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The Bachelorette: Where Are They Now?

The Bachelorette

Did these single ladies find love on national TV? We break it down for you in our special Where Are They Now edition!


Season 1

Then: Trista Rehn, physical therapist and probably the most famous bachelorette of them all, didn’t spend much time mending her broken heart after being rejected by premier bachelor Alex Michel. She signed up to do the first season of The Bachelorette and found the love of her life, firefighter Ryan Sutter (the final episode was one of the most-watched programs in the history of reality TV).
Now: After an equally huge reality TV wedding, Trista and Ryan are still together and have two kids – a boy and a girl.


Trista Rehn & Ryan Sutter


Season 2

Then: Meredith Phillips, a makeup artist, got engaged to Ian McKee through the show.
Now: Well, what can we say? It didn’t work out.


Meredith Phillips & Ian McKee


Season 3

Then: Before heartbreaker Brad Womack showed up there was bubbly publicist Jen Schefft – the first girl or guy to reject both runners-up at the final rose ceremony.
Now: She’s got a book out, and the title speaks for itself: “Better Single Than Sorry.”


Better Single Than Sorry By Jen Schefft


Season 4

Then: Sultry real estate agent DeAnna Pappas picked Jesse Csincsak, pro snowboarder, over now-controversial Jason Mesnick, telling him she couldn’t imagine her life without him.
Now: Guess she didn’t mean it after all – the two broke their engagement in November 2008, six months before their wedding date.


DeAnna Pappas & Jesse Csincsak


Season 5

RIGHT NOW! Will current bachelorette, Vancouver-based interior designer Jillian Harris find true love on TV or will she run crying back to daddy? We hope she finds love! Stay tuned to Kidzworld to find out what happens!


Jillian Harris & Her Dad


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    Kateekins109

    Kateekins109 wrote:

    reality shows are not my thing
    commented: Sun Jan 19, 2014

    warriorandman

    warriorandman wrote:

    Noooo nononononon nooooooooo!!!!!!!
    commented: Sun Jan 19, 2014

    Shadeleaf

    Shadeleaf wrote:

    Nah, I am not into reality tv
    commented: Wed Jan 08, 2014

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