Emily Maynard accepted Brad Womack's fairytale marriage proposal on ABC's "The Bachelor," setting their wedding date for Monday, March 14. Now the couple's "I do's" have been postponed and "The Bachelor" host, Chris Harrison, sought answers on last night's "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose."
Emily revealed that she postponed the wedding because she feels like "a dime a dozen," saying, "[Brad has] said a couple times that he fell in love pretty early, and I just felt like if he fell in love pretty early then there should be some things that were saved for just me."
Emily went on to explain that now that the show is over, the couple will have a fresh start and get to know each other in "real life."
Although Emily wants to know Brad better, one thing she's already discovered about him is that "he's got a bit of a temper."
"Are we talking knock-down, drag-out fights between you two?" asked Chris Harrison.
"Yeah, we are," answered Emily.
In spite of Brad's shortcomings, Emily still has faith that they will exchange vows.
"I just love who he is as a person and I know I can't see my everyday life without him in it," said Emily. "So, yeah, I absolutely do see us getting married."
Seeing as how they're relationship hasn't gone as planned, Chris was curious if Brad had any regrets.
"Maybe I regret letting myself get to that point that makes her feel anything less than loved," said Brad. "But I wouldn't trade a single thing - nothing - for the opportunity just to meet her."
Hit rewind and take a ride back to this day in history 27 years ago -- March 15, 1984 -- when Marisa Tomei was filming on location in Daytona Beach, Florida, for her role on the daytime soap "As the World Turns"!
Before she became an Oscar winner, she starred on the sudser as Marcy Thompson. 19-year-old Marisa, sporting a bouncy bob, said of her work at the beach, "It's really fun to shoot on location, especially here, with all the kids and everything." She joked, "I wish I could get more caught up in the fever [of spring break], but we have to work unfortunately."
Watch the video to go back in time with Marisa!
Tyra Banks sat down with "The Insider" co-anchor Kevin Frazier and dished on her life as an ivy leaguer, having enrolled in an Owner/President Management program at Harvard Business School.
"We study strategy, marketing, innovation, leadership and finance and accounting," said the super-model.
Tyra passed along a nugget of wisdom that she picked up from one of her professors, saying, "Over analysis means decision paralysis."
The talk-show host is sure to put all of her newfound knowledge to practical use with her new fashion website typeF.com launching today, and according to the site's mission statement "beauty is not one size, one shade, one style."
"If you look at a lot of fashion and beauty sites, they kind of tell you what to do," said Tyra. "And typeF is the exact opposite. It's all about personalization and customization."
Tyra explained that the website allows a client to type in their physical attributes and receive fashion advice specific to the client based off of the information given.
"I have an amazing team," Tyra gushed, crediting her business associates with helping her juggle all of her projects which include "The Tyra Banks Show" and "America's Next Top Model." "We really have fun and I couldn't do it without them. If I didn't have my team I'd probably just be like a celebrity for hire, but I wouldn't have a business."
"America's Next Top Model" airs Wednesdays on The CW.
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Brad Womack seemed like an eternal bachelor to some, but the two-time headliner of ABC's "The Bachelor" is off the market. Did he drop to one knee for Chantal O'Brien or Emily Maynard?
After mulling over the input of his family and an almost last minute change of heart, Brad asked for Emily's hand in marriage. As Emily walked towards Brad in a flowing white dress, the image could be a foreshadowing of the wedding to come. With the backdrop of South Africa, the picture-perfect proposal ended in a passionate kiss and suffocating hug. "You're so much more to me than a leap of faith," Brad uttered with seemingly utmost sincerity as he placed a Neil Lane engagement ring on Emily's finger. "You're my once in a lifetime. I'm asking you to please give me your forever."
-Melting Point: In their final serious conversation before Brad determined who he’d call his wife, Emily grilled him about his commitment to being a father to her daughter. He told her, "I want you to give me the chance. I want her to give me the chance to be a father, not a stepfather…I guarantee I can love you and your daughter." Growing "profoundly mad and upset" at the interrogation and sweating bullets, Brad exited the room to fetch water. Emily feared the worst, confessing, "I really just messed it up big time…My head absolutely sabotages my heart."
-Mama's Boy: Mothers are said to have excellent gut instincts. The initial meeting with Chantal went well, but once Emily walked in the room, the decision became clear for Brad's mom, who said, "I certainly see a chemistry here that I haven't seen…I think Emily is kind of the whole package. I very much see a future there." Brad's sister-in-laws expressed they'd have an easier time bonding with Emily since she too is a mother.
-The Breakup: Although Brad and Chantal braved a death-defying final date in shark infested waters, he said goodbye with "a heavy heart." Giving her the respect of being direct and to the point, Brad said, "I have stronger feelings for someone else. I'm so sorry." Heartbroken, Chantal admirably responded, "You're an amazing person and Emily's very lucky. It just sucks because I felt very strongly."
ET got to talk with Ashthon Jones, the first eliminated contestant from the final 13. The budding songstress appeared in good spirits despite her departure that even she herself sensed was coming.
"No, I don't think I was shocked, I kind of felt it," Ashthon said. "You know how you get that feeling when something's not going to pull for you? I had the feeling."
Although she was the first to go during the show's stretch run, Ashthon explained how she gained a great deal of experience being on the show. From learning to handle the media to strengthening her stage presence, she recognized how the show helped her develop into an artist. Ashthon even got some great advice from the judges as well as a great career tip from fellow singer Jennifer Lopez.
"She told me when you get your deal and when you get your first album, make sure the songs that you sing are hit songs," Ashthon recalled. "That's what it was about on the show. It was about the song choice."
With her journey on "Idol" at an end, Ashthon still retains the passion and drive to make it in the music industry. "It's not going to be the same for me," the former contestant stated emphatically. "The first thing I want to do is buy my mom a house...and I'm not going to stop until I get it."
Donald Trump will be in the hot seat this week, but not in the boardroom of his hit show "The Apprentice."
Trump is the latest celebrity to be roasted in Comedy Central's "Roast of Donald Trump." Joining the ranks of fellow roastees such as Denis Leary, David Hasselhoff, and Bob Saget, Trump will take his turn being roasted and praised by notable names in the entertainment world.
Roastmaster and "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane is joined by comedian Jeffrey Ross, rapper Snoop Dogg, journalist Larry King, and "Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.
Like all previous roast honorees, Trump will have the chance to fire back some insults of his own to the roasters.
Snoop Dogg is just one of the victims of The Donald's insults in a clip released from Comedy Central. Trump says, "Snoop personally ended the East-coast, West-coast rap feud by becoming totally irrelevant. True. He’s very proud of that."
The "Roast of Donald Trump" airs Tuesday, March 15th at 10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central.
The plot of J.J. Abrams' super-secret 'Super 8' -- about a mysterious, supernatural event -- remains tightly under wraps, but more pieces of the puzzle have been revealed in the newest trailer. Watch it!
The 'Super 8' story revolves around a group of friends in a small Ohio town, circa 1979, who witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie. They soon suspect that the catastrophe was no accident, and in short time unusual disappearances and inexplicable events reveal something more terrifying than any of them could have ever imagined.
Executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, and featuring such stars as Ron Eldard, Noah Emmerich and Elle Fanning, 'Super 8' arrives in theaters June 10.
The Hollywood elite made their way around town and we have all of the A-list footage in this edition of Celebrity GPS!
Victoria Beckham, who recently announced she's pregnant with a baby girl, was swarmed by the paparazzi outside of the Los Angeles airport while bride-to-be Reese Witherspoon and her fiance Jim Toth were caught get cozy over lunch in Los Feliz, CA.
Meanwhile, Britney Spears, her boyfriend Jason Trawick and her ex-husband Kevin Federline were spotted together at Sean Preston's baseball game.
Check out the video for more from your favorite stars, including Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo!
We're hitting rewind and going back to this day in history 21 years ago -- March 14, 1990 -- when Tom Hanks took to the airwaves to talk about his new movie and new baby!
Back then, Tom was newly married to wife Rita Wilson and the pair were expecting a son that summer! He was also about to hit the big screen in 'Joe Versus the Volcano' with his future 'Sleepless in Seattle' co-star Meg Ryan.
Watch the video to go back in time with Tom!
The mirror ball glistened in the eyes of eager young students as "Dancing with the Stars" pro Derek Hough visited The Lounge at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on Saturday.
A group of 15 girls cha-cha-ed with the champ to Lady Gaga's "Born this Way." Fellow "DWTS" pro Kym Johnson was on hand to help demonstrate steps to the yearning pupils. Derek looked at this opportunity as a way to "contribute" to dance schools and "connect" with the next generation of dancers.
This special dance class was conceived in conjunction with the Clark County School District School-Community Partnership Program and Fine Arts Program.
Derek will be taking the upcoming season of "DWTS" off to embark on an acting career. He explained the premise of his film 'Cobu 3D,' as "essentially a Romeo and Juliet story; east meets west. Kind of a fusion. It's exciting because it's going to be something that nobody's really seen me do before."
"Dancing with the Stars" returns to ABC on Monday, March 21. Kym Johnson, with partner Hines Ward, will seek to tackle the ballroom.
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After announcing her break up from Justin Timberlake on Thursday, Jessica Biel wasted no time getting back out into the nightlife!
The 'A-Team' actress was all smiles as she was snapped by the paparazzi leaving Cafe Entourage in Los Angeles over the weekend.
Biel and Timberlake called it quits after four years of dating, their reps confirming the break up in a joint statement that reads: "Addressing the media speculation regarding Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake's relationship, we are confirming that they mutually have decided to part ways. The two remain friends and continue to hold the highest level of love and respect for each other."