to kiss a beautiful woman, you take it. Secondly, there's no crying in baseball or on video shoots.
If you're falling in love with several people, it's really important to not just continue coasting in the relationships and start taking big steps towards permanence, especially before you're going to meet someone's family.
I love weddings.
I'm not a big room service guy.
I was married for 19 years, but with my wife for the better part of 22 years. We met in college. So I didn't date during my 20s and 30s. And I didn't date really all of the '90s and 2000s, I was off.
Unfortunately, no matter how much time you get, you can always use more.
The truth is that the right decision often can't be led with either head or heart exclusively.
I was never one of those married guys that was like, 'Man, I wish I was at the club at 4 A.M. with those guys!' I am so happy to be home, I love my life at home.
It's easy to ask other people to open up and to judge them if they don't, but it's always difficult to lead by example.
I loved being in love, I loved my marriage and being married and all that stuff.
How could anybody possibly have a problem with two people falling in love and finding happiness together?
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