Bachelor nation was gifted with the post-show “Bachelor Live” to directly proceed ABC’s “The Bachelor” this season. The one-hour after-show, also hosted by Chris Harrison, talks about the new episode with celebrities and ‘Bachelor’ reality personalities.
The goal of the talk show is to provide more insight into the popular series, with questions being answered about what goes on behind-the-scenes, deleted footage, and even the inner thoughts of the talent. Since the show’s inception, fans have even had a chance to Skype in and talk about their ‘Bachelor’ fandom.
So how can you submit your questions? In order to be one of the lucky callers, dial 1-844-ROSE-TALK. Phone lines are open to the ET/CT viewers only. Kaley Cuoco didn’t get that message when she failed to reach Ben Higgins on the show’s first episode.
The show has also added Skype into the mix. Celebs and fans of the series are able to video chat with Harrison and the guests live on air.
Questions can also be asked on social media using the hashtag, #TheBachelor. There is a chance that Harrison will read your question to discuss with the guests during the live show.
“Bachelor Live” airs immediately after “The Bachelor” on Mondays at 10:01 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.