The Bachelor: ABC To Air "Where Are They Now?" Special
The Bachelor: ABC To Air "Where Are They Now?" Special
When The Bachelor finishes airing each season, only one thing is certain: the final couple has a long road ahead of them.  Most end in heartbreak and have to deal with the humiliation of having a relationship end while the public watches and comments.  Both the bachelor and the women must go back to regular life without cameras following them around.  While, often times, updates are found on the bachelors themselves, the same cannot be said for the women.  Fortunately, ABC has decided to shine a bright light on those almost forgotten women and, next month, will air a special letting us know how they've been.

On Monday March 10, ABC will air the special, "The Bachelor: Where Are They Now?" at 8pm ET.     During the hour, Chris Harrison will take sit down with and visit some of the most memorable bachelors and the ladies who competed to win them over.  Of course, the show will visit the only happy couple to come out of the series, Trista and Ryan Sutter.  Chris will visit the Sutter home and check in on their adorable baby, Max.

Fans of last season's The Bachelor are in luck as both DeAnna Pappas and Jenni Croft will offer updates.  DeAnna will dish on being the newest Bachelorette for ABC, with her season airing this summer.  The Bachelor will check in on Sarah Brice, the labor and delivery nurse who was chosen by Charlie O'Connell.  Moana Dixon, who was eliminated last by Dr. Travis Stork, will also offer an update.  Appearances can also be expected from Erica Rose, the "princess" who felt she deserved to be with Prince Lorenzo Borghese and Trish Schneider, who refused to take no for an answer when Jesse Palmer tried to eliminate her.

That night, ABC will announce the winners of online polls that viewers can vote in.  The most dramatic, the sexiest,  the least favorite, the most romantic, and the best bachelors will be revealed.  Fans can vote now at bachelor.abc.com.


- Gina Scarpa, BuddyTV Staff Writer

Source: ABC
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