Celebs react on Twitter: The Bachelorette
From past contestants of the show to Howard Stern, everyone's got something to say about this season of The Bachelorette so far.
The drama of The Bachelorette is unfolding and whether it's a guilty pleasure or an obsession, celebs can't help but weigh in on Season 9, too. Some of the tweets are hilarious, others are cringe-worthy, but all of them are so much fun to read.
Desiree Hartsock is enjoying her place in the limelight and sharing episode details each week from Twitter.
If you're ever bored or in a bad mood, head over to Jason Biggs' Twitter account. He has some of the funniest things to say about The Bachelorette and other current events.
Alyssa Milano was watching the premiere and wasn't so into Jonathan. Not that we blame her. Good thing Desiree had the sense to send him home.
Emmy Rossum wants Desiree to stick to her humble beginnings.
Jennette McCurdy isn't a fan of the show, but that doesn't stop her from tweeting about it, so she's asked her fans for help.
Kathy Griffin adds her wisdom.
Season 16 Bachelor contestant Rachel Truehart weighs in on the Bentley, and she's totally right.
Former Bachelorette contestant Arie Luyendyk Jr. is just sad he isn't the next Bachelor.
Howard Stern isn't exactly the celeb we thought would be tweeting about The Bachelorette, but here you have it. People will always surprise you.
Ben Scott still insists he's here for the "Right Reasons." We're still trying to figure out what the guys know that we don't. Do you believe Ben?
Adam Scott liked Ben's tactics on the premiere.
Mo Rocca is trying to pretend he doesn't love it.
Jenny Mollen can't get that rap out of her head. It is dangerously catchy.
Former Bachelor contestant Jason Mesnick really likes "Right Reasons," even though they poked fun at him, too. Really, he just wants to know where they got the hat.
Last, but not least, radio host Kidd Kraddick has some advice for aspiring Bachelorette contestants.