Back in 2007, "Bachelor" viewers were shocked when lame-oid Brad Womack decided not to choose either of the final 2 contestants (Jenni Croft or DeAnna Pappas) in the show's last episode. Uh, didn't he get that memo about the point of the show?
Of the 14 "Bachelors" and five "Bachelorettes" who've handed out roses to prospective life partners on ABC's hit reality show, only four couples are still together and only two have actually gotten married.
Over the weekend, Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney tied the knot -- we'll see it unfold on television on March 8 -- becoming the first "Bachelor" couple to actually make it down the aisle, news that we can only applaud since Melissa Rycroft recently got hitched as well.
As ABC announced last week, "Bachelor" producers are busy preparing for the Jason Mesnick-Molly Malaney nuptials on March 8 -- the first-ever wedding to come out of the seven-year-old series (Ryan and Trista Sutter met on The Bachelorette).
Canadian beauty Jillian Harris finally found what she was looking for a lover and a best friend when she giddily accepted a proposal from Chicago computer software consultant Ed Swiderski on the season finale of "The Bachelorette" Monday night.