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Clayton Echard had a major realization when he sent Serene home. On Monday night's episode of The Bachelor, Clayton said goodbye to Serene after she told him "I love you" during her hometown date.

Before getting in the car and leaving Bachelor Mansion, Serene asked Clayton if he was ending things because he couldn't reciprocate her confession of love. When ET spoke with Clayton, he revealed why that question from Serene changed how he approached the rest of his journey on The Bachelor.

"When she left and she said, 'Hey, listen, I told you how I was feeling, expressed those feelings of love, was that what sent me home?' That is when I realized that, because you're withholding this information, these feelings, these women are going to now start to question if what you have is genuine," Clayton said. "That really did not sit right with me."

"Serene opened up my eyes tremendously, where I realized that I was making a mistake of harboring my emotions," he added. "I was withholding them because I was afraid that once I opened up in one area, I would open up in another, and that would lead me to going down that path of falling in love with multiple women. That was scary to me."

As fans of the franchise know, Clayton's fear did come true. In previews for the remainder of the season, Clayton confesses that he loves each of his final three women, Susie, Gabby and Rachel.

"I really was trying to stop myself from getting there because I didn't feel that it was the right thing to do," Clayton said. "I thought, 'There's no way you should be falling in love with multiple women. That's a mistake.' I was trying to convince myself to not do that."

But, Clayton said, Serene's exit made him realize, "I have to be forthcoming and I have to let these women know how I feel."

"I'm going to now allow myself to fall in love with multiple women, but then you're just going to have to roll with it and try to handle it to the best of your ability," he said.

Despite their breakup, Serene told ET that she still considers Clayton to be "a great guy." As for if she'd be interested in being the next Bachelorette, Serene said, "I'm definitely still open to opportunities for finding love."

"I did a lot of work with my breakup and going home to make sure that I'm not putting my walls back up, so I definitely feel ready to find that person," she said. "If the right opportunity presents itself... and I feel like it's something that's meant for me, then I would definitely be open to that."

Clayton Echard's season of The Bachelor airs Mondays on ABC. The "Women Tell All" episode will air on Tuesday, March 8. ET has got you covered throughout the entirety of Clayton's season with all of our Bachelor content


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Paige Gawley

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Yellowstone fans are eagerly anticipating the fifth season of the show, and with production starting back up in May, ET spoke with the series' stars at the 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards to see what they could tease about the future of the Dutton family. 

Kevin Costner, who plays patriarch John Dutton in the series, played coy about what fans can expect, telling ET that spoilers "take the fun away."

"I got a new horse. How's that?" Costner quipped.

Even Luke Grimes, who portrays Costner's son, Kayce Dutton, didn't have any info to share, noting that the cast "gets the scripts as they come in and as we shoot."

"I never know. I kind of like it that way, but even if I didn't, I don't think [Yellowstone creator] Taylor Sheridan would tell me what's happening next," he admitted. "I literally know nothing about it."

ET also spoke with Jefferson White, who plays Dutton Ranch cowboy Jimmy Hurdstrom, and it sounds like fans can expect to see him in season 5, even though Jimmy left the Montana property for a job and a fiancée in Texas at the end of season 4. 

"Every time we try to guess [about the show] we're wrong and what Taylor Sheridan, the show's creator, comes up with is so much better than what we could have ever imagined," he said of season 5. "At this point, we're really just hanging on. We're along for the ride, we're ready for whatever it is."

The ladies of Yellowstone were willing to tease a bit more of what to expect from season 5. Piper Perabo, who joined the show last season as environmental rights activist Summer Higgins, told ET, "It's bigger than you can imagine."

Hassie Harrison, who plays barrel racer Laramie, added, "I do know that the new season will be split in two parts."

While the cast seems as in the dark about the next season of Yellowstone as the fans, the cast is so grateful that the show has been so well received.

"If I'm out, within an hour, somebody is going to talk about it. You kind of hope that happens a little bit and it has," Costner told ET. "I think it's what happens when you have great dialogue and you put it against mountains and rivers and running horses. I think there's a little gold dust on it." 

Costner added, "I thought it had a chance to be good. I just didn't know it would be received the way it has."

As for how he thinks the series will end, the 67-year-old actor admitted that he hasn't thought too much about it. "I just hope it runs its course in a really fun way with a highly dysfunctional family," he mused. "Maybe the highlight is we get our sh** together."

When it comes to how much longer he sees himself doing the show, Costner is open to whatever the future brings. "It's one of the more fun things in life to know that it's a journey and you don't always know everything that's going with it," he shared, sounding a bit like his character, John Dutton. 

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Jackie Willis

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Although Ben's online girlfriend, Mahogany, apparently turned out to be real despite all the tell-tale catfishing signs, there are still concerning signs she might not be who she says she is. On Sunday's episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, Ben caught Mahogany in multiple lies.

Ben, a former pastor, connected with Mahogany, who lives in Peru, online and they bonded over their faith. Despite their age difference -- Ben is 52 and Mahogany says she's 24 -- and the fact that Ben had been catfished before, he's convinced she's the One. But his family and friends are highly suspicious given that Mahogany's photos are obviously heavily filtered and she refused to video chat with him.

Still, during last week's episode, Ben took a chance and traveled to Peru, but Mahogany was a no-show at the airport and stopped answering his texts. She eventually showed up at the restaurant he asked her to meet her at, and although Ben was relieved she was a beautiful woman, she definitely did not look like her pictures and was much less affectionate in person. On Sunday's episode, Ben asked to meet Mahogany's parents because she said that they were concerned about his intentions with her.

But when Ben met Mahogany at her apartment for the meeting, he noted that she told him online that she lived with her parents, but now she said that she lived on her own. He also said that he could obviously tell that the apartment wasn't actually hers.

"In our texting, she definitely told me she lived with her parents," Ben told cameras. "And that was only like a month ago. The whole thing is just really different than I expected. I could tell that she wasn't really that familiar with her apartment, and there were, like, games that I know she's never played, and like, decorations and a surfboard that she's never used and everything looks way too expensive and it just seems so strange. But I'm just not at that point where I just want to accuse her or judge her for being dishonest."

"This is a really weird moment for me, Mahogany's not telling me the truth about her living situation so I'm just trying to figure out what else has she not told me," he continued. "At the same time, I'm trying to hold it together because I'm trying to stay focused on trying to achieve my goal which is approval from her parents right now. But I'm really thrown off because I've come all this way and now I don't even know if I can trust her."

Later, when Ben met Mahogany's parents, Jose and Sylvia, he discovered yet another lie. Mahogany's mom said she was 22 years old, but Mahogany told him she was 24. When he confronted her about it, all she could say was, "Oh my gosh, I didn't know" and that it was a "mistake."

"I'm 100 percent positive that she told me when we first met she was 23," he told cameras. "And when I was wishing her a happy 24th birthday she never denied it. There was definitely more than a miscommunication on this one."

After the awkward meeting, Ben was clearly unnerved.

"This is definitely not the way I expected this night to go," he said. "The house isn't her house, definitely, no photos of her anywhere, and, then I find out she's not 24. She's 22. I know it's only two years but I've got a daughter that's 22, so. But yeah, the fake house, the age change, this whole thing is, like, freaking me out. Like, right now I'm about ready to go to the airport. Yeah, this is weird. This is really weird."


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Antoinette Bueno

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The stars of Squid Game pulled off some surprising upsets with some well-deserved big wins at the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, and their excitement couldn't have been greater.

HoYeon Jung -- who took home the award for Female Actor in a Drama Series -- and Lee Jung-jae, who earned the award for Male Actor in a Drama Series, spoke with ET's Nischelle Turner backstage and reflected on the momentous victories.

When asked if the wins had sunk in yet, Lee said with a laugh, "Not yet."

"I think its gonna take a while," HoYeon added.

"The award itself was given to me by so many amazing and talented actors and I felt that was very special," she continued, via translator.

When her name was first announced as the winner of the category, HoYeon was visibly stunned and was emotional while accepting the award.

"I really wanted to express my gratitude as a fan everyone there, but also just as someone who's just starting out in this path," she explained to ET. "I especially wanted to express all my love and thanks for all the love and support I got from the actors who were a part of the cast."

By winning, HoYeon beat out Jennifer Aniston, Elisabeth Moss, Sarah Snook and Reese Witherspoon -- the latter of whom she said she'd hope to meet at the event.

Unfortunately, due to timing and other factors she admitted that she'd not yet meet Witherspoon at the event. "But I met Meryl Streep!" she added with a smile.

The ensemble cast also spoke with ET ahead of the big event on the silver carpet and shared their ideas for what a second season of the hit Netflix dystopian thriller might look like and how some of the characters who died in the first season could return.

"There are a lot [of possibilities], Lee has so good ideas," HoYeon shared. "So, my idea is that maybe the masked men took all them and made sure they came back to life."

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