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They "took a chance" on a relationship in May 2005 and broke up in September 2007. Jason infamously ended his engagement with Melissa on the "After the Final Rose" special, asking Molly out for coffee just a few minutes later. But the Mesnicks got married in February 2010 and they are still going strong seven years later.
alum convinced that Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi's engagement won't last!
After the Season 17 suitor tweeted, "What's the winner going to do with her time this summer while nick is filming BIP?
I tried to bring that out in him, but we were just two different people. I kept trying and we’d take a couple steps forward and then go straight back.Fallon, a culture writer at The Huffington Post, and Gray, the publication's executive women's editor, host a "Bachelor" recap podcast called Here To Make Friends and are go-to commentators for all things "Bachelor".(They appeared on AOL's BUILD Series ahead of the finale to talk about the show.)"The Bachelor is the best sport on TV," Gray tells CNN."Watching 'The Bachelor' means watching a more exaggerated version of the sexist landscape we navigate, but the exaggeration (and the remove of watching it on TV) makes it easier to observe, discuss, and critique." "Anyone who tries to argue that 'The Bachelor' is a feminist franchise is kidding themselves," she said."But I'd also argue that it's retro-ness is what makes it both captivating TV and a fascinating teaching tool." "I think you could make a similar claim about people who love the Mets, based on their engagement on Twitter -- it's not always fun, sometimes you're screaming at the TV, but if you really hated it, you wouldn't still be watching," Fallon said.
are dating game shows, but to the surprise of many, they often result in real love — albeit sometimes indirectly.