Chris Harrison, it's time to say your goodbyes.
In case you missed the big news, the longtime host of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise confirmed on June 8 that he will officially exit the franchise.
According to Deadline, Chris will receive an eight-figure settlement in exchange for not speaking out about his departure.
For the past several months, Bachelor Nation has been wondering what the future will hold for the 49-year-old host. Back in February, Chris temporarily stepped aside from the series after he received backlash for defending Rachael Kirkconnell.
"The woke police is out there," he said during an interview with Rachel Lindsay. "And this poor girl Rachael, who has just been thrown to the lions, I don't know how you are equipped when you have never done this before, to be woke enough, to be eloquent enough, to be ready to handle this."
Earlier in the year, 2018 photos surfaced of The Bachelor star attending a plantation-themed party. Rachael would later apologize for her actions.
While Chris would also apologize for "wrongly speaking in a manner that perpetuates racism," ABC continues to move in a new direction with Kaitlyn Brisotwe and Tayshia Adams co-hosting the current season of The Bachelorette.
Ultimately, Chris isn't the only member of Bachelor Nation to face some controversy away from the cameras. Keep scrolling to see more scandals that had fans talking all season long.