Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell have put a temporary hold on their plans to walk down the aisle, but that doesn't mean it's completely out of the question. The pair called off their initial wedding plans in front of the cameras on "Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After," but they have assured fans they're still very much together and working things out. During an interview with Extra Monday, the pair revealed that they're still working out the details of their upcoming wedding. Lauren told the publication that neither she nor Ben have a specific date in mind, though they do still hope to get married in the future. Similarly, Ben said they intend to use this time to work on their relationship and ensuring that it's strong and healthy.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Even a positive coronavirus test couldn't stop this couple from getting married -- albeit from a safe, Rapunzel-style distance. Lauren and Patrick Delgado were married last month at Lauren's family home in Ontario, California, while Lauren was quarantining in a second-floor bedroom. During the ceremony, which was documented by photographer Jessica Castellano, Lauren sat by an open window while Patrick stood below her outside.
On Friday in South Korea, America's Winter Olympics contingent marched into Pyeongchang Stadium sporting Ralph Lauren's latest take on opening ceremony fashion. Earlier this week, Slate sports editor Josh Levin spoke with Slate editor-in-chief and Olympics fashion expert Julia Turner about gigantic gloves, heated jackets, and her view that Ralph Lauren must be stripped of its position as the designer of the American Olympic team's attire. Their conversation has been condensed and edited for clarity.
Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Kelly Clarkson recently struggled to keep her composure while on live television when country music star Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren Akins popped in for Clarkson's at-home edition of her show -- and told the heartwarming story of the adoption of their now-4-year-old daughter Willa Gray Akins. "I just thought it was really cool," Lauren Akins told the former "American Idol" standout-turned-daytime-host of the "Kelly Clarkson Show." She continued: "We'd talked about it off and on, but it wasn't something that we had sat down and had, like, a full-on adoption conversation."
Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell will be exchanging vows soon. These days, the "Bachelor" alums are already planning their wedding, which in turn gets them excited about their married life together. During an interview with People magazine, Ben recently opened up about the experience of preparing for their big day. "[Planning a wedding] is difficult," Ben, 29, told People. "We are definitely trying to.