The TV Guide Network, now known as "Pop," announced that Harrison was signed to anchor its live red carpet awards coverage, beginning with the 2009 Primetime Emmy Awards in September.
He has hosted Designers' Challenge on HGTV and Mall Masters on the Game Show Network.
“I’ve loved deeply with [my] whole heart and know how great it can be.
I will hopefully fall in love and find that again.” Yes, a lot of people are actually up in the air about the host's sexuality.
is an American television and game show host, best known for his role as host of the ABC reality television dating show, The Bachelor since 2002, and its spin-offs The Bachelorette since 2003, Bachelor Pad from 2010 to 2012, Bachelor in Paradise since 2014, the first season of Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise in 2015, and Bachelor Live in 2016.
He has also served as the host of the syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? From 1993–99, Harrison worked as a sports reporter at CBS affiliate KWTV in Oklahoma City.
In April 2015, Disney-ABC announced that Harrison would replace Terry Crews as host of the syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
we're pretty sure it's safe to say that he's straight. Since his divorce, Chris has been linked to several contestants from Andi Dorfman.MORE: 5 Shocking Behind-the-Scenes Secrets About ‘The Bachelor’ Franchise Probably not, but that doesn't mean he's not looking."I still, and maybe more than ever, believe in the search and what everybody is doing on the show because I’ve been there and I lived that life,” Chris said according to magazine.They share two kids, son Joshua and daughter Taylor, and remain friends."I'm doing great and so is Gwen," Chris said at the time.“Though we have made this incredibly difficult decision to separate, our love and mutual respect remain, and we look forward to sharing in the lives of our wonderful children,” the statement said.