As its name implies, the show revolves around a single manーa bachelor, who is surrounded by a number of possible romantic interests from which he is eventually expected to choose a wife from.
They may have nabbed the final rose — some even got a ring — but few winners of “The Bachelor” won their happily ever after.
The long-running reality love show is currently in its 20th season — which, for the first time, includes twin sisters vying for the attention of software salesman Ben Higgins.
From a model to a pro wrestler to a "tickle monster," this bachelorette has an array of personalities to choose from when handing out roses.
We'll be rooting for her, but it's no secret that not all of the relationships formed on the show have lasted.
After stopping into Max Weiner (805 Sansom Street) along Jewelers' Row, Goodman designed an elongated rectangular, princess-cut ring with some help from sales associate William Mc Monnies.
“Andrew and I met several times over the last couple weeks,” said Mc Monnies over the phone Wednesday afternoon, admitting that Goodman’s detailed input made the shop’s work easier.The winner of the 10-day auction turned out to be a stay-at-home wife from the suburbs of Houston who paid ,300 for the ring, and the opportunity to meet Eksterowicz in New York.Her ex, Buerge, is now a happily married husband and father who dealt with some financial strains in 2011. You have encouraged us in our mission — to provide quality news and watchdog journalism.Fifteen years later, Michel is working for a consulting company in Washington D. "The Bachelor" Season 2: Aaron Buerge and Helene Eksterowicz (2002) Buerge’s engagement to Eksterowicz only lasted a few weeks after the finale aired.Six years after his split from Eksterowicz, Buerge married Angye Mc Intosh."The Bachelor" Season 1: Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh (2002) Unfortunately there was no fairy-tale ending for the very first “Bachelor” couple.