Well, we hope Lauren has better luck this time around!
'Bachelorette' Couple Jo Jo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers Will Not Have a TV Wedding!
The bachelor basically "test drives" 25 different women during the course of the show, and each one of the them tries their best to get this guy to marry them.
The women pull out all the stops in order to try to get this accomplished, regardless of how they really feel about him.
I think his idea was that he would step out to a roar of laughter and thunderous applause (from all fifteen of us in the room).
Instead, the poor naked guy got a whole bunch of silence with a few scattered polite chuckles.
“But because I wanted to move forward from it, I don’t think I ever really opened up about how hard that was just in terms of, like, I wanted to make that decision to get engaged one time in my life and I felt like I wasn’t told everything that had happened.” MORE: Former 'Bachelor' Ben Higgins Still Calls Jo Jo Fletcher — and Jordan Rodgers is Clueless!
I am sorry, but I just can't get over the fact that this show has been running since 2003.
What I also can't get over is how much we have declined as a nation and as a culture to the point where ridiculous "shows" like this continue to be successful. The bachelor and all of the "contestants" are all morally repugnant and reprehensible in their actions.
He went on to become a "Romance and Proposal Expert" for Princess Cruises as well as a spokesperson for Match.com, and she became a registered nurse and a married mom.
Aaron Buerge and Helene Eksterowicz split up five weeks after he proposed on season 2.
The women all come across as so shallow and dense, and you would have to think that any woman who comes on this show as a contestant is probably someone with issues and who would therefore not be a good catch.