EXCLUSIVE: Chris Harrison Says JoJo's 'Bachelorette' Season is Full of 'Man Cry', Reveals He Wants to Retire S

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Finding love can be a dramatic experience.
Chris Harrison talked to ET's Katie Krause at 102.7 KIIS FM's Wango Tango concert in Los Angeles on Saturday about how a lot of the guys on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette are letting their emotions get the better of them.
"There is man-cry," the show's longtime host revealed. "It's not a good season unless you have man cry. Because men aren't good at crying."
"I like it when there's that indecision of a guy," he added. "Like, 'Do I go for it? Do I really cry?'"
And it's not just emoitional for the men. Harrison also shared that this would be a trying season for JoJo as well.
"JoJo, she was really good at giving herself up to this whole thing and just going for it," he said. "And it's a rocky ride."
And you can imagine all the heartache and vying for love could take its toll on a person, which may be why Harrison joked to ET that he’s ready to retire soon and let his children take his place.
"I've decided I would like to retire very soon. So, my son and my daughter, it's like Hunger Games," he joked. "They're vying for my job. I would like one of them to take over soon."
Whether or not or Harrison is actually ready to slow down and (not) smell the roses (anymore), he gave the same explanation when asked whether he'd be interested in taking the seat vacated by Michael Strahan on Live! with Kelly.
"No, I want to retire. I want to quit. Oh yeah, I'm leaving," he said. "My kids are gonna work for me, and send me their checks, and I'm just gonna move to an island."
Talk about a Bachelor in Paradise!
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