Chris Harrison Says ‘Bachelor’ Season 1 Star Alex Michel Is Missing! (VIDEO)
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Chris Harrison Says ‘Bachelor’ Season 1 Star Alex Michel Is Missing! (VIDEO)

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Someone put out an APB — the first Bachelor, Alex Michel, is missing!

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At least, according to Chris Harrison. And you know he’s never dramatic or anything.

On January 25, the host with the most revealed during Bachelor Live the franchise is rounding up the troops for its 20th season celebration, “The Bachelor At 20: A Celebration of Love.”

While we’re pumped for the Valentine’s Day two-hour special, which will check back in with past favorite Bachelors like Sean Lowe, Jason Mesnick, and more, apparently one key ingredient will be missing: Season 1’s Alex!

“The biggest gathering of former Bachelors in the show’s history is coming up, but we can’t find the very first one, Alex Michel,” Chris declared, alarming Bachelor Nation. “He’s gone MIA. He was last seen in New York City.”

He continued, “If anyone has any information please give us a call or tweet us. Alex, if you’re watching, come home, brother! Come home.”

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Last we checked a few years back, the man who dumped Trista Rehn Sutter was doing speaking engagements about romance for cruises and other special events.

Our guess (and hope) is Alex is just laying low and trying to distance himself from the reality franchise. Whatever the case, fans don’t seem to be too concerned — if they care at all.

But if they’re not able to track him down, there’s still plenty to look forward to on the February 14 special. First, we have Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert’s wedding, featuring Nick Viall, Jared Haibon, Ashley Iaconetti, JJ Lane, Michelle Money and more.

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We’ll also catch up with fave couples and countdown moments, like the “Most Dramatic,” “Biggest Scandals,” “Steamiest Hot Tubs,” “People We Love to Hate” and “Best Man-Cries.”

And our personal favorites? Bloopers galore!

The Bachelor At 20: A Celebration of Love airs Sunday, February 14 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.