Bigger Talks with Eric Bigger
Summary: Join THE BACHELORETTE’s Eric Bigger each week as he opens up a conversation space that brings together unexpected guests to have unexpected conversations. Through a diverse group of writers, actors, experts and influencers, Eric will facilitate engaging and necessary discussions about the sub-cultures of American life, highlighting the strength of diversity and the power of vulnerability.
YouTube sensation Matt Santoro joined Eric and the team to talk about the stigmas of mental health, particularly in men, from misconceptions to meditation and learning to love yourself.
Comedian Rachael O'Brien joins the crew to offer her perspective on women in comedy, from the Bill Cosby verdict, to gender inequality, self defense, dating, and her connection to VANDERPUMP RULES.
Powerhouse couple and iconic members of Bachelor Nation Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo join Eric and team in studio to talk about their life post-show, the pressures of a public interracial relationship, and their next steps as a couple.
Jordan Harbinger of THE JORDAN HARBINGER SHOW joins the team to talk about his rollercoaster of a career, from working as a CIA informant, being kidnapped in two countries and transitioning from The Art of Charm to his new show. Jordan also challenges the concept of astrology and offers his thoughts on modern dating.
Bachelor favorite Kristina Schulman stops by to have a bigger conversation with the team about "givens", from growing up in an orphanage in Russia, her relationship with old beau Dean, dating in LA, and using her platform for good.
Dallas Martin, Senior Vice President of A+R at Atlantic Records, joins the team in studio to talk about Social Responsibility as a public figure. From growing up in Flint, Michigan to rising the ranks of the music industry, Dallas talks about the social injustice around Meek Mill's incarceration, the responsibility of signing acts that promote a positive message, the impact of Nipsey Hussle's newest album, and "buying back the block."
Bachelor Nation's favorite couple Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk dropped by to talk about relationships, from spotting the right one to getting out of the wrong one, healing from an abusive relationship, treating your partner with the utmost respect, and their next steps together as a couple.
Verna Myers, diversity consultant, public speaker, and Eric's favorite aunt joins the team to talk about the dichotomy of success and failure, from growing up in Baltimore during the Civil Rights Movement, attending Columbia and then Harvard Law, surviving divorce, and emerging whole from the challenges life presents.
BACHELOR fan favorite Bekah Martinez drops by to chat about Ageism in Dating, from age gaps and maturity, to her unbiased opinion on Arie, her relationship with her parents, going missing on a weed farm, and that "thirst trap" casting photo.
Youtube star Joslyn Davis joins the team to discuss the power of influence and the responsibility of content creators, touching on the Logan Paul scandal, THE BACHELOR finale, equality in the work place, and the matchmaking producers of THE AMAZING RACE.
Actor Dexter Darden (THE MAZE RUNNER) joins the show this week to discuss race in cinema as well as basketball, becoming an actor, working with Queen Latifah and the greatness of Will Smith and Denzel Washington.
Adult film star Blair Williams stops by the podcast this week to chat with Eric and the crew about the relationship between pornography and religion, porn addiction, misconceptions about the adult film industry as well as her forthcoming documentary SOME PORN STARS GO TO HEAVEN.
Eric is joined this week by fellow PodcastOne host Corinne Olympios for a fun and enlightening conversation about confidence, relationships, being too nice and being true to yourself.
On his debut episode, Eric welcomes fellow Bachelorette contestant DeMario Jackson to the show to discuss relationships in the face of adversity. Join us for a conversation about the power of words, becoming a universal human, having compassion for yourself and choosing happiness.