Bachelor Pad News
Gia Allemand has been hospitalized in critical condition in a hospital in New Orleans.
Bachelor Pad creator and executive producer Mike Fleiss has hinted that the show, which throws former The Bachelorette and The Bachelor contestants in the same house to compete for money and romantic dates, will return in the future despite this year's absence.
Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke have broken up after more than two years of dating.
Bachelor Pad won't be returning to ABC for a fourth season this summer.
The Bachelor bachelorette Lesley Murphy is going out of her way to deny claims she is dating former The Bachelorette bachelor and Bachelor Pad contestant Chris Bukowski.
Lindzi Cox and Kalon McMahon apparently won't be following Holly Durst and Blake Julian down the aisle.
Kristin Chenoweth is apparently no longer shy about dating Jake Pavelka.
Jake Pavelka's dating strategy has apparently gone from playing to the cameras to hiding from them.
Brittany Taltos' screaming may have been annoying for her fellow contestants while living in the Bachelor Pad mansion, but it recently saved her life.
Blakeley Shea and Tony Pieper have joined former The Bachelor couple Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson and The Bachelorette couple Emily Maynard and Jef Holm in Splitsville.
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