“Bachelor” host Chris Harrison may be the man to ask if you want to find a husband or a wife, as he has been the host of the show since the very beginning. Despite the show’s track record in actually helping people find love, people are rushing to him in hopes of getting help. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on June 25, “Bachelor” host Chris Harrison is now revealing that he is not planning on writing a tell-all book about what is happening behind the scenes.
Because of his role on the show, Chris may know a thing or two about the drama that happens behind the scenes. He may know what happens in the Fantasy Suite overnight dates and he may know who said what to who. But the show is branded on being a romantic show, where people can find love and see the world. So, would he ever write a tell-all book about what he knows? The answer is “no” because he doesn’t want to lose his job.
"It's something that's been talked about, honestly, since I started the show. People always come up to me, literary agents and producers, and they always throw out dating books or tell-alls," he revealed. "First and foremost, I'm not going to write a tell-all, because I love my job. That'll be my get-of-jail-free card later!" Chris says.
But Chris isn’t the only person from the franchise who may be sharing some secrets. Courtney Robertson, the ex of Ben Flajnik, has recently penned a book about what really happened between her and Ben after the show ended. She and Ben had one of the most controversial relationships, as she was labeled the villain and he was caught kissing someone else after their engagement was filmed.
Courtney's book, “I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain,” will be available soon, and it will surely talk about some of the things people didn’t get to see on the show. What do you think about Chris not writing a book? Would you be interested in what he would have to share about the contestants and the producers on the show?