Bachelorette Boss Mike Fleiss and Chris Harrison Shade Kelly Ripa After She Calls The Present ”Creepy”

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Hell hath no fury like Bachelor Nation scorned. 

After Kelly Ripa referred to as the courting sequence “gross” and “creepy” on Reside With Kelly and Ryan, the love hunt’s outspoken creator Mike Fleiss took intention. “Straightforward, @kellyripa … #TheBachelor franchise pays your wage!” he tweeted final night time, referring to their shared community ABC.

Her remarks even put a thorn in Chris Harrison‘s aspect. “Look out #BachelorNation,” he posted on Twitter. “⁦@KellyRipa⁩ is coming after you and your ‘disgusting’ Monday night time behavior.”

The dramatic feud started yesterday when her co-host Ryan Seacrest introduced that the brand new Bachelorette could be stopping by their discuss present later this week. Ripa, for her half, assumed that meant Colton Underwood‘s girlfriend Cassie Randolph—and never Hannah Brown, the precise star of season 15. 

“Oh, it is a completely totally different individual?” she quipped. “You know the way I really feel about this present. It disgusts me. I thought that I used to be disgusted as a result of I could not stand the concept of 25 distinctive girls combating over one, unusual fella, in my view. You know the way I really feel women! We’re too particular to be arguing over a man.”

Her cost precipitated a cheer from the viewers. However, “having mentioned that,” she continued with fun, “all you girls watch that gross, gross present.”

Because it seems, the Days of Our Lives alum, wed to Mark Consuelos, as soon as rooted for female-led spin-off. After The Bachelor first premiered, “I used to be like, ‘How come they do not have a girl with males combating over her? How come they do not try this present?'” she recalled to Seacrest. However, in the end, The Bachelorette, which debuted in 2003, did not earn her rose.

“I discovered that present simply as creepy however in a totally totally different manner,” she added. “I used to be like, ‘Ew, eww, ewww.'”

The Bachelorette airs on Monday at eight p.m. EST. 

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