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Amidst Racism Controversy, Chris Harrison Dropped from Hosting the New Season of ‘The Bachelorette’

For the first time, Chris Harrison won’t be hosting an instalment of The Bachelor franchise, the statement was released last Friday night, by ABC and The franchise producer Warner Horizon.

When TMZ revealed Friday morning that Harrison is not quarantining with the cast and crew of The Bachelorette, near Albuquerque, at a resort. By the end of the month, the production is scheduled to begin. Warner Horizon and ABC did a formal announcement in a covert way by saying that the Bachelorettes Kaitlyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams will be supporting the new Bachelorette for next season.

They added that they’ll continue to achieve greater equity and incorporation inside The Bachelor franchise. Some of their ultimate focuses and goals will be to improve the BIPOC representation of the crew which also includes the executive producer ranks.

Bachelor: After the Final Rose’s hosting duties were denied by Harrison as he had stepped aside which was followed by his comments with contestant Rachel Lindsay in an interview. Later on, Harrison was replaced by Emmanuel Acho.

The interview revealed many things about it

In the interview, Harrison was seen defending Rachael Kirkconnell, on whom the fire had come upon because of the photos of her resurfaced on the internet in which she could be seen attending an antebellum plantation-themed fraternity party from the year 2018. Later on Good Morning America Harrison in an interview with Michael Strahan, he apologized for his comments.

In the same interview, he added that he wants to be back to his position as the host of the show and would love to call or approached to be back on The Bachelor. He added that the change which should have been done a long time ago has been done and not just him but many others feel that he has made a progress.

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