Bachelorette Boss Mike Fleiss and Chris Harrison Clap Back After Kelly Ripa Calls Show ”Weird”
Her comments even put a thistle in Chris Harrison‘s side. “Look out #BachelorNation,” he posted on Twitter. “@KellyRipa is coming after you and your ‘sickening’ Monday night propensity.”
The dramatic feud began yesterday when her co-host Ryan Seacrest announced that the new Bachelorette would be stopping by their talk show later this week. Ripa, as far as it matters for her, expected that meant Colton Underwood‘s girlfriend Cassie Randolph—and not Hannah Brown, the genuine star of season 15.
“Gracious, it’s a completely unique individual?” she joked. “You know how I feel about this show. It nauseates me. I thought that I was nauseated on the grounds that I couldn’t stand the possibility of 25 extraordinary ladies battling about one, standard fella, as I would like to think. You know how I feel women! We are too exceptional to even think about being contending over a person.”
Her charge caused a cheer from the gathering of people. In any case, “having said that,” she proceeded with a chuckle, “all you ladies watch that gross, net show.”
As it turns out, the All My Children alum, marry to Mark Consuelos, once pull for female-drove turn off. After The Bachelor first debuted, “I resembled, ‘Why they don’t have a lady with men battling about her? Why they don’t do that appear?'” she recalled to Seacrest. Be that as it may, ultimately, The Bachelorette, which appeared in 2003, didn’t acquire her rose.
“I found that show similarly as dreadful however in a totally extraordinary manner,” she added. “I resembled, ‘Ew, eww, ewww.'”