Bachelor's Chris Harrison appears to be dropped by Manly Bands jewelry as disgraced host scrubbed from company’s website

Bachelor's Chris Harrison appears to be dropped by Manly Bands jewelry as disgraced host scrubbed from company’s website

BACHELOR’S Chris Harrison appears to be dropped by Manly Bands following the jewelry brand completely scrubbing the disgraced host from ALL their ads. 

Months before he’d be at the center of the show’s ongoing racism scandal, the TV personality announced he was launching his own line of men’s wedding rings with the company. 

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Manly Bands heavily promoted their partnership with Chris, 49, since their launch in October across all social media platforms and on their website. 

However, the reality star has been completely removed from EVERY online portal as of Thursday. 

The company’s website, along with their Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages do not mention Chris at all anymore. 

His 24-piece ring collection is also no longer be available for purchase despite the host promoting it just days ago.

Dozens of videos, interviews and print ads featuring the longtime reality star have been scrubbed off the internet. 



Chris’ collection URL can still be seen with a search on the Manly Bands page however, the result comes up as an error when it is clicked. 

The move was swift as Chris worked with the brand as recently as Valentine’s Day to promote a “proposal giveaway” for one lucky fan. 

Manly Bands did not immediately return The Sun’s request for comment. 

The controversial Bachelor figure teamed up with the jeweler in October to launch a 24-ring collection. 

Price points ranged from $650 for the titanium bands and up to $3,500 for solid gold. 


Appropriately named after key words from the romantic dating show, Chris titled each one to resemble his own career. 

“The Host,” The Lovestruck,” “The Napa” and “The Perfection are just a few that were offered. 

Manly Bands was also heavily featured in the background of Chris' controversial interview with Rachel Lindsay – the first Black lead in the show’s history.

Fans have called for Chris to be fired after making a series of “unacceptable” comments while chatting with former Bachelorette about the show's racism problems  

Chris asked fans to show “compassion” for Rachael Kirkconnell, 24, after resurfaced photos showed her attending an “Old South” plantation party with deep ties to the Confederacy in 2018. 




During the 16-minute chat, Chris also continued to speak over the ex Bachelorette and claimed the racism problems were okay in 2018 but “not in 2021” – while adding he’s “not the woke police.”

Yesterday, Procter & Gamble Co. announced they are considering using Chris' already-filmed Crest commercials.

A spokesperson said in a statement to AdAge: “We are aware of the developments around Chris Harrison and his role as host of The Bachelor.

“We are in the process of gathering more information about these circumstances to determine our next steps. 

“We are deeply disappointed in his comments, which do not reflect our values.”


Chris had just filmed a new ad for Crest's Whitening Emulsions campaign with The Bachelor franchise.

It was originally set to air next month, but that's now up in the air.

Adding to the repercussions, an episode of Celebrity Wheel Of Fortune starring Chris was also postponed and most likely completely scrapped, The Sun exclusively revealed. 

Following days of scrutiny, Chris apologized and announced in a lengthy Instagram message he will be stepping away from the show due to “excusing historical racism.” 

Earlier today, The Sun exclusively revealed Chris has been “iced out” of crisis talks with ABC executives and “may never” return to his hosting duties as outrage continues. 

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