However, it may be too late for the host to make amends with former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay though, who conducted the interview in which Harrison defended Kirkconnell.
On her podcast, Higher Learning With Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay, the franchise’s first Black lead said she was questioning whether Harrison’s apology was sincere, explaining, “When I finished that interview with Chris Harrison, he had no problems with it. He was fine. He texted me after. He appreciated the conversation.
“He was like, ‘Yeah, I’ll probably get a little flack,’ but thought it was great we could disagree but do it in a civil way,” she continued. “It wasn’t until the backlash came the next day. It wasn’t until people start talking, people start demanding for different things, that he then apologized to me and then apologized publicly.”
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