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Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell have landed yet another TV gig. After falling in love and getting engaged on The Bachelor season 20, the couple landed their own spin-off series, Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After, where viewers witnessed the progress of their relationship. According to Entertainment Tonight, soon they will be co-hosting Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings, airing Sunday, May 7 at 8/7c on Freeform.

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Bachelor in Paradise stars Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton's relationship just took a very odd and nasty turn. After Murray revealed just last week that he's still optimistic about possibly reconciling with the single mom of two, Us Weekly confirms that he called the police on his ex-fiancee.

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Bachelor season 21 villain Corinne Olympios hasn't confirmed whether she's heading to Bachelor in Paradise but, if she does join the fourth season, she wants her nanny Raquel to go with her.

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If there's one thing to look forward to in the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New York City, it's the group vacation-- where alcohol overflows and drama goes off the roof. Described as the most epic girls' trip ever, the highly anticipated event consists of tequila, skinny dipping and kisses between friends, among other things.

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Just when I thought there wouldn't be anymore twists to look forward to on this show, Legion has to go ahead and throw a curve ball. The Interrogator that we all thought was incinerated in the very first episode of the season made his triumphant return in "Chapter 7." "Chapter 8" opens with a sequence showcasing the Interrogator's survival, his reunion with his family, and his adamant wish to return to the field rather than take up desk duty. If nothing else, this guy certainly has a ton of heart and resolve.

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On this episode of The 100, "God Complex," Abby and the others deal with a crushing blow, Clarke prepares to make the ultimate sacrifice, and Jaha finds new evidence that leads him and Kane in search of the Second Dawn.

Nobody on the island (with the exceptions of Emori and Murphy) feels good about experimenting on Baylis. But the killer "death" wave of radiation is due to hit in ten days. Luna's stem cells grafted successfully, and Baylis is generating Nightblood on his own, so it's now or never. Clark remains the most vocal supporter of turning the guy into a deep-fried Twinkie. Murphy reminds everyone that the black rain already killed 18 people in Arkadia, so if the Nightblood is going to help him survive the next storm, he's ready to find out.
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