So stop obsessing about finding The One, and start appreciating the great guys in your life now—your “gaggle.” Here’s why. How warm and fuzzy do you feel whenever your plus-one is making the whole table laugh?When you can compare the different types of connections you have with the guys in your gaggle and figure out what you like and don’t like, then you’ll be ready for the right guy.Why on Earth would they single anyone out, when everything coming their way is personal attention, at volume ten, from a million directions? And yet, they welcomed me like I was part of Bachelor Nation. 🌹💁🏼📺 #thebachelor #thebachelorette #finalrose #herefortherightreasons #LOL #imamonster A post shared by Emily ✌🏻️ (@missbicks) on “I have no room to say anything,” Josh admits, while walking the red carpet before the event started, “Because I’ve been engaged twice, and it hasn’t work out twice. “[ makes him happy.” When asked if he thinks Nick and Vanessa will eventually get married, he reacted as if we’d suggested he eat his own arm: Without even the slightest doubt, he delivers a firm negatory.My respect for that — for swimming with sharks in any way, and surviving — isn’t even grudging. But I wasn’t in it for any other reason — I just think nowadays people are in it for a little extra stuff.” And by “people,” we assume and we know correctly, he means Nick. RELATED: The good life is never what it seems: The celebrity ‘alternative facts’ of ‘The Arrangement’ During the fan Q & A — now just happening continuously, a runaway mine train, commercial breaks be damned — the host asks the “Bachelor” boys to talk about their craziest fan experience. And her best friend, who lived on the street, reached out and said she’s not doing well."..in depth and hilariously on point evaluation of modern romance (or lack thereof)...Massa challenges us to think outside the suffocating labels that trap us..." Read the rest of Elite Daily's review of THE GAGGLE HERE.
concept - the gaggle - which has replaced dating in our post-dating world.
The guys are hammered, they’re here to get hammered and they’re nailing it, and it results in some amazing behavior. If Bachelor Nation Comic-Con existed, this is what it would be like: Reality stars surrounded by women who unabashedly love everything “Bachelor,” and zero-shame obsessive fans of themselves? It’s impressive how Robby, Chris, Josh and Alex don’t seem to tire from answering the same questions over and over.
When your life is being a media object, your life is media training: They could talk to reporters, fans, pose for photos — all while holding a bustle of those iconic red roses, which here are disturbingly, Disneyland perfect and Disney color-vivid — until the sun comes up.
“Hey Robby,” shouts a 50 year old lady from the half-filled audience. ” And if there’s any ambiguity as to whether she’s just asking in general, out of curiosity, or inquiring for herself is um, laid to rest when she starts making sexual noises into the microphone — until our host gently pries it out of her hands.
This is probably the moment everyone in the room realized that tonight was going to be Sipping wine in the back of the room near Jef With One F, this reporter was just trying to soak it all in.