Despite my obsession with the ridiculous I will approach all subjects with the utmost professionalism and care.I also have a Master's in Architecture, so anything architecture, sustainable architecture, historic preservation, futuristic architecture, urban design, etc.– Jay Bruce has always known how to edit, and nowhere to better effect than here. In 1985, when he was playing the Oakland Coliseum—the baseball stadium—I asked him to do that song.I thought it didn’t come off—the place was too big, the song was too small. I couldn’t have been more wrong—and though he didn’t, it seems, swaying along with the balance in this performance, he edited it even more.Bunn admits he decided to “really be open” and “experience the time on the show to the fullest.” Part of that — making the most out of being there with former love and now friend Michelle Money.Regarding Money, Bunn seem to hold her in an extremely high regard, he tells Zap2it, “I would give anything to make sure she finds everything that she wants and is happy.” Take note future exes, the dashing contestant says the key to their great relationship is good communication.
People magazine reports that Graham has stepped out publicly with Chrishell Stause who is on All My Children.
I also thought it sounded much too much like Bob Dylan, at a time when rumors of his heroin use were all over the place—that’s what I’d heard the year before in “Rainy Day Women,” too. “Let’s hope it stays there.” As if heroin wasn’t already taking over the Haight-Ashbury.
Not long after that the band arrived in San Francisco with their whole Exploding Plastic Inevitable extravaganza and were laughed at by newspaper critics and otherwise ignored.
So did Bunn find his future bride-to-be on the new series? When asked whether he would ever consider taking a spin at being the “Bachelor,” Graham said he would be “open to it, but he would have to be single” to be eligible.
When probed further, Bunn played coy of course, but judging by the sparkle in his eye, bets are that someone made a special impression on him in “Paradise” for sure.