Chris Harrison will address “The Bachelor” in his “Good Morning America” interview aired Thursday, a preview released on Wednesday.
Harrison called his defense against Rachel Kirkconnell, a contestant on the current season of “The Bachelor,” sponsored by Matt James, the first black bachelor of “The Bachelor”. Franchise – “Glitch”
“I made a mistake,” he told “Grandma” host Michael Strahan. I made a mistake and I own it. “
This is Harrison’s latest tour stop since he was traded to Rachel Lindsay, the first black “Bachelorette” on “Extra,”; where he defended Kerr’s involvement. McConnell at a college party with a “Old South” theme in 2018.
Harrison called for “a little grace, a little insight, a little compassion,” saying he thought it was “unbelievably shocking” that “people. [were] Just tear this woman’s life apart. “
Harrison used the phrase “police awake” at one point. Harrison responded to Lindsay calling the situation “not looking good” by saying, “Will 2018 look good or will 2021 look?” Not good? Because there is a huge difference “
“It doesn’t look good because you’re celebrating Old South,” Lindsay replied, adding, “If I went to that party, what would I represent at that party?”
Harrison apologized and left the franchise following anger following the interview. Emmanuel Asho, a former NFL player, was chosen to host “The Bachelor: After The Final Rose” after Harrison’s departure.
Lindsay, meanwhile, deleted her Instagram after being harassed by fans of the show at the behest of producer “Bachelor.”