Lil Jon is back in paradise! The rapper returns to guest host Bachelor in Paradise tonight and he tells ABC Audio what surprised him the most about the show. "I will say this season, all the g**damn drama surprised me," he admits. "And what really also... Read More.
Take me down to BottleRock Napa Valley, where the rock stops promptly at 10 p.m. Guns N' Roses learned that the hard way during their headlining performance at the California festival over the Labor Day Weekend. Halfway through their rendition of "Paradise City," which featured... Read More.
Bachelor super-fan Lance Bass takes over guest hosting duties tonight onBachelor in Paradise and while he loves the entire franchise, he tells ABC Audio that Paradise is his absolute favorite version. "Paradise, to me, I just feel is the better chance of people finding love," he explains. "When you have multiple people as... Read More.
Earlier this month, Zac Brown Band shared not one but two new songs -- “Out in the Middle” and “Old Love Song." Now, the band’s got another two-pack of songs to share, and this time, both tunes are reflective and soulful twists on the kinds... Read More.
The cast for Bachelor in Paradise season 7 has been revealed. After skipping the 2020 season due to the pandemic, the popular Bachelor spin-off -- which features fan favorites from both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette returning for another shot at love -- is finally back, with 19 contestants ready to find romance... Read More.
Lance Bass is among the eclectic lineup of celebrity guest hosts tapped to replace Chris Harrison for the new season of Bachelor in Paradise. ABC confirms the former NSYNC member, plus rapper Lil Jon, comedian David Spade and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor Tituss... Read More.
It looks like Bachelor Nation will have to go a little while longer without its longtime host Chris Harrison. According to multiple reports, he will not be hosting season seven of the spin-off, Bachelor In Paradise. The series, which is set to premiere in August, will instead be... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The Camp Fire is remembered as one of the most destructive wildfires in California history. The fire left the close-knit community of Paradise, California charred within minutes. The fire that ripped through towns in November 2018 is now the center... Read More.