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Still Together-The Bachelor Success Stories

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Do you watch The Bachelor? If so, you may find yourself wondering what actually happens too many of these couples that wind up linking up and supposedly falling in love within the fast forward mode of television reality shows. You might actually be surprised to find that there are some that do indeed discover true, lasting love that they would not have otherwise been able to experience without being a participant in the show.

Throughout the seasons that have aired thus far, the show almost always ends in a marriage proposal and the claim of being in love. However, the couples seem to call it splitsville shortly thereafter. On many occasions, the break-ups have been quietly announced shortly after the season finale airs. There are happy endings, too, though.

So far, two couples have made it down the aisle and are living out their happily ever after dream, although these successes are from The Bachelor’s sister show, The Bachelorette. Three other couples out of the 24 that were matched up on the show in total still remain together, as well. It may be a fairly low success rate when you look at it all statistically, but that doesn’t stop the matchmaking show from being a hit. The show viewer rates boast over 7 million weekly.

Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter, from season 1 of the Bachelorette are married with two children and celebrated their 10 year anniversary this year as well as renewed their vows. Their wedding was aired on ABC and over 26 million people tuned in to see the couple recite their vows and say their I do’s. They became the original poster couple for the show in finding “the one” but the recent marriage of Ashley Hebert to J.P. Rosenbaum shows that there are indeed successful loving relationships in the works once the cameras stop.

There are also many instances where couples have dated, lived together and even been engaged for awhile. Even if it didn’t work out in the long run for the couples, many have found happiness through dating contestants on the show outside of the taping.

Who’s Coming Up?

The upcoming season of The Bachelor features Juan Pablo as the newest bachelor in search for love. He was a fan favorite on the last season of the Bachelorette, when he was sent packing brokenhearted from Spain by Desiree Hartsock.

Fans are anxiously anticipating watching this much adored heartthrob experience the non-traditional quest to find true love on the show. The single father from Miami, Florida is looking for a loving wife as well as mother to his daughter, Camilla.  The season is set to air in early January of 2014 and is expected to be highly rated.

Originally from Venezuela, raised in Ithica, NY and with a professional soccer career that he put to the side in order to devote time to his daughter; it’s easy to see why the women are swooning. Add to that his charm, boyish good looks, sexy salsa moves and noble approach toward life and love, you can bet that women will be vying for his affections and that of his daughter all season long. Who he will pick? If anyone remains a mystery, but many are on the edge of their seats to see how everything pans out.

If you’ve yet to experience watching The Bachelor, simply because you don’t have the time with your busy schedule, you should know that there are great new ways to indulge in airing your favorite television shows on your own time. Use mobile devices like a tablet and even your phone; you can tap into the hottest shows, now even when you’re on the run. Don’t let this season of The Bachelor pass you by, as many will talk about it.

5 comments

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    University of Tasmania in Australia offers Bachelor of environmental design (architecture) and some other universities offer Bachelor of design (architecture). What is the difference between the two degrees. Both the degrees leads to a masters in architecture and with that can be registered with the association of architects. I want a degree in architecture but I am afraid a Bachelor of environmental design (architecture) from University of Tasmania will be less recognised than a Bachelor of design because I know environmental design is different from architecture.
    Thanks.

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    I want to get a masters degree in physical therapy. I am about to enter college and am trying to decide what kind of bachelors degree I should get to lead me into being a PT. I want to get a bachelors degree in a related field, but I also want to have a good fall back in case a PT program doesn’t work out. So, I am looking for a bachelors that can get me a decent salary and lead into Physical Therapy.

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    I’m going to graduate my bachelor degree?

    or

    I’m going to get/ take my bachelor degree?

    Which is true?

    For those who have a much better phrase saying this, please write for me personally.

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    Could it be me or perform the Bachelor’s not have any personality?

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    Would be the father-daughter dances at wedding ceremonies only for the bride to be and her father, or could they be for those kids as well as their fathers? When the brides father isn’t present, then would there be no father-daughter dance in the wedding?

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