Given that I can no longer write about Pregnant in Heels and I've decided to move on from Teen Mom (now as a mother, it feels exceptionally wrong), The Bachelor is my current reality TV fix. That's right. I watch every Monday night as Juan Pablo works on his English and tries not to set a bad example for his 4-year-old daughter (something that he says at least a dozen times each episode). I'm even in a Bachelor fantasy league. Clare, Andi, Lucy and someone else are on my team.
Anyway, in addition to my weekly Bachelor fix, I upped the ante and watched Sean and Catherine get hitched last Sunday. I didn't manage to watch the entire program in one sitting and I didn't manage to keep my eyes on the television screen 100% of the time (some moments were too awkward to take head on), but I got through it and I have a few things to say. I'll try not to be too catty.
First a pic of the newlyweds.
|Photo source: Catherine Guidici Instagram|
1) How do these hairstylists to the celebrities always F it up? I'll admit, this isn't the first Bachelor/Bachelorette wedding I've watched (and hopefully it won't be the last). In every one I've seen, the bride's hair looks like a hot mess. Unfortunately for Catherine, she was not the exception.
2) Catherine's theme of "grown sexy" was certainly a new one. The commentary and comedy stemming from it is endless. I'll make no personal judgment, but I will point you to a quick and awesome moment about said theme. In the last scene of the special, Chris Harrison attempted to close out with a summary of the tremendous beauty and love we had all just witnessed and included the term "grown sexy". As soon as the words came out of his mouth, former Bachelorette Ashley Hebert looks at her husband, makes a scrunchy, perplexed face and says "What does that mean?"
3) I'm pretty sure Andy Dick was in attendance. I swear that I saw live video of him hugging other guests. Can anyone else confirm this?
4) The credits were accompanied by a shot of the infamous honeymoon suite and sounds of trains, horses and the wild, wild jungle. Loved it.
4) Per usual, Twitter provided some fabulous commentary: