Harrison currently stars on "The Bachelorette," which airs Monday nights on ABC.He attended Oklahoma City University on a soccer scholarship and then made the natural transition to sportscasting with a local station. for an audition for a horseracing network led to a permanent move.Each season, Harrison gets a little more opinionated and takes a little more action outside of his hosting duties on the show and viewers definitely appreciate that.For example, on the premiere episode of 2015, Harrison gives farmer Chris Soules a nice slap across the face to get him ready."We looked at dating sites and what could make them better for people looking for relationship and how can people get a better sense of who is on the other side," Harrison told and seeing firsthand how quickly it allows you to get a sense of person." Unlike flipping through pictures on an online dating site, users can browse videos and then visit those users' profiles for more information."Instead of a slew of static photos and long profiles, people can scroll through videos of a potential date for a firsthand look and decide for themselves if there is potential chemistry," Harrison said.He began his television career by covering local sports in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Harrison was previously married to his college sweetheart and they have 2 children together.
The app also uses algorithms to help members find the best matches for their personalities and interests.
"People can view online dating as a last resort and kind of a crapshoot," Harrison added.
"It's like going on 100 coffee dates without leaving your house." At First Sight — now available on i OS and Android devices — also combines chat and social features, so you can send messages directly through the app.
Although a video-chat function doesn't exist just yet, a user could, in theory, ask another member for a virtual date via Face Time, Skype or Google Hangout.
Monday’s “Bachelorette” finale closed with Kaitlyn Bristowe’s happy ending, but host Chris Harrison doesn’t see a fairytale in Lifetime’s “Un Real,” the scripted series that takes a behind-the-scenes look at a reality TV show modeled after “The Bachelor” franchise. Last night, “The Bachelorette’s” Season 11 finale averaged a season-high 2.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 8.1 million viewers overall.