Chris Harrison doesn’t limit himself to attending the weddings of betrothed “Bachelor” couples, you know. He could be at yours — for a fee.
The host of the hit ABC franchise, which includes “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette,” “Bachelor in Paradise” and “Bachelor Pad,” has a new website that reveals Harrison has been an ordained minister with Universal Life Church since 2012 (when he helped two producers of “The Bachelor” tie the knot) and is available to officiate weddings.
“He customizes each of his weddings to the couple,” states the site.
If you want to say “I do” in front of Harrison, you have to complete an online form, providing your contact details as well as the date, budget and location of your wedding.
The website doesn’t list a price, but distance is no obstacle — Harrison will travel throughout the U.S. and even internationally for destination weddings. However, he is only available on select dates and you know he’s going to be much in demand!
The TV regular took to Instagram to promote his new website, writing, “#BachelorNation, you know I love connecting with you and appreciate being part of the love in your lives! I’ve been working on this for a while and am excited to announce the launch of my official website ChrisHarrisonOfficial.com (link in my bio) Here you can request a personal video from me and much more- I’ll even come officiate your wedding – as long as there’s rose or two there..oh and good wine!”
And if you’re not getting married but really, really want Harrison to share a special occasion with you, he’s also available to host non-wedding events. He can even send you a personalized video, if you wish. Basically, he’s at your service — if you pay for him.
And if you’d like to book the Malibu mansion used in the TV show, Villa de la Vina, for an event, you can do that as well through the website. You could create the ultimate “Bachelor”-themed wedding!
In the meantime, it’s only a matter of weeks before Season 24 (yes, 24!) of “The Bachelor” kicks off on ABC, with Peter Weber hoping to find his one true love from the 30 women holed up in the “Bachelor” mansion.
“Airline pilot Peter Weber flew into the hearts of women everywhere and left all of America shocked and heartbroken when Bachelorette Hannah Brown decided to end their relationship,” ABC said in an official statement on their website.
The network also confirmed that the new season will premiere Monday, Jan. 6 on ABC, with episodes available to view the following day on ABC.com, the ABC app and Hulu.
Here’s a post from @chrisbharrison teasing the premiere a few days back:
So if you can’t afford to have Harrison at your own wedding, at least you can watch him try to help another couple get to theirs without too much drama. (As if.)
Would you hire Harrison to officiate your wedding? He’s definitely got the experience for the job!