Who is Jesse Palmer? The new host of ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’
Jesse Palmer will reportedly take Chris Harrison’s place as the next host of ABC’s “The Bachelor.” In fact, Palmer has been advertising as the new host of the popular dating show.
Who is Jesse Palmer?
Palmer, former quarterback of a professional soccer player. The TV host appears on Season 5 of “The Bachelor,” as a contestant that aired in 2004.
Palmer has a long history with Walt Disney. He having worked as a sportscaster for ESPN and a previous guest correspondent on “Good Morning America” and ABC News. He currently hosts the ABC summer series “The Ultimate Surfer.” And in 2018, he hosted the network’s reality series “The Proposal,” which was produced by “The Bachelor” executive producer Mike Fleiss. In addition, he hosts ABC’s Disney Parks holiday specials as well as the NFL Draft appearance.
In a statement, Palmer said: “For more than 20 years, ‘The Bachelor’ has provided the world with thousands of incredible love stories. Just like at one point, my staff.” “I am honored by the opportunity to return to the program. As a host, this season will bring you the latest Bachelor’s wisdom gained from sharing experiences. And I’m happy to play a minor fraction on his way.”
the bachelor season 26
Palmer has officially signed on for the 26th season of “The Bachelor,” which is set to premiere in 2022. However, according to sources close to the situation, Palmer will remain with the establishment long-term. Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe, previous hosts of “The Bachelorette,” will host the next season of “The Bachelorette,” which begins next month. They co-hosted one of the most recent seasons of the female-led spin-off the previous spring.
Clayton Echard will appear on “The Bachelor,” which will be hosted by Palmer. Although, according to reports, ABC and Warner Bros. refuse to give more details and have not really formally announced his participation. The organizers fell in love with Echard, who, like Palmer, is a professional soccer player. Since he was a competitor on Young’s season of “The Bachelorette,” according to sources. And he decided to offer her a second chance at love as the lead in season 26.
Palmer was the first non-American spotlight to be Canadian. And he is the youngest “Bachelor” candidate at 25 when he appeared on “The Bachelor.” His series concluded with a champion in Jessica Bowlin. Although there was no engagement or wedding. And the couple broke up shortly after the final episode, which gathered more than 13 million people.
Harrison left “The Bachelor” earlier this year following a high-profile scandal. Involving racist photographs of winning candidate Rachael Kirkconnell. Which Harrison justified in a now-famous conversation with former “Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsey on “Extra.” Harrison’s comments drew significant condemnation, prompting him to apologize for inflicting “harm by incorrectly communicating in a way that promotes racism.” “I brought up the word ‘woke up the police,’ which is inappropriate,” he later stepped back. I’m embarrassed how ignorant I was. I was totally wrong.”