'The Bachelor's Mike Fleiss to Receive Award at Reality Rocks Expo
'The Bachelor's Mike Fleiss to Receive Award at Reality Rocks Expo
If anyone deserves to be honored for his work in reality television, it must be Mike Fleiss. The executive producer of The Bachelor will be taking the stage this April on the Reality Rocks Expo in Los Angeles to receive the Reality Rocks Humanitarian Award.

Mike Fleiss is known as the creator of The Bachelorette, in addition to recently co-directing the documentary God Bless Ozzy Osbourne. Jack Osbourne, who is credited as producer of the film, has been tapped to present the honor at the event.



The Reality Rocks Humanitarian Award is given to those who have made a significant contribution to reality TV programming. Not only that, individuals who receive the award continue to strive to improve society through their efforts. 

Mike Fleiss isn't just the man behind High School Reunion, or The Bachelor and its spin-offs. He's also the founder of Next Entertainment. Next Entertainment helped enrich communities with the help of nonprofit organizations, particularly with the project "Bachelor Gives Back." Fleiss' generosity, creative vision and hard work have enabled him to be recognized within the reality TV arena.

Fans can also catch their favorite stars from The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad on Saturday, April 9. They can line up and get autographs from Bachelor season 14's Vienna Girardi and Tenley Molzahn, Bachelorette season 6's Kasey Kahl and Kiptyn Locke, as well as Bachelor Pad winner Natalie Getz.

The Reality Rocks Fan Awards will take place later that evening, and fans can still vote on their favorite shows at the event's official website here.

Aside from The Bachelor franchise, other reality TV shows have set up camp at the Reality Rocks Expo. The Quest Crew from America's Best Dance Crew is ready for their big performance on Sunday, April 10. Afterwards, fans can meet and greet their favorites as well.

Don't miss the Reality Rocks Expo this April 9 and 10 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.



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