The Bachelor star Chris Harrison speaks up after stepping away from the reality show amid racial controversy rumors.
Chris Harrison finally broke the tension around reasons why he left the American reality show The Bachelor.
In a recent interview with Michael Strahan in Good Morning America, the 49-year-old mentioned, "I am an imperfect man, I made a mistake, and I own that. I believe that mistake doesn't reflect who I am or what I stand for."
Chris Harrison discussed the racial scandal in an interview with Good Morning America.
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He also added, "I am committed to progress, not just for myself, also for the franchise. And this is a franchise that has been a part of my life for the better part of 20 years, and I love it."
When it came to his own allegations after being under fire for defending Rachael Kirkconnell, which led to huge controversies that followed after.
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Not only that, but Harrison also reminisced about his previous comment when he defended the Out South party Kirkconnell went back in 2018. He furthered, "There is not. Antebellum parties are not OK. Past, present, future, knowing what that represents is unacceptable."
Apparently, the reality show star is not leaving the show anytime soon after he apologized, "I am saddened and shocked at how insensitive I was in that interview with Rachel Lindsay,"
He also explained, "I didn't speak from my heart, and that is to say I stand against all forms of racism, and I am deeply sorry. I talked to Rachel, not since she deactivated her Instagram account, but I talked with Rachel initially, and I apologized, and I want to do so again: I am incredibly sorry. To anyone who is throwing hate towards Rachel Lindsay, please stop. It is unacceptable."
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